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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What To Do When We Can’t Change What Is

by Kris Ward

Finding space for holiday love, beautiful music, and dealing with unfathomable tragedy

It took me awhile to post about this topic. It just hurt. There are no words for the kind of sadness that ripples through our vulnerable bodies when we’re delivered news like the news we got on Friday, December 14th regarding the Connecticut shootings. At least (I’ll speak for myself here) I have no words. All I can do is melt and feel my own sadness being stirred, then breathe…

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True Calling vs. Shiny Object

by Kris Ward

How to know what's real and what's just a distraction

From time to time, every one of us gets a case of “shiny object syndrome” – that is, we get confused and have a hard time differentiating between what actions and projects are REALLY going to be life- and business-enhancing and what’s just another “shiny object” to distract us from our true work or give us the ILLUSION of momentum. So what’s the cure? Jess and I took a stab…

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