There is also a balance to strike. In this journey of finding my voice, I started out writing as an expert, largely as if I were a 3rd person narrator. Then my pendulum swung to “oh no, I can’t tell other people’s stories, that would be unethical”, which left me telling only my own story, […]
Author Archive | Aric Rohner
For weeks now, I’ve been getting up early and writing before I do anything else. No particular topic, just writing, keeping the pen moving. This morning, I went back and reviewed all that writing for inspiration for this blog post. I came up with a pretty long list (Yay!) but find that when I start […]
One of my favorite analogies is of a kite. Do you know what makes a kite fly so high? It takes both the wind and the person on the ground holding the string. If either goes missing, the kite will simply crash. So, what we need are ways of allowing ourselves to both to be […]
In order to sell their services, they had to talk to people first. They were providing a 30 minute free consultation where they would find out what problems the potential customer was having and end up solving some of them during that meeting — essentially giving away free service.
I’m writing daily simply to keep my thoughts flowing into words. Some of what I write down is useful, the beginnings of things I might put into a blog. Some of it is pure stream of consciousness. I have no idea what will come of writing this way in the long run. But I have […]
This is the beginning of a multi-part series on approaching business from the Infinite side of our nature. And the first really important question is motivation. Why is this something important to talk about? Well, actually, the first question might be “what on earth are you talking about?”. So let’s go there first. It’s a […]
Can you get out of your head long enough to discover what you love? How to develop an emotional vision…
Self protection due to an emotional injury is an all-too-common way in which we build walls around ourselves instead of simply pulling the thorn instead.
These are the three questions to ask if you’re interested in doing what you love (or loving what you do) in your business
So now, you’ve decided that yes, I want to focus my business on what I love. And now the compromises start. After all, you’re not in business just for what you love. You also need to eat and pay the bills.