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Birthing the Business Owner

a Spiritual Approach to Business Administration

In my series I take you through the elements of nature and how they connect to areas in business administration. Because I feel deeply called to share my work with healers and other business owners who are also on a spiritual journey, I am offering one more class series at a pay what you can fee schedule, starting in late February 2015.

If you want to understand how you can manage your business as a spiritual practice and embrace the birth of your business as a sacred rite of passage, this class is for you.

Want to be “better at the business” part of your business? Join me for this unique chance to learn the basics of managing a small home based business!

Perhaps you are wondering if you have a business or a hobby, and want to know more about what a new business endeavor might mean. Birthing the Business Owner is ideal for those considering the leap into self employment or have been struggling with really moving to the next phase.

This heart centered business course looks at how to navigate the logistics of administering a business as well as how to move through financial energy blocks!

Topics will include:

  • Understanding your business

  • What should you know about running a business

  • How you can stay spiritual, ethical and financially sustainable

  • Budget Basics

  • Tools for success in a mobile world

  • Marketing without selling your spirit

  • And more!

Classes take place every other Thursday evening at 8PM EST and will run between 60-90 minutes on the following days:

  • March 11, 2015
  • March 18, 2015
  • March 25, 2015
  • April 1, 2015
  • April 8, 2015

Register Here

Birthing the Business Owner Webinar Series

Birthing the Business Owner:

a Spiritual Approach to Business Administration


I had a fantastic time offering my first class series and I am ready to offer it again! What I discovered is if you want to understand how you can manage your business as a spiritual practice and embrace the birth of your business as a sacred rite of passage, this class is for you.

Want to be “better at the business” part of your business? Join me for this unique chance to learn the basics of managing a small home based business, while also embracing life as a spiritual journey.

The next time I offer the course the tuition $250, but the January series is a “pay what you can heart offering.” This means I am asking you to pay what you can freely, but will feel like an investment in your work.

My hope by doing this is you will love the course and want to share my work with people!

Click here for more information or to register today!

What’s your worth

I work a lot with clients who don’t understand how much they are really worth. There are many reasons for this but primarily I think it has to do with 3 main reasons:

  1. We hold stories about being “not good enough” which are basically erroneous.
  2. No one showed us how to figure it out.
  3. We forget what we would be willing to pay for something we wanted or needed.

The first recommendation I make to my clients often includes “shopping” for something they want and assessing if getting a good deal or getting a solid reliable service or product is more important to them. The reality is a good product/service is worth every cent.

Next I ask them to think of what they would be willing to actually pay for it. Really. Not your offer, rather someone else’s service or product. Why would you pay this? What do they offer you don’t? What is the same?

These are good steps in helping you to determine your “worth” – at least in the market!

The final quick recommendation I suggest, is finding a venue for working through the emotional barriers to success. This is a foundational need to any successful business, so prioritize it. It could be talk therapy, energy work, self-care, support groups, business coach, … Find something that calls you to be your highest self and go from there!

Time to Dream

I have been going none stop since I had the vision to create the Wild Dreamer business model, completely charged with the excitement I have for possibility. In reality I have always been one to work hard and play hard, but have found a kinder way to move through life in the past year.

So, when I found myself grinding my teeth and rubbing my eyes in order to get one more jobs done, I decided to just stop. I have come to understand the difference now between riding the charge from inspiration and muddling through the process just to finish the task. Both have a place, but the truth is I am not in a sprint here. This is my life’s work, which means I can take time to cultivate it just so if I need to.

However, my old habits of “suffering to succeed” sometimes trickle back into my work flow, causing me to forget this new pace and model of operating. You see, in order to be a dreamer you need time to dream. It is that simple.

So, instead of chasing the last word or budget analysis, I move now into the dreamscape where I shall dance with the mystery of my life’s work.

Do you make time to dream? To remember the joy and ease of your passion?


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