• http://ithunderbird.com/ Xavier Hawk

    Love this convo Tad. The hardest thing i ever did was “accept” my niche. What you have said about your darkest unexpressed self work that needs to be done being your perfect niche is right on.

    Initially I wanted the glitzy glamorous niches that produced financial capital. TOTALLLLLLY fulfilling right? NAAAAAH.

    Did it help me make money? Sure. Is my life better off for having trod that path? Damn straight. but it wasn’t who I really was.

    That’s prob because I deep down KNEW what I needed to work on, AND more importantly my niche is my LIFESTYLE.

    Dawg, if it fits in my day to day of being a husband, father to three, organic farmer, and self reliant homesteader, then it maintains harmony and balance in my life.

    Its not glitzy or glamorous, Its not a particularly ‘Hot” niche, but it
    helps me do the inner work that is so vital to being happy and
    fulfilled and truly rich.

    It was hard to get there. Looking at aspects of myself that weren’t in accord with my integrity in a raw and honest way was difficult. And, i didn’t do it by going to seminars, or workshops, etc.

    I did it by being in relation with someone who is as committed to living in alignment with ones honor and integrity as i am.

    I did it by becoming a father.

    And, I did it by being honest with myself.

    Keep up the great work Tad.
    -X

  • deb4peace

    I just found you! I feel like I’m coming home. Great stuff. Thank you!!!!

  • http://marketingforhippies.com Tad Hargrave

     beautiful hawk!

  • http://marketingforhippies.com Tad Hargrave

    welcome! so wonderful to have you here.
     

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