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Saskia Busch: March 2013 Innerpreneur Spotlight

Saskia Busch

Saskia Busch
Animal Communicator & Founder of Yap Yap Meow
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I am:

An animal communicator, communicating from the heart and dedicated to providing practical, easy to use solutions to resolve issues.

My passion is for:

Anything that emits energy.

My business helps you:

Gain a better understanding and relationship with your animal friends and resolve behavior or health issues.

My biggest challenge is:

Helping the human understand when the issue lies with them and not their animal.

I make a difference by:

Offering free initial consultations to first time animal adopters through shelters.

I have lots of ideas about:

Living in the country, developing useful tools and courses for my readers.

I’ve learned:

Without action there are no results.

“By ethical conduct toward all creatures, we enter into a spiritual relationship with the universe.”– A. Schweitzer

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

Hello! I’m Tara, a wizard of less obvious things. I love hearing from you, so please feel free to connect with me.

I deeply appreciate your support of my work—through allowing it to grow in your imagination, through sharing it with others, and through your financial support.

I Just Don’t Know

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Does it make me less professional or less able if I don’t have THE answers?

Is it so bad to “not know”?

I know experts want to be seen as right — but I just want to see everything.

I’m curious.

I want to think beyond the answers spoon fed to me by others.

I want to think beyond their attempts to assert their “knowing.”

I want to see that there is never the right answer, only the answer that works best for me.

By “not knowing” I get to live in questioning.

In questioning I get to dig deep and uncover how and why I limit myself with “must be done’s”.

In my “not knowing” I get to move past my assertions of “THE answer” and move towards finding my true solutions.

Hello! I’m Tara, a wizard of less obvious things. I love hearing from you, so please feel free to connect with me.

I deeply appreciate your support of my work—through allowing it to grow in your imagination, through sharing it with others, and through your financial support.

More Questions Than Answers

photo credit Macarena C.

I’ve been told those who “know” things are experts, and that they can help me make the right choices. I’ve been taught that when I have a problem, an expert will have my solution. And I’ve been led to believe that, by asserting my own “knowing,” I can create evidence of my own professionalism and abilities – and be an expert too.

To not know and to admit it, to be open and asking questions can feel wrong in the world of expertise. It can feel shameful to “not know”, and it can feel safer to appear certain of things — even when I am not. “Knowing” can feel like more of an accomplishment, and proof of my abilities, than being honest about my lack of knowing.

I know others build their careers around this false belief, that by living as an expert, they will truly know what’s best. But I can’t help but wonder, where’s the room for curiosity and wonder in that perspective? Where’s the room for living the questions?

I’m thinking the only thing I really need to “know”, as an expert or as an amateur, is that I can’t possibly have the answers until I lived the questions. It’s in the questions that the answers can be found.

photo credit: Macarena C.

Hello! I’m Tara, a wizard of less obvious things. I love hearing from you, so please feel free to connect with me.

I deeply appreciate your support of my work—through allowing it to grow in your imagination, through sharing it with others, and through your financial support.