Why Do You Do What You Do?

Hello creative biz goddesses. Coming to our full underlying ‘why’ we do what we do is soul work and a powerful magic key. And I love the idea that what we seek is also seeking us! We get to be on the receiving end of delightful co-creating, just as we are energized helping others. Soul sisters, kindred spirits, karmic connections are coming into our experiences to help us…just like we are compelled to pave the way and open doors for others. Blessings and joy. Anne

Barbara A Lane

The most important question you can ask about your work and life is: Why do you do what you do? I have met many business professionals and they truly want to be and do more. They desire to rediscover their creative potential and  seem to lack personal inspiration to be able to move forward. The truth is to unearth your greatest catalyst for innovation. Delve deep within your soul and return to that childlike place where you dreamed about what you wanted to be when you grew up. Do you remember your dreams? Sometimes we need to remember what mattered first, not what matters right now! What ultimately matters to YOU and WHY? Think about what inspires you to reach a greater potential. When you know what makes you come alive, the creative within you awakens and the world will be painted in far more vibrant hues. Color your…

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About Anne Wondra

Anne Wondra is a muse, wise woman, mystic, coach, connector; and author of "Relationship Rules of a Happy Woman." She loves Michael and cats, morning walks, sunshine, beaches, art fairs, animals, nature, music, books, beauty, coffee, and laughter. Professionally, she has lived a well-seasoned mix of experience, academic degrees (religious studies), courses, seminars, and certifications: legal, administrative, parish ministry, human resources, wellness educating, life coaching, and business ownership / entrepreneurship. Anne Wondra is the owner-creator and founder of WonderSpirit, LLC and All Things Anne Wondra.

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