You want to do what you love. I’ve talked a lot in this blog about how to find that thing you’d love to do. That’s the easy part. (and if you’re still struggling with that, make sure to grab my Career Clarity Cards, my gift to you)
However, there is a second part to the story. Yes, the story that goes: “Do what you love and money will follow” I’m sure you’ve heard of it.
The thing is… for most of us, it didn’t work like that.
Isn’t it time I share a bit about what it really takes to get paid for your passions?
Because it’s kind of a dirty little secret no one wants to talk about. Continue reading →
As a coach, I’ve become a bit obsessed with finding the perfect questions.
Questions are powerful tools since they help our minds to focus. And when we focus, inspiring ideas and powerful insights can come to us that have the potential to change our lives for the better.
That’s the beauty of coaching.
You want to enjoy fulfilling work, otherwise you wouldn’t be reading this article, right?
But when you are planning a career change, how do you know if a the new career you are considering moving into, will be fulfilling for you or not?
Either if you are planning a career change or if you urgently need to feel better in your current job, knowing these 5 career fulfillment laws will help you. Continue reading →
Most heart-centered professionals take their first steps into entrepreneurship with a very incomplete vision of what they really need to build a business. No doubt they put a lot of love, time and effort to lauch it, but then they spend months struggling because nobody seems to want what they have to offer. Ouch!
The reason why this happens is because they lack a real clarity about the 3 foundational elements upon which every sustainable biz is built upon.
Yes, most probably than not, these caring, heart-centered professionals took the time to do a bit of soul-search: Continue reading →
With respect to your life purpose, what do you think it’s worse?
…having no idea about what your life purpose might be?
…being crystal clear about what it is but being unable to make it a reality? or
…putting all of your heart, time and energy into a purposeful project, only to watch it fail?
If I have to be sincere, in my opinion the third is the worst of all.
And I know, by some of the questions I’ve received lately, that some of the readers of my blog are struggling witht that problem.
Maybe because I’ve seen it more times that I would like, maybe because in many of my previous businesses I’ve struggled with it myself, but the truth is that Continue reading →
There was a local fair in my home town, that I use to go as a child. I was 12 or 13 back then, and that weekly visit was like a ritual for my friends and me every single sunday.
On that fair you could buy any kind of product, except food. You could find music (remember those old cassette tapes?), clothes, leather bags and belts, shoes, ceramic pieces and figurines made by local artisans, plants and flowers…
You know how things go when you belong to a group of friends, don’t you? If they did something you probably ended Continue reading →
Are you resisting the idea of choosing a niche? There is a saying in coaching that goes like this: “What you resist, persists” Well, most coaches, healers and therapists are doing exactly that.
And guess what they are really doing by refusing to choose a niche? They are persisting in the difficulties of filling up their professional practices with the people that are in real need of their help.
And why do you think I care so deeply about this topic? Because it has been one of the hardest aspects to embrance for myself in my business.
There is a big misunderstanding of what your niche really is. And until you get rid of the confusion, you will remain invisible to the very same people you are meant to Continue reading →
One of the most heart breaking things I see in the process of turning your purpose into prosperity is when conscious professionals start a biz that will never have the capacity for bringing enough income as to be financially sustainable for them.
Probably because I’ve failed many times myself, and the unbreakable faith that everything will turn out right of the Innocent archetype is no longer in the fore front as a Purposeful Ally for me anymore, but the thing is that I want to know before hand if what I’m dreaming of creating has any true substance backing it up.