News on this my 100th blog post …

Posted by on Jan 22, 2015 in Entreprenurial Ponderings | 16 Comments

Several years ago, a mystical, magical woman sent out a newsletter message written in the style of a 9th century Irish poet (anon). The idea of writing in the style of someone adept at a certain form intrigued me.

How to be IN the New Year

Posted by on Jan 7, 2015 in Entreprenurial Ponderings | 2 Comments

One morning in my car, sitting at a stop light, I was staring at the big red dot and feeling the anxious state of my body. That was when something a friend said recently popped into my mind: “Be where your feet are.”

The Harmony of Alignment

Posted by on Nov 25, 2014 in Tips for Nurtured Entrepreneurs | 2 Comments

Home Earth is our home on this journey. She is literally the ground beneath our feet. While there are sacred sites around the world, the Earth Herself can be thought of as a Sacred Site; the whole beautiful “blue ball” of creation.

Turning a Grievance into a Forgiveness

Posted by on Nov 12, 2014 in Entreprenurial Ponderings | One Comment

I knew about forgiveness. I’d asked for it and given it. I thought.

Taking Harvest Inventory

  I know the calendar year isn’t over q u i t e yet, but we are in the closing quarter. With winter holidays approaching (insanely busy unless you’ve given yours a make-over), it’s time NOW to count your blessings and see where you’ve been. Then you’ll be ready to launch new desires and goals […]

Invoking (Divine) Order

Posted by on Oct 15, 2014 in Entreprenurial Ponderings | 5 Comments

Dear Nurtured Entrepreneur, The book lover’s lament – so many books to read, so little time – certainly rings true for me. I read a statement once by a famous author saying he never read a book twice. Too many more to read. But a book that raises your mental realm to a higher level […]

Save Time by Doing Less

This week, I’ve been invited to share my thoughts on the notion of saving time by doing less. This theme is being examined by various entrepreneur’s in blog posts at WeWork.  As an entrepreneur, WeWork’s innovative concept provides you with “the space, community, and services you need to create your life’s work.” Addressing this theme, blog […]

What Makes for a Good Business Life?

Dear Nurtured Entrepreneur, What works for you in running your spiritually-focused business may not be what you hear and read even from entrepreneurs very similar to you. “What makes a good life is so personal,” says Martha Beck, and I think that’s an understatement in life and business.

Getting Away, Paring Down, and Trust

Dear Nurtured Entrepreneur, Today I’m doing something I’ve never done before: asking you to venture to another author’s blog post.  Kristin Noelle is a woman after my own heart, a kindred spirit with all of us spiritual entrepreneurs and Beckian wayfinders.*  The minute I read her post I knew I had to share it with you.  […]

Hearing a Message for the First Time

Posted by on Aug 20, 2014 in Entreprenurial Ponderings | One Comment

There’s a guided meditation recording* I listen to when I can’t fall asleep. Whether restless with joyful anticipation or caught in a loop of angst, the voice and words of this good guide almost always lead me into peaceful slumber. Do you have one like this?

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