The point is that intention is everything.
What’s declared is more likely to become real. Begin clear, and dare to be grand.
Understanding my Right Livelihood. (Ana Ottman!)
Setting an intention.
Embracing the deep resonance of my thing. (Rebecca Prien!)
Creating a biz manifesto.
Clarifying the “Who and What” of how my biz is a portal to being in service of the world. (Mark Silver!)
Investing time and energy in working though stucknesses so I can more effectively serve My Thing! (Havi!)
There are a lot of really smart people talking about the inseparability of what you do and why you do it.
The shiny and new moments of a just-launched venture are as good a time as any to declare my intention for being here, n’est-ce pas? Here goes.
I help business-owning superwomen take time for self-care and biz-care.
In so doing, I am indirectly caring for people that matter to me:
I help their biz grow, help ensure their economic empowerment
and give a boost towards the fulfillment of their wildest dreams.
I am the fullest version of myself here,
in the context of partnership and community
and in patterns of cyclical, complementary giving and receiving.
This is a legacy I’d be proud to leave behind.
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