Category: Namaste

Never “Cut Strings” When You Can “Untie a Knot”

When was the last time you had a “courageous conversation” with someone you don’t like? I’m not talking about engaging in a big argument. I’m talking about sitting down with someone and asking the hard questions to figure out what went wrong in your relationship with them.​​​​​​​​​

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3 Things We Can Do to Remain Positive While Social Distancing

In the past 10 days, I have had to deal with canceled events, postponed events, anxious clients, hyper-vigilant family members, family members who aren’t worried enough (in my opinion) and clients taking their time with their payment checks. (What’s up with that?) I have spoken to so many of you, so I know I am not alone here. So, how do we stay positive, calm and focused through all of this madness? Check out my three (3) quick recommendations (plus a bonus tip) below.

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Kawania Wooten Geomyra Pollard and Terri Baskin at Engage 2020. Photo by Banga Studios. The Enlightened Creative

6 Straightforward Ways to Inject Joy Into Your Business Day

Right now, my business life is in a flux because of a combination of crazy circumstances beyond my control. I’m not sure when these challenges are going to end, so my mood is a little tense and even a little emotional right now, but I’m on a mission to inject some joy back in my business life. I know I am not the only business owner experiencing feeling this right now, so I have noted below six (6) straightforward ways to inject some joy into your business day.

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6 Tips to Help You Combat that “Alone Feeling” as an Entrepreneur

Recently, I felt quite alone. — Not that “alone feeling” you get because you are in the house by yourself. — I’m talking about the “I feel like I am walking this entrepreneurship journey by myself and no one understands what I’m going through.” Do you know what I’m talking about? I think everyone does. So, here are some recommendations for combatting that feeling.

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Entrepreneur Lessons from the “Like-Ability Factor”

As you may or may not know, I keep a journal of the notes I take at various conference presentations. Approximately 15 years ago, I heard the author of the “LikeAbility Factor . . .,” Tim Sanders, speak at a conference. He mentioned ways to ensure that your day begins and ends on a positive note. Given all of the negativity swirling in our world right now, I thought these notes might be beneficial to someone. Personally, I swear by these three (3) thoughts.

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Hey there trailblazer!

I’m Kawania (kuh won nee ah) and I own and lead two successful businesses in the creative industry. Welcome! I created this blog as a resource that you can reference as you launch, run, and scale your own successful (and sustainable) business. There’s lots of information in this blog, so bookmark it and hit me up if you have any questions. We all need a little guidance every now and then, right? Take care friend. Keep shining! Love and Soul Always, Kawania

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