A Way To Find Your Innate Joy

Today, somebody shared a link to this post by Shenee Howard on Facebook.

"It didn't matter how much I accomplished or how much I did, the year was never enough for me. I had to do more, more, more. The work I did was NEVER good enough..."

Sounds familiar?

You can visit Shenee's website and read the whole article. It's short, but Shenee really nailed it!

Stopping only for a minute and listening to her advice might help you find your innate joy and finish off this year and start the next on a much happier note.

Got a comment or question? Write it in the comments below, in my Facebook group or privately: (yes, lv, because I'm in Latvia) or schedule a chat with me.


Stop Dreaming!

Today, I stumbled upon this article by Grant Andrew and couldn't help but share it.

Because I could sign it with my name.

And maybe add, that by living your life one step at a time you can and will find your natural joyfulness again.

So, enjoy the article and share how you feel about it in our Facebook group or in a private conversation.

Let's Dance! Shall We?

Yesterday, a friend mentioned Goa Trance to me.

Checking it out I remembered how much I actually liked to dance and that I haven't done it for some time.

So, this was my choice for this morning. :)


The Fear Of Growth

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Last week, I stumbled upon this article by Ravi Mattu from

It touches one of the fears entrepreneurs experience, when starting out:

What if the business grows (and I kind of want that) too fast?

Ravi Mattu words it like this:

"Setting up a company is hard. You need to come up with a business plan, find investment, sort out legal and regulatory issues and then find enough customers or clients to pay the bills. And that is just the start.

But what happens when a company grows? It requires more structure and processes, making it harder to remain nimble and innovative. This is especially the case in the internet age, when companies can scale up so quickly that it is hard to manage the process."

Experts suggest keeping a business as small as possible as long as it goes. Ravi Mattu shares their insights as well as a couple of case studies, how successful large companies manage their growth to stay innovative and flexible. Continue reading here.

Now, you have some knowledge about how to handle the potential growth of your business. And I hope this makes your fear around it less intense.

If it is still substantial and holding you back from even creating your new business, please, don't hesitate to schedule a free call with me here to deal with it.


Quit Your Job in 6 Months

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And, if you sign up here, you can even pre-order Book 4 of the series.

I have just started to read the first one of them and just love the way it's written!

Let's see, how it goes.

Any reactions of questions? Just put them into the comments below or join our Facebook group.


The Easy Way To Get Things Done and To Find New Clients

Hey, Friends!

Do you need a service, but don't have much cash to pay for it?


Are you able to provide some service, but are just starting out and don't have a stable clientele yet? could be one of the options for you to meet and start working together. :)

Any questions? Just post them in the comments here or in our Facebook group and let's talk!

Would you like a private conversation or even some coaching over a period of time?

Schedule a FREE session with me here!


Core Elements: The "No Fail" Launch

Dear Friend!

If you

1. have an online business and are ready to take it to a new level;
2. are in a service business, but don't have any time leverage (you're working one-on-one);
3. are an artist or writer ready to put your product out in the wold;
4. have no product, no list and maybe even no idea;

then, The Product Launch Formula with Jeff Walker is something for you to check out NOW. (Disclosure: I am an affiliate. But you know: I'd never post a link to something on my blog, that I don't 100% believe into.)

Any questions or reactions? Don't hesitate to put them into the comments here or in our Facebook group.


17 Ways of Building a Six-Figure Business for Less Than $100

Are you broke or almost there? Or even in debt?
Do you have a business idea, but no money for the start-up?
Are you helping people, but don't know, how to monetize your gifts?

Then you are on the right place.

Today, I want to share with you this article buy Chris Guillibeau, who visited every country in the world and studied more than 1,500 micro-businesses.

In the intro Chris writes: "I wanted to hear from all kinds of businesses–both offline and online–to decipher what made them so successful. How did they get started? What helped them grow into significant, reliable sources of income? How can you increase odds of success?

After much effort, a small team and I narrowed down the case studies to a subset of 70 that I focused on for final analysis. All 70 people had created freedom for themselves: new income and a completely new way of life. There are formulas."

In this article on Tim Ferriss' blog, Chris shares a list of 17 most important lessons learned from that analysis.

I'm pretty sure, you can use a couple of them to start your own micro-business TODAY, that might change your whole life.

After you reed it feel free to share your ideas and questions in the comments here or in our Facebook group.

Still reluctant? Schedule a free session with me and let's talk!

6 Tips To Be Spiritually Successful

About a week ago, I discovered the Facilitator: the British energy healer and life enhancement coach Jerry Sargeant.

Today, I'd love to share with you this short video with him. And, if you strive for success, and long to be happy doing it, I would highly recommend you to listen closely to what this man has to say.

Let's recap.








And if you have any questions or need some help implementing these tips, schedule a free call with me and let's talk!


Essential Things for Budding Entrepreneurs

Today, I stumbled upon this post by Tim Ferris, that would really benefit you, if you're a budding entrepreneur and have more questions than answers about networking.

And I looked up two things he mentioned in the Q&A part:

1. 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing,

2. 1,000 True Fans.

What a treasure!!!

Those guys really know, what they are talking about!

And, if you have any questions or need any help implementing the ideas that feel "HELL YEAH!" to you (and I'd NEVER EVER suggest you try to implement ones that don't make you feel absolutely excited), schedule a FREE session with me and let's talk!