John Miles: May 2010 Innerpreneur Spotlight
Internet Synergist, Visionary, Family Man
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What my mind is focused on. I become it.
My passion is for:
My family, first and foremost. I love playing lacrosse with my son, witnessing my daughter’s growth and expansion, and dining or just generally being with my wife.
Beyond family, my passions expand toward the general development of consciousness in those around me, and learning so that I can share my knowledge with the community. As a function of those efforts, my passions lead to growing my business positively and leading by example, purifying the mind, helping others succeed in their endeavors, mountain biking, education, and prison reform.
My business helps you:
To effectively and authentically communicate who you are and how you help in the crowded online marketplace. When we get a chance to dig deeply into our clients’ objectives, ideas, and opportunities, then translate those effectively online, it is not uncommon for magic to happen in terms of the results it brings.
My biggest challenge is:
Deciding what opportunities to pursue to open up a state of genuine and sustained abundance. I am currently working on this one ardently.
I make things different each day by:
Being open to infinite possibilities and helping in anyway that I can.
I have lots of ideas about:
Conscious capitalism, prison and education reform, and certainly innerpreneurship.
My advice is:
Not to take anyone’s free advice. (Just kidding.)
To be true to your “true North”. Whatever that is. Ignore the voices that say “you can’t” for this reason or that. You will encounter a lot of those, so stay vigilant and patient.
Always remember your business is a valuable tool for your personal development. We forget this, but it is almost as valuable as family in terms of teaching us about ourselves. Keep on working and keep growing.
I am a connoisseur of fine quotes so my favorite changes weekly. This week it is:
“People who learn to control inner experience will be able to determine the quality of their lives, which is as close as any of us can come to being happy.” – Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience, 1990If you would you like to be considered for an upcoming “Innerpreneur Spotlight”, please email Tara Joyce.