Friday, December 16, 2011
Are you a healer?
Earlier this week I received a weekly newsletter from Yvonne Bynoe, a business coach who helps women excel in business. The post "Who Are You Meant to Heal With Your Business" has stayed with me over the past few days.
This is the time of year when most people take stock of the progress they have made, and try to figure out what successes they would like to have in the new year. What goals are you looking to accomplish in 2012? What new subject or skill will you learn? Who will you help?
If you are looking to start a business or improve upon the business you already have Bynoe's post may help to guide you in the right direction.
In the post Bynoe explains that we are all healers in a sense. She writes:
As an entrepreneur your “healing” comes with helping your clients to solve a problem and to have a better quality life . You don’t have to be in an esoteric field to “heal” your clients. An accountant through forecasting and clear records can “heal”clients’ fears about their financial security. A hairdresser, stylist or make-up artist by creating a fabulous new look for a client, can “heal” her damaged self-esteem. A personal chef whose delivering nutritious meals can “heal” the guilt that busy mothers may feel about not cooking for their families.
How can your business, skill, or talents help to heal the needs of someone else?
To help you gain more clarity about your purpose, and the needs your business will serve, you may continue reading Bynoe's post here .