A tip on running a spiritual healing business

In corporate America, work is time-driven. You punch a time clock, you work 8 hours a day and even if you get your work done early, you still sit at your desk, reading Facebook updates and pretending to be busy.

A better way for lightworkers and spiritual healers to work is to be task-driven. Create a list of tasks you must do each week and then work toward them. If you finish early, you’re done. Take the rest of the week off.  Allow your creative juices to flow by taking in a movie or reading a magazine or novel. If you finish early every week, consider adding a couple more tasks to the list.

Likewise, if you can’t get all the work done each week, consider lightening your workload.

When it comes to your days, check your energy level. Do you work better in the mornings? Then tackle your list then. If you work better in the evenings, take your mornings off and work when your productivity is at its peak.

If you’re tired and you don’t have a drop-dead deadline, stop working and rest. Pick up where you left off the next day and you’ll likely get things done twice as fast.

Ninety-five percent of the world doesn’t work this way. They work counterintuitively, paying no attention to their bodies’ natural rhythms of energy.

By trading that time clock for your body’s internal clock you’ll get more done in less time. Now that’s good business.

 

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