What and Why
What is Conscious Business and why should entrepreneurs like us give a care about it!
A Tale of Two Businesses
As entrepreneurs, we have the power to touch a lot of lives. Recently, a conversation showcased just how much power we wield, and with great power comes great responsibility...
The story behind The Recharge Sessions
I had a conversation today that jived so well with a topic I have been exploring for a while.. Leadership that fits a conscious business.
Conscious Business Values modeled
Whether you celebrate Easter or look to Spring Equinox or just plain Spring.. this time of the year is about renewal, renewed life and celebration of change. It got me thinking about the people behind the business and the state of reality we set for ourselves with our awareness, choices, and dare I say it... boundaries
Needs of the time - and your team
I thought to share how the ReCharge Sessions came about and how they just oh so naturally melded into the business fundamentals and foundations I am so passionate about, along with the marketing “unfair advantage” I am so fond of using
The Road Less Travelled
I love real life example of how businesses reflect their values in their core functions, and when stand out for either not having core values identified and shared as a culture or not modeling them. The contrast is rather glaring
Pipe Dream or Factual Reality
Sometimes the best way to start is to follow our own inclination, with some degree of commitment and conviction.. as I paraphrase from something I remember from John Mackey - but it's a wonderful fit for the conversation I had today. Can't wait to share.
The State Of Our Reality
Could conscious businesses steadily pave the way to Conscious Capitalism through everyday decisions and long term outlook? and what the heck does Conscious Capitalism look like? Let's share thoughts inspired by this dream..
Things that make you go hmmmm
The day before yesterday I had an experience that has occupied my thoughts on and off and wondering if it's time to bring out ReCharge again
Practice What You Preach
An entrepreneur knows that one of the biggest things that'll trip you up is the desire to cover up and not admit to something that you realize needs to be tweaked or corrected, just so you don't lose face or compromise your expert standing. In my opinion, good leadership models the bahaviour that you know will set people up for success, vanity be tossed. Today I share what I uncovered after I dropped my news last week.