During this chapter you will learn how to create a plan of action for your business. Relate what you have learned through other experiences and how to apply it. Figure out what your goal is and what your busines goal is. In addition, there are potential tools to help you manage your businesses finance.
Networking and marketing makes a big impact on whether or not your business will live up to your expectations. In this chapter you will learn about some ideas on how to gain awareness of your business through networking and social media. Also, learn about options for creating a website for your business.
It is difficult trying to find all the documents and resources you need for starting up your business. We are here to help by providing you with what you need to get your business up and running. In addition, we also offer additional forms and documents that you may want to use when assisting clients.
- August 3, 2015 - Posted by swihamaster - No Tags
Note from the Editor: This week’s motivational article is by former SWIHA graduate and current life coach-entrepreneur, Brian Zahn. In it, he shares with us his journey, from his life before, during, and after SWIHA, inspiring us all to ponder how big our desire is to manifest our dreams and ambitions! Knowing what one wants to do in life is half the battle in getting where one wants to be. However, motivating one’s self to become it and inspiring one’s …
- July 27, 2015 - Posted by Brian Mckinney - No Tags
As a recent or former graduate of SWIHA, I’m sure you can attest to the growing pains you’ve experienced upon leaving school, suddenly tasked with building your own business or practice from the ground up. Of course, you have all of your accumulated wisdom, teachings, experiences, healings, lessons, trials and tribulations to lean on from your time at SWIHA. So what do you do when you get stuck, unmotivated, or caught up in fear and doubt around moving forward? When …
- July 17, 2015 - Posted by Brian Mckinney - No Tags
As a yoga teacher, part of my preparation for each class is to come up with a focus or intention for the practice. This is typically offered through some sort of inspirational reading or compelling offering. My inspiration for the intention or focus for my classes is usually around something that I am currently working on in my life. I figure, how can I ask my students to work on something if I am not working on it myself? In …
"The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle. As with all matters of the heart, you'll know when you find it." - Steve Jobs
Sometimes getting motivated to shoot for the stars and accomplish what you want to do can be tricky, so we have compiled a set of motivational moments to help you at some of the steps!