Entrepreneur + Business + Tech Resources


Entrepreneur + Business + Tech Resources

I like business, I think I might actually love the art of doing business. I see it as yoga off the mat, or yoga in action. A business has the potential of being a place for spiritual practice, you know what I mean?

For example, I go to yoga a yoga class and practice things like integrity, softening, responsibility & opening to something larger. It's great. Then I leave yoga class. A switch flips in my brain and is like, "hey, it's cool to gossip now" or "it's cool to not be present while I'm serving a customer."
Well, I see business as a big fat opportunity to practice what I learn in the container of my spiritual practices - in the 'real world'. It's business disguised as a school of transformation.
My term for creating this type of business is the Entrepreneur's Ashram. Businesses are the ashrams of the future.
As I build my ashram, I'm grateful to have the support of of many different services + products. They allow me to present my offerings to the world and exchange value. 
I've gathered a lot of support from these services, blogs, books & extraordinary people (each link is set to open in a new window so you can keep coming back to this list).

My referrals are given with extreme love, care and first hand experience (these are not affiliate links with the exception of the books - because I created a lovely bookstore through amazon.com to get all of my recommendations in one place).

Online Business Technology 

Phone + Video Conferencing: Skype
Phone + Video Conference Recorder: Call Recorder for Skype
Email Marketing: MailChimp
Blogging / Content Management Platform: Drupal
Website Analytics & Stats: Google Analytics, Get Clicky
Website Design: Finxi
Twitter Tool: Timely
Tagging & Filing (stuff I find on the web) Tool: Delicious
Screencast Videos: Screenflow
Webinar: GoToWebinar
Video: Vimeo Pro, YouTube
Hosting a Virtual Live Event: Vokle
Webhosting: Siteground
Domain Name: GoDaddy
E-commerce: PayPal
File Transfer: WeTrasfer
Hiring/ Outsourcing: odesk, elance, hiremymom, Guru
Project Management: Teamly, Teamwork
Donations to Charity: Get It Done
Camera: Canon EOS D30


 Marie Forleo | Marie is a love-driven entrepreneur with stellar intentions who dishes out logical and uber practical advice on business and life (mostly for women).
Danielle LaPorte | Prepare yourself for white-hot revelations. Check out her highly reccommend book, The Fire Starter Sessions, if you want to soak up some of what she's got to offer. 
Amy Porterfield | She's the Facebook maven on the web teaching us how to actually turn the social media tool into profits + raving fans.
Matthew + Terces Engelhart | T TT sdThey are love embodied and an invitation to use business as a path to awakening. They practice this in their chain of raw food cafes in California. I could go on and on about these two, but you'll have to check them out for yourself.
Corbett Barr | In the world of online SEO and traffic, he's my trusted resource. His accessable & human approach to a topic that's crowded with scams and sleaz balls is what keeps me coming back to his site, ThinkTraffic.
Alexandra Franzen | She's a copylicious promotional wordsmith with a conscience. I dropped in on her services and boy does it feel good to have my vision communicated. Her blog, Unicorns for Socialism, offers truckloads of valuable content that I use all the time.



Rosie Kuhn | Razor sharp when it comes to getting to the heart of a matter. She'll help you have the real conversations that need to be addressed in order for you to become a leader.
Lance Pitman | He's deep and helps you dive deeper, especially in business.
Bree Luther | Wildly creative force of nature grounded in spiritually-based practices. Need I say more?


Sacred Commerce by Matthew and Terces Engelhart
Double Double by Cameron Herald
The Fire Starter Sessions by Danielle LaPorte
$100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau

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