Evergreen

Evergreen

As the year winds up, you may have a raft of well thought through projects or business ideas that you hope to act upon.  You have already done a major part of your work and plan…thinking.  I take this opportunity to urge you to go ahead with your action plan.

Thinking that is not translated into action is not as helpful as that which is acted upon.  Furthermore, thinking like people of action suggests that actions should be thought through.  French philosopher Henri Bergson said: “Think like a man of action and act like a man of thought.” As well-balanced self directed individuals, thought should precede action; so does logic necessitate.  We should not let common sense be rare.

Our thoughts and plans may sometimes be disrupted by individuals for whatever reason, you need not lose hope.  Having an approach whereby you have different strokes for different folks can be a good mitigation measure, in addition to mastering the art of timing.

Competition should not make you try too hard in being what you are not, because results from the litmus test of authenticity may suggest otherwise.  It is a good idea to just be your authentic self, and you will find that there is no competition because there is only one authentic you.  You are a multi-talented individual with more than one string to your bow, you are evergreen.

I wish you well.

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Do what you love, love what you do

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“You’ve got to find what you love…  And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.”  – Steve Jobs

The process of finding and arriving at what you truly love can be multi-faceted.  In my case, some of the things that I took into consideration were: autonomy, my interests, skills, strengths and possibilities.  Finding what I love helped immensely in extricating me from confining situations at work, I do not feel constricted. Constriction can be a disempowering element which can in turn hinder one’s creativity, output and progress.

I had to find what I love and after doing so, I submitted to the ideal apprenticeship where I have learned and continue to learn lessons established by the greatest masters, past and present in my field of work.  During my apprenticeship, I had teachers, mentors and coaches that I learned from and this greatly increased my proficiency in the field of healing.

My area of work is not one with operational manuals, policies and procedures of which, once mastered, you know everything in your business.  It is an area of work where independence, self direction, creativity, intuition and ration are exercised freely for the good of all.  Freedom, plurality of thought and expression are key elements for getting the best from one’s talent.

The autonomy attributed to my work allows me to harness my skills, whereby my knowledge has vastly expanded, and the expansion is a continuum.  Acquisition of skills can be eclectic, as has been in my case.  Keeping at my craft also continually adds value to the quality of work, a source of inspiration to me and satisfaction to clientele.

While it is the case that every job or business comes with criticisms and compliments; it is also true that virtue cannot live out of the teeth of emotion.  However, it is important to note that by not having revulsion for what one does, this underpins output, quality and satisfaction.

I found what I love and love what I do as an intuitive healer and herbalist, certified and internationally recognised. Working with business owners and individuals, where I’m able let my uniqueness and authenticity resonate freely.