Bringing Spirituality into Your Business
Let’s chat about how bringing spirituality into our business is taboo rather than mainstream. Earlier, I shared how I gained confidence on adding my spirituality into my business but today I want to talk about how you can as well.
When your spiritual beliefs are not mainstream, it’s natural to think that it can make things awkward... especially when people ask, “Oh, you actually believe in that?”
Some of these spiritual practices are become more mainstream because they are becoming more well know and “trendy”.
There are two camps:
1) You do not talk Spirituality or
2) Your business is very clearly run through a mainstream spiritual belief
It is only natural that because spirituality becomes so prevalent in our everyday lives, that it starts bleeding into our businesses.
So, what can you do when you feel pulled to bring more spirituality into a business that doesn’t follow the traditional route?
How do you blend it without being scared of the ramifications of it not being mainstream? I get it.
I struggled with this too, because I was afraid that people will think it is “to weird” and they might discount me as a business woman because of it.
After thinking about it though, I decided that it was more important to show up fully as myself than allow my fears to stop me.
I simply couldn’t NOT show up fully.
Maybe you’re in that same spot.
I want you to know that when you do decide to bring yourself fully into your business, everything thrives.
You’re no longer limited by fears, you driven by your mission.
You’re able to show up fully and completely, which allows you to help your clients and customers in a more meaningful way.
Allow it to become a part of your life story and your business story.
For me, it blends into everything. Whether I’m talking about business strategy, whether I’m coaching, whether I’m teaching...
There’s always going to be some kind of energetic element that I’m going to bring to the table.
There’s always going to be some kind of mindset element that I’m going to bring into the conversation.
There’s always going to be a lot of stories and examples that I pull from my life and from things that I’ve learned.
Sometimes these don’t seem to relate to business strategies, or practical elements, but at the same time they carry just as much weight and are just as applicable to running an aligned, intuitive, and profitable business.
Have you allowed, or will you allow, spirituality into your business? Let me know in the comments below.