6 posts from month 04/2010

It’s Not the Money, Honey: The Real Purpose of Business

Business Point [tweetmeme] I don’t care what the Donald says. The point of business is not to make money. The purpose of business is to expand who you are through what you do. And use profit to achieve a more noble end (and yes, self-development is a noble end). I believe this because the worth of any business resides largely in it’s human capital (the value of its people) and in it’s intellectual property (the value of the ideas generated by it’s people). People make a business great, and they do so by being provided a vehicle to express who they are, and to create. It’s this expression of our inner Self that is the real purpose of business, and our ticket to wealth.

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There’s No Money In It


It's not worth the chance.

Go ahead and believe that. Please, continue to agree to your belief that doing what you love will never bring you the wealth you desire. Please, go on upholding the premise that creating a career from your passion, and fulfilling your physical, mental and spiritual needs, isn't a recipe for financial gain.

Now, stop and think about this rationally.

Is it logical to believe that you can make more money doing something you tolerate, rather than do something you are gifted at? Wouldn't a person have far greater long-term earning potential if they used their talents, and expressed their beliefs about life in their work, rather than say, got some job with a steady paycheck?

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Ananda Leeke: April 2010 Innerpreneur Spotlight

Ananda Leeke

Ananda Leek Innerpreneur, Author, Artist, Coach, and Yoga Teacher Kiamsha.com, LLC Follow Ananda on Twitter

I am:

[tweetmeme] I am an innerpreneur, author, artist, coach, and yoga teacher. Here’s a six-word memoir to remember me by: Yoga + Creativity + Internet Geek = Ananda Leeke.

My passion is for:

spirituality, yoga, meditation, Reiki, health, self-care, green living, creativity, lifelong learning, books, magazines, bookstores, museums, music, films, glasses, naps, Rice milk, oatmeal, granola, raisins, apple sauce, split pea soup, ginger tea, coaching, dreaming, world cultures and travel, services, writing, six-word memoirs, teaching, and the Internet.

My business helps you with:

My business empowers individuals to be authentic through creativity coaching, Reiki, self-care, social media, volunteerism, and yoga.

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Borrowing Money

AccessMe [tweetmeme] I'm in debt. And I have been for most of my adult life.

I see debt as means to an end.

There was a brief point in my life when I managed to pay off my first round of debt - this one due to attending university and post-graduate school. But my next round of debt started soon after, when I decided to leave my job and travel for half a year with my now-husband-then-boyfriend. And, subsequently, start a business with the money.

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A Not-So-Simple Recipe for Creating Your Dream Business

Dream Recipe


Prepare Your 'Being'

1. Realize you have a choice.

In everything you do. You are a hero in your own journey.

Be the fucking hero you are. Choose to serve your higher nature.

2. Embrace change and uncertainty.

Or don’t.

Either way it’ll be happening around you and through you. Might as well learn to work with it.

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