When you first decide to start your heart-based business, you may be lost in the maze of others opinions of what you should and should not do. As a spiritual woman entrepreneur there are a few things that are critical for you to do in order for you to start positioning your business for success. The first step is to figure out your audience, their problem, your solution to their problem and then honoring your worth. For a deeper understanding, I’ve broken down each section for you to follow in a step by step blueprint for success.
Figure Out the Audience, Problem, Solution & Worth
Once you start understand what your mystical God-given gifts are and their worth is, what are your unique experiences, you seriously start working towards bringing these gifts into the world and making them known to others.
The Audience: Find out who your ideal clients are, where they hang out and how they can be approached; what’s their living context and personal circumstances.
The Problem: Understand some of the problems that your ideal clients are experiencing in their work or lives. Know how intensely they are feeling it and the ways these issues are impacting their lives.
The Solution: You need to understand how your soul aligned business, your innate talent and ability, how these mystical gifts can help people. What kind of benefits they would get from your mystical gifts, what kind of outcomes your solution would create for them and in how much time?
The Worth: You need to ask yourself how much time, knowledge, energy, resources you need to invest in helping these people out and what is the worth of all this investment from your side then put a price tag accordingly. You need to find out how much the people are willing to pay for your solution and how they can be facilitated in the acquisition of your mystical and spiritual gifts and talents.
Figuring out these paradigms would help you in evolving a business that is purposeful but also profitable.
Position Your Soul offering Intelligently in the Clique
As a spiritual, intuitive and soul-aligned entrepreneur, you are unique but you still need to have a plan and strategy to launch yourself properly, establish your forte, your firm and distinct standing among your clique, the tribe of spiritual soul-conscious and enlightened entrepreneurs. You need to be a part of the mystic tribe and yet hold your own, without having to blast and undercut others in the process. You also need to figure out how your particular mystical gift and solution happen to be different from the rest.
The more intuitive, personalized, result-oriented service your service happens to be, the more successfully you would be able to set yourself apart from the competition. Just to give you a personal example, I was able to have a breakthrough in my career when I determined that I was not a conventional business coach and trainer but a spiritual entrepreneur and a Mystic Wealth Creator.
So, understanding your unique strengths and offerings will also help you in finding the ideal client and partners to work with. Working relationships and partnerships that are created on spiritual and soul alignment are more successful than those forged on mutual interest.
Take Your Work Seriously
If you keep treating the spiritual work you are doing for others as a hobby that you are trying to grow into a business, you would experience limited growth and success. Your conviction in your work and its value and worth is the first and foremost thing that matters. Even if you are about to start or have just started out, even if your work hasn’t generated you much profit or crossed the 6-figure income yet, treat your work as a serious business that is slated to become the next big thing. You tread a mystical path but with practicality. Just like other business, a spiritual business needs to be organized to the tee.
This means that you need to have a dedicated workspace or workstation even when you are growing your business from the home or a basic or modest setup. Leverage your time and energy by clocking in and clocking out instead of allowing your work to stretch into nights and weekends and get burnt out in the process. Use paper or electronic planners to keep track of appointments. Stay on top of communication. The more organized you are in your business, the easier you would be able to handle your work and the more satisfied your clients would feel.