The Three Most Powerful Forces In Business — and how to ensure you’re maximizing them
There’s a reason we all love that line, “May the force be with you.”
It doesn’t much matter what your religious views are…if you weren’t feeling it when someone turned to you at the church wedding you were at last weekend and said, “May God be with you,” it’s still quite possible that you’d not shy away from telling someone, “May the force be with you.”
Because here’s the thing: I believe it is in our DNA — deep in our cellular memory — to believe in Power(s) outside of ourselves.
From the stories of old, we know that the Greeks had their gods and goddesses, the Romans had theirs, and the powerful stories in the Clan of the Cavebear series certainly lead us all to believe that even “back then,” before we had words, we had belief in Power(s), Forces, if you will, that “made things happen,” and gave explanations to that which was, and sometimes still is, inexplicable.
We new-agers reference The Universe. The Star Wars fanatics call it The Force. Some call it God. Others, Goddess. The names are endless.
But what I am loving about all of the shift that is occurring in and around us now is that we are coming to understand that these Powers That Be are not simply outside of ourselves, but within us as well. And that’s a pretty exciting movement to witness.
With that in mind, I think it’s time to talk openly about what I believe are the three most powerful Forces at work in your business. Knowing that they are there is the first step…working with them comes next…
Several years ago when I studied business intuition with Lori Wilson, this concept bonked me on the head: There are forces at work within our businesses that we can’t always see, that we can’t always get a handle on…but they are there…and they are impacting us. Every. Single. Day.
Now in my work over the years, I’ve come to see that there are many powers at play (indeed it is my job to discover what each of them are for my clients…and to figure out what their impact is…and how to navigate that…), but today I want to focus on what I call The Big Three: Your Clients, Your Self, and Your Business Proper.