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Conscious Business with The Corporate Yogi

Conscious Business with The Corporate Yogi helps entrepreneurs grow their businesses by investing in their mindset and personal development. Julie is a mentor, a muse and visionary. You'll learn from her wisdom and be inspired by her authenticity. Each week you'll receive practical business advice fused with ancient spiritual wisdom. Conscious Business is cheeky, educational and full of very entertaining stories. It's time to bring spirituality out of the closet and into the boardroom.
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Nov 30, 2015

In this episode of Conscious Business you’ll learn how to strengthen your soft skills to build a more consistent, reliable, and memorable brand. So get out of your head, into your heart and get your soft skills on!

Nov 23, 2015

In this episode of Conscious Business we’ll settle the age old argument - is it better to be an innie or an outie? By educating yourself on these personality differences, acknowledging your tendencies, and learning how to accommodate others, you’ll create a more open environment where everyone gets what they need.
So get out of your head, into your heart and let’s navel gaze!

Nov 16, 2015

In today’s episode we talk about overcoming negative labels so you can learn to embrace disappointment as your guide. Remember that disappointment is only the Universe's process of growing and changing your vision.  So get out of your head and into your heart and let’s learn to love disappointment.

Nov 9, 2015

In today’s episode we talk about one of the biggest accelerators for your business. It also happens to be one of the top qualities we appreciate in others AND a quality that we strive for in ourselves. Authenticity.

Here are 5 tips on how to be authentic and grow your business:

 

  1. Stay Aligned. Make sure your business is authentic to your purpose and your values. It just FEELS good!

 

  1. Be mindful of your corporate persona (alternative identity to fulfill the perceived expectations of our job and our colleagues). Keep in mind that setting unrealistic expectations can make us unproductive and inauthentic.

 

  1. Drop a V-Bomb

Tell a colleague, friend (or if you’re feeling brave someone you’re intimidated by) about your fears. By confronting your fears head on, you’re being courageous-- being authentic.

 

  1. Shine your authentic light. If you’re dropping V-Bombs and working authentically, you’ll inspire authenticity in others. Imagine a world where we’re all working towards connectivity and to fulfill our passions!

 

  1. How will this help my business? You’ll get more done. It’s surprising how your productivity grows when you’re inspired by your work.

Tweetables:  

“When you’re living authentically it’s not about risking rejection, but inviting connection.”

“Authenticity is when you bring forth all aspects of yourself and allow yourself to be seen at all times.”

“What other people think of you in none of your business.”


Inspiration:

Book: The Gifts of Imperfection by Brené Brown

Nov 2, 2015

The Hard Epidemic happens when we label something “Hard” in an excuse to avoid doing it. Let’s be honest, as entrepreneurs we are among the most resourceful and capable people on the planet, right? But sadly, our resourcefulness applies equally to the things we accomplish AND the things we procrastinate.

Four tips to combat the Hard Epidemic:
Tip 1 – Break it down
Tip 2 – Change the perspective
Tip 3 – Wordsmith, swap out Hard for New
Tip 4 – Establish a frame of reference

Tweetables
“Your business won’t grow until YOU do.”
“The Universe always rewards bravery”

Wisdom:
1. Jedi mind hack: Leverage the confidence of someone else by asking yourself, “What would they do in my situation?”

2. So, let’s take this one step further, if you can master the art of doing the stuff that you’re scared of, think of this as a strategic way for you to accelerate the growth of your business.

Inspiration
1. The intro story of the old farmer, taken from The Tao Book, Timothy Freke

2. Feel the fear and do it anyways, Susan Jeffers

 

 

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