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“I can see clearly now, the rain is gone, I can see all obstacles in my way, Gone are the dark clouds that had me blind, It’s gonna be a bright (bright), bright (bright) Sunshiny day.” I know the lyrics … Continue reading
Question: “I’m just starting my practice/business, and I’m confused and overwhelmed about where to put my focus. Specifically, I was wondering what revenue stream or streams I should focus on first to create financial stability and how to do this?” … Continue reading
Question: “The challenge I’m currently dealing with is maintaining momentum and focus toward my business goals. I get distracted easily. On top of that, if I don’t see immediate results, I tend to get deflated and, then, lose my focus … Continue reading
Question: ”I have a big vision for my business, but no business plan, and I’m finding it difficult to know how to bring my vision into manifestation. There are so many things drawing my attention… I don’t know what to … Continue reading
In our goal-driven culture, most of us have been oriented to seeing life as a series of definitive outcomes for which we’re continuously striving. The primary challenge is that we can get trapped in the sometimes subtle, egoic compulsion of attaching … Continue reading
Question: “I completed my training as a spiritual psychotherapist part-time, while working full-time in another field. I really, really want to quit my job and launch my practice, but I’m terrified of leaving the financial security of a steady job … Continue reading
Question: “Every January, I set new financial targets for my business, but after a few months, I end up losing momentum and feeling frustrated and discouraged about my progress. My goals then fall by the wayside, and I get pulled … Continue reading
“I can see clearly now, the rain is gone, I can see all obstacles in my way, Gone are the dark clouds that had me blind, It’s gonna be a bright (bright), bright (bright) Sunshiny day.” Call me Pollyanna, but … Continue reading