Innerpreneur Spotlight: Stephen Grant-Jones

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Stephen Grant-Jones
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Web Developer & Internet Marketer
Holistic Living

I am:

A regular guy who had an awakening.

Once I had that awakening, everything changed.

Now I see that my life has two very distinct parts or “Phases” as Bob Scheinfeld calls it; before my awakening and after my awakening.

I’m a husband, father, web developer, Internet marketer, student, teacher, initiate; amongst other things.

My passion is for:

Creating a better world from the inside out.

This starts with every thought, feeling, word and deed and taking full responsibility for everything in my life. If I ever get out of line I’m very quickly reminded of the truth of who I am.

I love being a family man and my wife and children teach me a lot about myself and how I can become greater love.

I have a deep affinity with the esoteric teachings and have a strong resonance to Shamballa.

I get very inspired when I read or hear something of a high vibration, when a deeper truth reveals itself, I tend to want to share it with everyone who’ll listen.

Did you know that you have the power to change the world without leaving home?

I get very excited when I talk about the Internet and the different possibilities that are opening up, I just love sharing my knowledge of how things are all connecting together and how people can express themselves to a wider audience very quickly if they want to.

I see the Internet as a physical outward expression of what we can do with our minds if we all knew how to, connecting to each other as one global brain and that we are learning to be open, accountable, accepting, truthful, loving and caring before we make that shift.

I’m also passionate about music and film and I’d love to one day make a documentary or film and write and play music.

My business helps you with:

Holistic Living works on different levels and there is probably something in there for everyone.

It may be a piece of information, an inspiring video, a part of someone’s life story on a blog post, or, it could be your own life story that helps to shift someone into a new way of being.

There is both a free and a paid membership on the site, the latter being where I have begun teaching and sharing information with my clients on how to get the most out of the site, how to use social networking sites and how to build a better web presence of their own.

Holistic Living is my first serious attempt at creating a website other than a clients and I’m learning a lot from the experience.

The other side of my business is with my business partner @GeoffWigz who is a graphic artist and web developer and we build websites and online businesses for small to medium enterprises under the banner of WebMechanics and Business Catalysts.

Most of our clients are within the natural, organic, sustainable, spiritual, conscious realm.

I make things different each day by:

Learning.

I’m constantly reading and learning about the things that I’m most passionate about so life is never stagnant.

I’ve found that since becoming a husband and father my life has settled down in some ways, yet accelerated in others.

Also, finding those quiet, still times where the pure inspiration comes from is very important.

I have lots of ideas about:

All sorts of things really.

I can talk about and share ideas on many levels. In “phase 1” of my life I knew a lot about different sports, I traveled and visited a lot of different places, I had a great time partying and pushing myself to the limits of my existence, so I can easily “slot into” a conversation on these levels. With a “phase 2” perspective I bring a different slant to the conversation.

These days I’m more inclined to want to connect with people on a deeper level and share ideas on raising consciousness and awareness.

How far down the rabbit hole do you want to go?

My advice is:

Be the best you that you can possibly be.

Know thyself. Love thyself. Purify thyself. Do a 10 day Vipassana retreat, educate yourself on the mysteries of life, give yourself a break if you made a mistake, eat wholefoods 95% of the time, be in the asking of “what would God say” in each situation.

Be in gratitude.

“Nothing is your fault, everything is your responsibility” – Louix Dor Dempriey

If you would you like to be considered for an upcoming “Innerpreneur Spotlight”, please email Tara Joyce.

Innerpreneur Spotlight: Stephen Grant-Jones

By Tara Joyce Time to Read: 3 min