Credit: Duncan Rawlinson

Credit: Duncan Rawlinson

Inspiration doesn’t come neatly wrapped in bite sized packages.  Often, it comes in waves. And sometime they are BIG ..

A big burst of creative inspiration deserves your full attention.  Give yourself permission to let go of some of your usual marketing routines and have a blast enjoying the ride.

At the same time, it’s best if you don’t disappear completely.  Even during times of great inspiration, you can find simple, caring ways to stay in touch with the community that cares about your service or product.

Next week, I’ll be announcing a new energy psychology technique that has been created just for conscious business people.  In the meantime, I’m following the advice I just gave you – a short post to say hello while saving most of my attention for riding the creative marketing waves.

Paul Zelizer
Paul Zelizer
Paul Zelizer is one of the first business and marketing coaches to focus on the needs of Wisdompreneurs – people who have a business is based on the principles of wisdom and spirituality. In addition to conscious entrepreneurship, Paul is passionate about just about anything you can do in the mountain high country, power yoga, dark chocolate, sustainable living, ecstatic poetry and deep centering breaths. He lives in a solar adobe home in the mountains near Santa Fe, New Mexico.