Practicing What I Preach

I realized a few months ago that taking time to become immersed in my spiritual practice is incredibly important and nourishing for me, particularly when I do it in community. So, a couple of months ago I signed up for a weeklong retreat. By the time you read this, I’ll be at Cloud Mountain (http://www.cloudmountain.org) and closed for business until Monday, February 23rd.

 

I know that it can seem difficult, if not impossibly hard for busy business women to get away for so many days, given the never-ending “to dos”, endless email, relentless demands on us, and our commitments to family and friends.

 

I’ve learned, though, that not taking time makes things worse, not better. Going on retreat means stepping out of our ordinary lives so we can broaden our perspective. Letting go of the old and making room for the new. Reconnecting with ourselves in deeper ways. And coming back home renewed and replenished.

 

You might not have time to go on an extended retreat. But…. I recommend that you become part of a supportive community of women who:

 

  • Understand the stresses (and joys) of life as small business owners,
  • Are learning how to make more money by doing meaningful work,
  • Raising each other up to the next level, and
  • Having fun doing it!

 

There are two open spots in my small group coaching group. Take a look! SMALL GROUP COACHING