How to grow your business
without getting overwhelmed
Self-employment can be an ideal lifestyle for a creative, sensitive person, giving you flexibility, autonomy, and creative control.
But if want your solo business to be a source of stability, meaning, and satisfaction for you, it must be sustainable. The articles below cover a range of topics related to creating a sustainably sensitive work life.
The power of "elegance" in HSP life and business —and: exciting site feature coming
Math was never a strength of mine: I consider it a victory if I manage to balance my checkbook each month. Nonetheless, a key guiding principle for my life—as a sensitive person and as a solo entrepreneur —comes directly from...
My Underwater Volcano Theory of Growth
When I was a kid, I loved to read National Geographic. I still remember an article that appeared in the 1960s about the new science of plate tectonics. I felt a delightful shiver of terror at the idea that we...
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What do you need to grow your business sustainably?
Running your solo business puts you in charge of countless decisions. When this responsibility feels overwhelming, mentoring can make all the difference.
The Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern (pictured), home of several thousand print works created by my favorite artist, is a perfect visual metaphor for your sustainably sensitive business. It is built seamlessly into its environment, sustained by parallel synergistic structures that provide both strength and soaring spaciousness.
You, too, need a clear vision, with elegantly efficient structures and supports in place so that your business harmonizes with your sensitive life, leaving you ample spaciousness and breathing room. I help you identify your business needs, from the nuts and bolts of time-saving record-keeping systems to the architectural vision of your long-term goals, then connect to your spiritual intuition to discover the right next steps forward.
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