Today, Kelly leverages her expertise to help other business owners create innovative branding and land high-end clients — while building a business that fuels their passions and brings home the bacon. Kelly shared with me five mindful strategies successful entrepreneurs can use to boost wealth, while building a business they love to manage. Here they are:
The experience was a wake-up call for Chris and his wife, with whom he ran the business. “My wife said, we need to figure out how to get out of the day-to-day operations of the business,” he said. “We collected all the things we felt I shouldn’t be doing as the boss as well as the things I hated doing. Those became the keys to virtual freedom.”
I had the good fortune to speak with Harv (you can drop the T., he said) recently as part of my upcoming, free Art of Mindful Wealth Summit. In our time together, we discussed the meaning of success (hint: it has a lot to do with mindful wealth), why so many don’t succeed, and how one can turn it all around. Buckle up and get ready for a fascinating ride.
Want to learn to stop worrying? Just follow these four simple, yet effective steps:
1. Change the Station.
David – who runs and hosts the wildly successful Join Up Dots podcast from his home recording studio – is on a mission to create a career he directs on his own terms. When we started talking about how he creates that path, he played me an audio clip of Oprah Winfrey. In it, she says, “The way through the challenge is to get very still and ask yourself, ‘What is the next right move?’ From that space, make the next right move, and the right next move. You’re not defined by what someone else says is failure for you.”
When presented with the challenge of explaining ethereal concepts like this one, I often reference the teachings of Buddha who explained the importance of always finding the middle path. He explained the middle path as a way to discover the balance between the extremes of life similar to what we find in the yin and the yang, the feminine and the masculine, and the dark and the light.
Many men have complained about getting fleeced by an ex-wife and trying to begin a new life dead broke. But Dennis Miller voluntarily gave his wife virtually everything when their marriage dissolved when he was 45. Now 74, Miller enjoys driving his Chevy SSR roadster and having the freedom to do what he wants. Learn how he turned things around so he could retire successfully.