Spiritual Approach To Getting Things Done

We live in a society that promotes hard work and seems to reward constant action.
It’s common that we hear the phrase “hustle hard to make it”, “hard work pays off”, “80 hour work weeks!”.

This leads many into investing massive amounts of hours into their work to get things done.

There’s a sense of lack, an inner void that needs to be filled. How else will things get done?

Your Reason Closes The Gap From A to B

The people that come to me for advice on getting to the next level generally want to start a business or grow their new business.


They’ve seen me or others working for themselves and they associate the endeavor with status, freedom, or massive wealth.

It’s attractive.

Today, to become an entrepreneur almost seems to be the “dream”.

At least, it’s portrayed that way.