Spiritually inclined business owners need to exercise self love, value their own expertise and be comfortable thinking big ... in terms of Profit ... and Impact...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (PRWEB) August 09, 2013
Professional business coach and online business trainer, Louisa Chan, today announced the publication of her new guide, “5 Abundance Mindsets For Heart-Centered Business Owners.” Designed to help heart-centered business owners such as coaches, trainers and teachers reconcile their compassionate inclinations and sincere intentions to do good with their business’ need to turn profit, the guide is available now at http://www.louisachan.com/5-abundance-mindsets-for-heart-centered-business-owners/.
Many spiritual and mindful professionals wrestle with the idea of making financial gains from their expertise and services. “In fact, some heart-centered business owners find it particularly challenging to balance making profit on the one hand and doing good on the other," said Ms Chan.
"Spiritually inclined business owners need to exercise self love, value their own expertise and service and be comfortable thinking big - both in terms of generating profit and in terms of making a bigger impact through their work,” Louisa Chan further commented.
While teachers, trainers and coaches generally embrace kindness, compassion and generosity, these professionals must be careful not to view placing a financial value on their work in a negative light. Louisa explained:
"A heart-centered business should not be mistaken for a non-profit organization. In fact, mindful business owners have the responsibility to guard and protect their business to ensure its profitability."
Louisa pointed out that when a heart-centered professional fails to serve his business’ financial needs it will stifle his potential to bring about greater positive changes. A healthy profit can be used to drive the growth of projects and causes that heart centered professionals champion and in order to make a bigger impact, one first needs to generate a big enough profit.
To describe the mentality of serving the needs of others without neglecting the needs of one’s own business, Ms. Chan uses the term “Abundance Mindset”. By adopting the mindset of abundance, the heart-centered business owner is able to embrace profit and discover a healthy balance between their desire to contribute positively to society and their business’ need to remain financially stable.
Louisa's new guide, 5 Abundance Mindsets For Heart-Centered Business Owners (available here http://www.louisachan.com/5-abundance-mindsets-for-heart-centered-business-owners/), contains 5 easy-to-understand mindset tips to help mindful professionals such as coaches, trainers and teachers lay the necessary mental foundations required for long-term business success. Her guide details solutions to this internal conflict, which is experienced by many conscientious entrepreneurs.
This guide supports Louisa’s objectives as a business coach and corporate trainer to help heart-centered professionals build and grow successful businesses so they have the freedom and resources to pursue their higher purposes. More tips and resources are available at Louisa's website at http://www.LouisaChan.com.
About Louisa Chan
Louisa Chan uses heart-centered marketing training to help coaches, tutors and training providers build ethical businesses. She has consulted and worked with multi-national companies as well as entrepreneurs while living in different parts of Asia.
Currently based in Malaysia, Louisa conducts face-to-face corporate training as well as online training and business coaching.
Visit Louisa Chan's website http://www.LouisaChan.com for more information.