Creating and operating an Inspired Business is not second nature.
Don’t get me wrong, I wouldn’t do business any other way. It’s one of those things that once you experience it, you can’t go back. That said, if you’re used to planning everything out, you will bump up against your head from time to time once you go inspired.
That’s because your head is used to running the show.
It likes to be in control. It gets uncomfortable when it’s not. It wants to know exactly where you’re going. The steps you’re going to take to get there. And the path you’re going to take, so it can avoid surprises.
Like anything else, Working Inspired takes practice.
I’ve been practicing working inspired for 10 years and while I’ve gotten pretty good at ignoring my monkey mind, there are times it still gets the best of me. The good thing is, after so much practice, I’ve gotten pretty good at noticing it quickly. And, as soon as I realize my mind is the one creating fear, questions, and doubt, I’m able to step back and consider the situation from an inspired point of view.
Inspired Business vs. Traditional Business.
There are quite a few dichotomies between running a traditional business and an inspired business. I think I’ve bumped into all of them over the past 10 years. So I included all of them in my online course, How to Create, Market, and Grow an Inspired Business. That way you can be prepared. When you know what might be coming, you can head it off at the pass. Or at least recognize it more quickly so it doesn’t take you off course.
Head vs. Heart is a biggie.
That’s why I wanted to share this sneak peek from the course. Just know there are 12 more dichotomies covered in the course. I want you to be ready to step fully into your Inspired Business. Arming you with this knowledge is the best way I can do that.