If you’re a solopreneur like I am, you may long for a partner to help you achieve business success faster. Creating a business partnership has advantages. It can help you bridge the gap in expertise and knowledge that you may be lacking. A partner might provide a cash infusion that the business needs. And a partner can bring new opportunities to the business that you wouldn’t necessarily find on your own.
There are risks to having a partnership. Now you’ve got someone else invested in the business who may not always see things your way. There’s a greater chance of conflict and instability in a partnership. That’s why many solopreneurs opt to build a team of people instead.
You can hire virtual assistants to manage things like social media, copywriting, accounting, etc. It’s easier to grow when you have people doing the things you don’t like to do, or the things that are too time-consuming when you should be engaging in revenue generating activities.
Building a team can definitely help you grow your business more quickly and efficiently. But I believe you still need a partner. The partner I’m talking about will help you stay on track, inspire you with new ideas, and give you strength when you’re feeling down. Best of all, you won’t have any of those worries about conflict or instability because all this partner cares about is YOU.
Sound too good to be true?
That’s because the partner I’m talking about is already IN your business now. It’s God. Or Source, or your Higher Power. Whatever you call it – it’s the Divine Spirit within you. It’s Spirit that inspired you to begin the business in the first place. What you need to do now is let go and let God.
Let Go and Let God
What do I mean by that?
Let’s say you want to generate $10,000 a month in new revenues this year. Instead of spending countless hours brainstorming HOW you’re going to do that, let go of that stress. And trust in God to make it happen.
You’re probably thinking, this sounds like the movie The Secret. Yes and No. I’ve never seen the movie, but I’ve read a lot about it.
The difference here is that you still need to take action. I’m not advocating you sit in a lotus position and let go of your responsibilities and trust in God to deliver $10,000 to you this month.
Let go of the stress – Yes. Let go of focusing on the How — Yes. Then, let God inspire you to take new action. Let God inspire you to do something that brings you joy and trust that the money will come.
Trust with No Expectations
Let God take care of you. That requires faith and trust. And no attachment to the outcome. That’s key. I have had more good things come to me when I relax and let whatever is meant to be, be.
I’m also taking action. I’m writing blog articles. I’m recording Facebook Lives. I’m making phone calls to prospects. And I’m seeing the results. I’m getting new speaking opportunities. People are applying for my Inspired Impact Mastermind program.
And… God is inspiring me with new ideas. Yesterday, I came up with a new idea for a workshop that made me so excited! I’m so grateful that letting go and letting God is filling my life with joy and happiness. I’m having such fun writing this article! My heart is full at the moment. It’s an incredible feeling to be aligned with Spirit. No matter what happens in the future, I can be happy now. That’s all that matters.
Are you ready to take on a “silent” partner in your business? God is waiting for the call. All you’ve got to do is let go, and let God go to work!
If this article speaks to you, and you’d like help letting go and letting God, let’s talk! Schedule a call with me today.