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

by | Apr 12, 2010 | Innerpreneurship

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.

3. Be the ‘Master of Your Domain’.

Stop reacting to opportunities ‘out there’. Instead, act from a place of inner knowledge of who You Are. What’s ‘out there’ is an effect, not a cause. You are the means to create new opportunities. You create the market, the market doesn’t create you.

Combine #1, #2, & #3 to discover your Innerpreneur.

Prepare Your ‘Doing’

1. Find an “engaging” activity.

Do something that challenges you, and is creative. It’ll create a “flow experience” in you. Seriously.

It’ll activate this part of your brain called the nucleus accumbens, which controls how you feel about life.

And it’ll stimulate your septal zone. That’s your “feel good” area – it’ll make you feel happy.

2. Find a “meaningful” activity.

Use what you are best at to serve others, or to participate in a cause bigger than yourself.

Combine #1 & #2 to design your happiness.

Combine ‘Being’ and ‘Doing’ to Create Your Dream Business

In knowing who You Are you will find the freedom to discover the mix of creating and contributing that is Your Innerpreneurial dream.

photo credit: Patrick Q

Tara Joyce

Written by Tara Joyce

In 2008, I started this blog as I began working for myself. It is a reflection of my innerpreneurial journey, growing myself to grow my business. ABOUT ME

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