I am a spiritual seeker.
And my spiritual journey is also at the essence of what I do.
I believe that when we learn to surrender to our bigger who, we can move beyond the boundaries of our mind. We can source from the infinite creative potential of the universe.
And here’s come the challenge.
Bringing words like “spirituality” or “consciousness” in business conversations is not an easy task. Yes, you can try to translate and frame them into the language of the business, but it’s easy to fall into old and tired ideas.
These are challenging times, everything happens at an incredible speed. Everything is connected, and the world is getting smaller and smaller. Individuals and organisations are looking for new and different answers. But that it’s possible only if we ask new and different questions.
It’s not about framing my spiritual essence into the language of the business. It’s about bringing more of it. And to do that, I must raise the quality of my questions.
If I want better answers, more significant ideas, more disruptive breakthrough than I must ask bolder, more courageous and challenging questions.
“Breakthrough questions for unlocking our personal creativity. For creativity rarely begins with an answer. Breakthrough questions should therefore lead us into the unknown.” – The way of nowhere