Your business is one of the greatest spiritual journeys you’ll ever endure. why? Because everything that’s out of alignment will be coming up to the surface for you to acknowledge so that you can create the space to call in what it is you desire most. And while there is a rise of interest in the world of entrepreneurship, so too is it important to acknowledge that the world of business is shifting as we continue to anchor in the Golden Age.
Now, more than ever, this is the best time to be building a business. The Aquarian Age is the Golden Age where we get to work with the advancement of modern technology to not only impact and connect to the lives of those around the world, but we have the ability to work with modern technology to create systems and automations that allow us to enjoy life and make money at the same time.
The greatest spiritual journey you’ll ever endure is building your business, let alone, your soulful business. Real Talk, while there will be moments of failure, burnout, hitting walls of exhaustion, and spending many late nights learning and creating, you’ll also find yourself connecting with deeper parts of you, making friends with strangers, growing, expanding, and stepping into your power.
And to be able to be of service, you’ve gotta not only embrace what arises but to remember why you started, especially when the going gets rough out there. If there’s any nugget of wisdom to embrace when you’re building your business, give yourself permission to ask for help, and most of all, remember to cultivate a healthy work-life balance. Setting up your systems allows you to stay in your creatrix essence. Just as it’s important to find harmony within your inner masculine and feminine, the same goes for your business. You’re choosing to start your business to be part of the solution.
In this episode, I talk about…
◆ Understanding what it means to run a business in the Golden Age
◆ As you honor your evolution, so too are you able to honor your business’ evolution
◆ What it takes to run a business and cultivate work-life balance
◆ Accepting failure and the lessons learned from challenges and tests along the way
◆ The importance of collaboration over competition
◆ What it means to be of service
◆ Honoring your Journey and Trusting your Process
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