Has it ever occurred to you that you can communicate with your business and it will contribute to you creating something greater?


Your business is its own entity and talking to it will give you awareness of possibilities.

Saying, “Omg I have so much work to do,” is not talking to it. That’s this reality yelling at you, that’s not your business.


What can you learn from your business? What does it know and how can you tap into it so that you can create so much more? It’s simple: ask it questions!


Business, what do you require of me today?

Business isn’t Monday through Friday 9-5, that’s just what we’ve decided it’s supposed to be in this reality. If you’re trying to keep it to certain hours then you’re not listening to what the business requires and what can create more.


You might get up bright and early on a Monday morning and ask what your business requires at that moment and there isn’t anything. Or you could be lying in bed at midnight on a Wednesday and suddenly an awareness comes to you. What if you allowed your business to communicate with you however it does, and you were willing to receive it whenever it shows up, rather than trying to keep specific hours?


Someone told me years and years ago that I should only send out emails M-F 9-5. Please don’t do that; don’t buy into other people’s ideas of how things are supposed to be. I tried it and it doesn’t work. Even back then I might get inspired on a Saturday night and be enthusiastic about working. Stopping myself because of someone else’s definition of business didn’t match the energy of what I desire to choose and what I know is possible.


Talking to your business 24/7 is actually less work than holding it to a specific workweek. Limiting it to certain hours limits everything you can create. Be in question with it every day and see what shows up.


What, where, and how big would you like to be, business?

When you ask your business what it would like, you might be surprised what shows up. Most of the time it wants to be huge and you’re the one holding it back. Where are you limiting what you can create and what you can receive by the conclusions you have? Is it time to let go of all of that?


Where does your business want to go? How does it want to get created? What would your business like to be?


Business, how can you contribute to me?

If you’re projecting expectations and conclusions at your business rather than asking questions, how much are you cutting off that it could be contributing to you? There is so much more available for you when you ask and allow it to start showing up in unpredictable ways. What can contribution be like and look like that you’ve never considered?


You might be on a flight and meet someone who inspires a new idea for a revenue stream, or you could happen upon an article somewhere that gives you great information, or you’re just having a glass of wine with a friend and suddenly an awareness comes up about something that is asking for change. The whispers from your business never shows up how you think it will. If you ask it to create with you, it will. The “how” is never going to make sense.


Business, will you make me money?

Money is not the only reason for business, but are you asking for it? Let your business know that making money is its job. You may be aware of possibilities but stay in question to allow everything you’re receiving to be exponentially greater.


Talking to your business is a totally different concept. It’s not about creating from those Monday morning blues or that panic to get everything done by Friday. Ask questions from a place of being in communion with your business and creating with it, versus dictating to it or having tons of expectations of it.


If you were willing to choose the art of talking to your business, what would your business tell you?


Simone Milasas is a lady who knows how to be a woman, who sees the joy of possibility and future and knows that there is the prospect of possibility in every choice and every new way to see how business is a source for creation. Simone has worked in many different industries around the world. She has owned companies, created them, managed them, and changed them, all with an enthusiasm to invite people to a different possibility in the world. Find out more at simonemilasas.com 

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