How to Cope When You’ve Outgrown Your Business (Part 2)

Last week I shared about how I’m rediscovering the essence of RichThinkers, which for me is about awakening and inspiring you to grow your business from a place connected with your passion, purpose and presence.

Notice the lack of another ‘p’ word – profit. This is not because profit is not important, but profit without you:

  • fulfilling your purpose in being alive
  • feeling passionate about what you do
  • shining who you are in the world

is empty profit, no matter how much actual money you are making.

It’s very likely that money is not your prime motivator for doing what you do. If you think it is, then think again because underneath the requirement and perhaps need for money, will be something else that is driving you. Something that made you choose to live your life the way you do, and express yourself through your business. And this is the first stage in stepping out into the world in a bigger way. Continue reading

Why Letting Go of ‘Stuff’ is Good for Your Business

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You’re probably aware if you have too much stuff in your house or office.  At the worst end of the scale you might only be able to move around via a little path through the mound of furniture, papers, stuff to be filed, office equipment, piles of ‘useful’ magazines, printers waiting to be mended, things that haven’t been put in their place, or don’t even have a place to which they belong.  For most people it’s not quite as bad as the ‘little path’ scenario, but still, when you can’t see clear, clean surfaces around you, particularly in your office, then it’s a sign that there is room for improvement. Continue reading