In 2015, I went into business for myself and started freelancing as a virtual assistant for Silicon Valley executives.
I'm now an intuitive business coach helping spiritual entrepreneurs create more freedom in their lives.
So much has changed over the past few years, and it took asking myself the right questions to get to where I am now.
Here are five essential questions to ask yourself to gain clarity in your business. These journal prompts can help you whether you're just starting a business or you're an experienced entrepreneur looking to reignite your spark.
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This is not your superficial fluff. Who are you really?
Dig deep with this. If you're not sure, turn to your soul for answers. Your heart already knows.
On the surface, you may be a mother, daughter, wife, or business partner....
“Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.” Harry S. Truman
During my freshman year in college, the Arizona Star called and asked me if I wanted to subscribe to their newspaper.
“I’m a college student. I don’t read,” I answered before hanging up the phone.
What I meant to say is that I don’t read for fun. Over ten years later, that’s still true. I don’t read for fun. I read to learn.
That wasn’t always the case. When I was growing up, I read a lot, and mostly for pleasure. As soon as I could talk, I was constantly bugging my mom to read with me, and by kindergarten, I was reading chapter books. During the summer our local library ran a reading program for kids, complete with milestones and prizes. The go-getter that I was, I always won all of the prizes long before the program ended. Throughout elementary and middle school, I carried at least one or two books with me at all times. Reading was a...