This blog is a bit of my studentship, too. How can we place ourselves most optimally in our professional lives, given the interdependent nature of our (relative) reality?
One of the most frequently viewed posts on this blog is about business partnership. I wrote it in 2007, and have watched the numbers grow since then. At first, I wondered why the post drew readers.
But when you google for information on partnership, much of what you find is focused on "what":
- What form of corporation should you choose?
- What are the components of a partnership agreement?
- What percentage of the company will you own?
"How" is even more important. Primarily, how will the partners work together to set and meet their individual and shared goals? (Including jointly finding answers to all of the "what" questions.)
When I was asked to write a business article for a website serving Anusara students and teachers in our area, I jumped on the opportunity to put a yoga lens on partnership, via an interview with Virayoga owners Elena Brower and Lynn Hazan-Devaul.
So, regular readers and web-seekers interested in one yoga perspective on business partnership may click here (and scroll down the page) for "Elemental Truths About Yoga and Business Partnership". (Down the road, I may cross-post this article...)
And if you arrived here from the Trikula News site, click here for "Business Partnership: 3 Important Questions".
However you arrived at my blog, thanks for visiting!
(and thanks to flickr's Valentina Powers, who allowed use of Yoga On the Bridge under a Creative Commons license)