30th December 2020 23:09

 

 

 

 

 

 

A guided meditation to explore the transformation to your business by adding your Heart’s wisdom and Divine inspiration.

First, we explore the business you create without your Heart’s wisdom and Divine Inspiration, your traditional business along with the impact this business has on you and others.

Then we step into the business you create with your Heart’s wisdom and Divine Inspiration as a much loved habit, your True Business, along with the impact this has on you and others.

What’s the contrast, the transformation?
Which do you choose?

If you would love to make creating your True Business with your Heart’s Wisdom and Divine Inspiration a much loved habit, come and join us in The Divine Plan.

Kat Byles · Guided Meditation: Your Business Transformation with Divine Inspiration and Heart

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Wendy Richmond, founder, Yellow Bicycle PR

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