How to Decide What to Do When You Grow Up

by Kris Ward

Ask yourself these questions

Are you 100% certain about the work you want to do in this world? Most of us aren’t. Especially because our ideal work can change so much over the years (or even months) as we evolve. So… if, right now, you don’t know exactly what your calling is, or you’re having a hard time narrowing it down, I invite you to: See if these questions help.   (Go ahead. Grab…

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Got Business Filters To Protect Your Vision And Keep You Aligned To It?

by Kris Ward

See ours. And how they changed everything.

If you saw the Alchemy TV post I released last week then you might remember how utterly excited I was about running with some rock solid advice that my friend Jonathan Mead of PaidToExist.com offered up about how (and why) to create your own visionary quest. I knew the second I read his post, I was all for it and I couldn’t WAIT to grab Amber, my God-knows-what-I’d-do-without-her awesomesauce Project…

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For A Business With Heart

by Kris Ward

Ask yourself this question.

Happy Valentine’s Day! What I love most about this community (the people who pay attention and participate in the ongoing conversation that is “Abundant Yogi”) happens to be the biggest common denominator amongst us. It’s the shared intention driving force that unites the entire group. We just want to do what we love – the work we feel called to do that comes easily and naturally to us – without…

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Expansion may not be what we think it is

by Kris Ward

What if sometimes... we need to go smaller to feel more spacious?

Have you ever heard someone confess something along these lines? “In the end, everything about downsizing was expansive for me… it turned out to be the greatest blessing in disguise. I’m actually relieved things happened exactly the way they did.” (Here you could swap out ‘downsizing’ with ‘getting fired’, ‘breaking up’, ‘getting sick’, ‘getting rejected’, ‘having to move back in with my parents’, and a whole number of seemingly contractive…

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