We’re celebrating Thanksgiving here in the US, which combines all my fave things — great food, gratitude and football! What could be better?
In all seriousness, what I truly love about Thanksgiving is the emphasis on giving thanks and being grateful. Being grateful is one of the fastest paths to attracting love and abundance into your life. Because if you can center yourself in feelings of gratitude, you’ll naturally feel more abundant, and what you feel is what you end up what you attract (not necessarily what you think).
And to help you celebrate more gratitude, I’ve written an article I republish every year at this time “3 Ways Gratitude Can Grow Your Business.” Here it is again — enjoy!
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On today’s episode of PW Unplugged Radio, my good friend Eva Kathryne Gregory, Law of Attraction and Spiritual Business Expert, and I chatted about the specific and unique challenges spiritual entrepreneurs face when running a business.
As a spiritual business owner, we need you. Not only does the world need you but the entrepreneurial industry needs you. The business world is moving toward more spiritual, conscious, and feminine way of doing business, and successful spiritual entrepreneur can help lead this movement.
Yet, so often, spiritual entrepreneurs struggle building a business. Why? Because so often the exact reasons that drove you to become an entrepreneur are also standing in your way to building a profitable business. Continue reading
This is just a weird week.
As excited as I am to be connecting with my biz friends at Rich and Milana’s JVX event and then at Bill Baren’s Conscious Biz Playground — anytime I’m traveling always throws my week off.
Today I’m trying to get as much of my to-do list done so I can relax and enjoy being at the events instead of racing to my room to get a few things done, plus tomorrow before I leave I have back-to-back calls.
(Oh, and yes I also need to find a few moments to pack as well.) Continue reading
You need to let go of the old to welcome in the new.
This is something we’ve heard over and over. And, more than that, it makes sense. After all, if there’s no space for the new, where would it fit?
But, yet, it’s still difficult to let go of the old. Even if we don’t like or want the old, it’s still familiar to us. Not only that, the skeptics among us may even be concerned that even if we don’t like what we have, what we get in its place could be a lot worse. Continue reading