If you are an entrepreneur or want to start your own business using Spiritual principles used by many experts, I can help.
Operating as a business owner for over fifteen years, I find that many experts in the entrepreneurial field are using Spiritual principles that not only work but are so similar to the training I received to become a Licensed Spiritual Practitioner with Centers for Spiritual Living.
Starting and maintaining your own business is not a goal for weak-willed or unmotivated people. I, as a self employed business owner from the wholesale/retail business arena, understand the hard work you do, the long hours you put in, and the ‘faith’ you need in yourself to move forward. It is tough sometimes. But as a Spiritual Practitioner and Coach, I know there are many spiritual tools and practices you can implement daily to help you along.
Being business owner, I know, can be a lonely journey! A few years ago I started a practice of collecting and reading quotes and affirmations from successful people to encourage myself and help me see a new perspective. I have rolled these into a weekly email called Inspirational Quotes for Success. I now share them with hundreds of other entrepreneurs, just like yourself. You can subscribe to the newsletter below:
About Sandy Dell, RScP
(Spiritual Practitioner, license through the Centers for Spiritual Living)
Sandy has know, on some level, since she was a child that she had a special spiritual path to follow. Growing up as a Catholic, her first thought was becoming a nun, but as a teenager, she decided to explore many other religious traditions and ended up as a ‘born-again’ Christian.
Years later, becoming disillusioned with the Bible thumpers often associated with fundamental Christianity and having a failed marriage within the movement, she left it all behind.
It was then that she discovered New Thought principles that made sense to her. She joined a local Center for Spiritual Living, jumped right into classes and became a licensed practitioner in the summer of 2016. During and after this time, she, for a short time, became Director for the local CSL before going out on her own as an Outreach Practitioner.
Sandy currently lives in rural Idaho, with her husband, where they are self-employed running several internet-based businesses.