Dr. Travis Fox transforms lives through a step-by-step program that eradicates daily boredom and replaces it with a happy, successful, peace-filled life. According to Dr. Fox, 2021 will encompass a great healing of the mind, body, and spirit, and he advises others to be open to collaborations and joint ventures that provide a sense of passion and excitement.
World Cup Sailor, Tracy Schmitt, suggests fully embracing the mantra “YOU CAN DO IT!” Facing great adversity in life, having no hands or legs, but still achieving incredible success, she points out that to earn independence is to realize it is not done alone.
Head of Business Relations in the LNG industry, Titi Horsfall, feels no matter how hard built a business is, it can be comprised of values reflecting love such as care, esteem, and loyalty. She suggests enhancing personal skills and collaborative efforts over outsourcing. And, Horsfall reveals her anticipation of giant leaps in the creative fields that cannot be done digitally.
Client Attraction Expert, Meagan Fettes, explains that love is what powers business owners with the drive to show up in a higher capacity every day, it fuels their intentions to fulfill their mission and pushes them to think more vertically allowing them to enrich their customers’ experience in a more profound way allowing solid, genuine relationships to be built.
Annie Koshy, Branding Strategist and Media Personality views love in business as being about respect and adaptability. It’s about being human. Koshy advocates promoting small businesses through word of mouth and social media. Now more than ever, individuals must come together as a collective humanity to support one another.
Dr. Karen Perkins is THE “Living First Class” and Key Performance Indicator Authority, guiding individuals to take control of their destiny. The average person spends over 62% of their day in work-related activities, illustrating Dr. Perkins’ beliefs that when individuals love their job their quality of life also improves, and by changing emotions one can also change reality.
Gayle Edwards, Global Impact and Personal Brand Strategist empowers entrepreneurs by amplifying their brand. Edwards advises being brave in actions, strong in decisions, and in regards to business, fervently seek what the heart desires!
Alka Sharma, Founder, and CEO of Alka’s Total Fitness shares that incorporating love in business from the smallest thing such as a handshake to a warm embrace build a rapport that in turn builds the business.
Karen Baines, Founder of The Conscious Wealth Code explains that love is the core energy of alignment and humans are designed to create. What is chosen is what is created. Therefore, if choices come from love, more love is created.
Melody Chardon, Grief Recovery Specialist brings to light that for many, personal and professional lives are one. Bringing love into business creates safety, trust, and connection and opens the door for healthier relationships and a more robust well-being.
Transformation Strategist, Lotus Riche`, reminds individuals with her profound realization that if business change makers lead with love, they will free themselves from conditional chains that bind them in business. This will allow them to share their gifts and talents with the world leaving a permanent footprint in the sand.
Jacqui Connor, Founder of Be Happy Global, digs deep to elevate her clients to self-power and purpose. It’s been said many times, “love what you do and do what you love.” There is great power in this. But all is not lost if this isn’t reality. Connor proposes clearing stress and fear to re-explore the state of possibility and to focus on what one loves outside of work. Her opinion is, listen deeply to the inner voice and align this with work in the most natural and real way possible. Take time to clear the inner vision when stress piles on, write it down, ask the universe to be the guide, and show gratitude as if in the present tense of receiving.
Today, more than ever, incorporating love in business is crucial. 2021 can in fact be a year of healing, hope, and progress. Life and business are not about competition, but about collaboration and cooperation. What’s important now is to lift others up who have suffered through these trying times and offer support. Major change doesn’t happen overnight, but by adding in love to business, although unfamiliar, could possibly enrich the lives of many, and individuals may find that career-life can be even better than before. The best part of this will be that it can be done together, uniting people world-wide, as one global family.