Creating Your Soul’s Vision Statement, Your Sacred Mission

  • The other challenge for spiritual entrepreneurs is having self-accountability in their work, gauging projects and their progress because they are working for themselves and have no bosses.

You should develop a vision statement that puts a spotlight on your spiritual mission. Where ordinary entrepreneurs have elevator pitches and mission statements, spiritual entrepreneurs have soul’s vision statement, which happens to be your sacred mission. So, when you are introducing yourself to someone don’t say that you are just a mentor, teacher, healer, a tarot card reader, a health coach, counselors, content writer martial arts or tai-chi instructor. These are just titles! Go beyond them and specify what is that you, whom do you serve, why and how in a brief but succulent single sentence statement. For instance, you can say that you are a health coach, passionate about holistic living, who is committed towards helping her clients achieve not just the ideal weight and body shape but embrace and maintain a healthy outlook and lifestyle. My own soulful vision statement or sacred mission is to help set you free from your pain, from your suffering, and help you start creating that big impact in the world that you want to create so that you can create a legendary legacy for you and your family and the world. You can create something accordingly but make it brief and yet succulent, so people can see quickly synthesize and remember it.  

Don’t Procrastinate  

Procrastination is a deadly sin for soul-inspired spiritual entrepreneurs. Being super productive can be immensely hard for spiritual entrepreneurs because they are dealing with ideas and concepts, souls’ dimension and paradigms that cannot be quantified in exact words, numbers, data, words, hours, charts, figures and graphs, etc. They keep on waiting for inspiration and incubating ideas until they lose the novelty and verve. I, therefore, recommend journaling as a way to put complex ideas into words and doodles and as a way of keeping track of your ‘wow’ and ‘aha’ moments that can be turned into material that generates leads and money. Remember, the quickly you are able to take ideas out of the door, the sooner you are able to land paying clients.  

Have Self-Accountability  

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The other challenge for spiritual entrepreneurs is having self-accountability in their work, gauging projects and their progress because they are working for themselves and have no bosses. So, creating something clear, articulate, and compelling from these complex matters within a certain timeline can be difficult. Therefore, it is critical for you to set small goals for yourself and deadlines. If you are self-accountable, you would be able to quickly find out productivity and money drains, loopholes and incorrect strategies and fix them before they make you lose more time, money, energy and clients. Hiring a coach or having a mentor is also a great way to bring accountability in your personal system.  

Heart-centered, spiritually empowered entrepreneurs see their business not just a way to earn money but an extension of themselves, their true passion and spiritual gifts. They see it as a means to empower people and change the world. They charge not for the service but for the breakthrough they help their clients achieve. They are not just proud of their work but also of the money they make in the process and contribute to the all-encompassing and indiscriminate spirit of abundance found in the Universe. 

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