New Economy

April 23, 2016
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Terri Maxwell

New Economy

I suspect we all sense there is a new energy, and a new way of being unfolding, regarding the economy.

Eckhart Tolle referred to it as a New Earth. Others have referred to it as a New Consciousness. Some business minds think of it as a New Economy, one author called it a Purpose Economy.

Here are 3 guidelines:

1) Collaboration Replaces Competition

We can accomplish more working together than we can competing with one another. Find ways to collaborate.

2) Meaning is the Currency

Money will no longer be the measure of success. Meaning matters. Making a difference is the path to making a successful life.

3) Passion is the Fuel

Doing what you love is the best way to supercharge your way on the path to succeeding on purpose.

So, what will you do differently to capitalize on this new economy?

With the soulfulness of Wayne Dyer and the entrepreneurial spirit of Richard Branson, Terri is a world-class business growth expert, social impact investor, and serial entrepreneur whose purpose is to inspire potential. With her own money, Terri built a portfolio of purposeful companies, Share On Purpose, Inc., and now invests in and creates mission-driven start-ups.

In a career that spans more than 25 years, Terri has launched, owned, sold, rebranded or turned around more than 40 companies. She is known for her game-changing business models and personal transformation frameworks.

Everything she built came directly from a wellspring of perseverance and soulful resiliency, which she openly shares through her first purposeful brand, Succeed On Purpose.


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