Actualizing Purpose into Business

My experience in business creation is mostly around actualizing my purpose into the work I bring to the world. Starting the journey from purpose means standing for something more.

Actualizing purpose into business

When I start with purpose, I intrinsically grow a purpose-driven business that provides value and builds trust. It’s a higher truth that gives meaning and value to my brand. It’s magnetic effect attracts and unifies people around what I stand for. Intentionally cultivating a cohesive culture fosters growth individually and in relationships with clients, partners, and peers.

Permission to be great

Reflecting back on my journey, I spent a lot of time in “spectator” mode. I consumed content, saved the links in some random doc on my laptop or phone, and because it feels right to be learning it quickly becomes a never ending cycle. It’s easier to learn and pretend I was getting closer to purpose-driven financial freedom, when I was really just fiddling with myself.

It’s scary to put myself out there. There’s a risk associated with sticking my neck out, going against the grain, and carving out my own path.

“What if I don’t do it right? What if it’s not perfect? What will my family say? What if I fail? What if it hurts? What if I am not as smart as I think?”

If I asked myself anymore questions I never would get anything accomplished. Instead, I thought,

“When is it my turn?”

I quickly answered,

“Now. It’s my turn right now.”

I decided to take a leap into the world. I gave myself permission to present my authentic self to the market. Let’s face it, any thriving business once started as an idea in a human being’s mind.

“Here I am. This is what I know. This is what I see. This is how I want to serve you.”

CI Workshop ROI of Compassion w Magalie René

The ROI of Compassion

Free Workshop [Video + Notes]

What if we took better care of the people who take care of our customers? If people felt nurtured, safe, and inspired how would it impact the way they show up with customers? How would that impact the bottom-line?

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