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Business Chakras

What are Business Chakras?

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Businesses are their own entity.  They have their own energy systems that are governed by our external environment. The external environment is based on employees, customers, and money. We could break down Business Chakras even further by departments. Each department within a business has its own set of goals to accomplish. All the employees have functions.
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Business Alignment

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Everything is energy. If businesses don’t troubleshoot the root causes of problems, the same problems (with different faces or spaces) will continue to occur over and over again. NOW, read that again!
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Tricks and Traits of Websites

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Believe it or not less is more and simplest is best. Don’t be afraid of white space. I have taken so many courses in the design aspect of websites. And trust me, it is kind of common sense. As a business owner, you want your message or your mission to be clearly interpreted.
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Why is Google Business imperative for your business structure?

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For businesses, a root chakra is the building structure, website, and anywhere these items are “seen” or appear. Google is the most well-known and most trusted web browser in the world. It is estimated that over 64% of the population prefer Chrome over any other web browser and this is the same for mobile devices (Oberlo, 2021). With that being said, if you have a business, you need to have a Google Business account.
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A Mission to Create a Content-Rich Mission Statement

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The first step towards balancing your business chakras is developing a mission statement. Think of it as the footprint of your business. It’s the first step; and then, everything else should align with this mission. When I say everything, I mean employees, leaders, all forms of marketing, development, programs, campaigns, products, and EVERYTHING.
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