This week, we interview Timi Orosz from Connect One Marketing
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Timi Orosz: Impact-driven entrepreneur & game changer. Scaling up businesses that make a positive impact. Balancing her own spirituality with her love of building businesses.
Ex-CEO who resigned to live in a jungle in Sri Lanka for a few months to find an authentic business path. Now the founder of Connect One Marketing, helping purpose-driven souls to connect with each other and run successful spiritual businesses.
With a background of C-suite & director-level roles she consciously made a decision to focus on disrupting the traditional business world. To make a positive impact in the world, using business.
She’s determined to create the first, centralised resource library for businesses within the spiritual industry. Serving both spiritual businesses looking to connect with more customers and mission-driven individuals in need of support to start or manage their spiritual businesses.
She left her home country, Hungary, at the age of 18 and since then she has lived in 11 cities and 5 counties. Currently, she enjoys the island life on Tenerife.
Timi is an impatient character which she uses in a constructive manner to propel her forward to make a positive impact in the world. She’s fascinated by metaphysical studies, ancient philosophy, neuroscience, astrophysics, and creative writing.
Fun fact: she’s scared of butterflies.
- You can combine your spiritual practices and your business.
- If you aren’t in alignment with your career path, you aren’t going to be able to find meaning in it.
- We all have to label our niche in order to fully step into our soul missions.
- Authenticity, connection, and vulnerability are key in branding and connecting with clients.
- Vanity numbers don’t really equal connection and reach.
- Collaboration and networking are more important than ever.
- We are all connected.
- The shift from thinking about competitors as peers.
- The big companies look at their marketing in a much different way than smaller/solo-preneurs. It’s a lot of work AND there are people out there who want to help you by doing the tech and administrative side of things for you.
- It is soooo nice to be able to have a tech/admin team who also understands energy and spirituality.
- Consciously reaching out to the RIGHT people makes a huge difference in the energy of your business.
- It’s really OK to follow your intuition about working with or even collaborating with people. If it doesn’t FEEL good/right, don’t do it.
- The big shift to be more discerning and work only with clients you feel aligned with.
- A gut feeling is nothing but intuition, just labeled in “traditional business-speak”.
- Vulnerability and openness are super attractive and smart marketing.
- Be yourself, but in a strategic way.
- It’s a great idea to take one day a month to look back over the past month so you can tweak your business and networking strategies.
- The energy of your feelings toward your business and doing projects within it will be woven into your work.
- Pricing is an issue for a lot of spiritual entrepreneurs. You should price your services in a way that honors your true value.
- We have to earn money in this world. Money is a tool. It’s neutral.
- YOU choose the vibration of your money. You can use it for good things or you can use it for negative things.
- The more the spiritual community opens up to earning more money, the more we can change the world.
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