10 Ways To Grow Your Spiritual Business

I went fully self-employed with my spiritual business as a spiritual teacher and intuitive.  I wanted to share with you the lessons I learned along the way.

When I decided to go self-employed, I gave myself a few months to plan for it.

I only shared it with my family and a couple of friends, because I didn’t want to be swayed by other people’s opinions.

Then I spent that here making a clear, detailed plan of what I would do to ensure that this transition was as effortless and painless.

As possible, remember you are a lightworker and you’re sensitive.

You don’t want to overwhelm yourself, you want to take things easy and gradually.  

10 Ways To Grow Your Spiritual Business

Lastly, half faith that the universe and inner angels will come in and support you that will bring in ideas, people, opportunities and orchestrate circumstances to ensure that your business is a success. 


That’s because you put in the work, because you took action. Therefore the universe had to show up for you as well. You became a cooperative component of the manifestation process. You didn’t try to deny the physical world we live in.


You used it,  you worked it and, as a result, you make magic happen.

Ten Ways To Success As A Spiritual Entrepreneur

1. Find your niche that brings you in money

Do you know what your niche is? It’s something that you’re really good at and can make a lot of money from. You should find it now before someone else does.


The first step to finding your niche is figuring out what makes you happy and energised. What do you love to do so much that the more time spent doing it, the happier you are? 


If answering this question seems difficult or impossible, don’t worry! There are plenty of other ways to figure out what your niche might be.

2. Be consistent with your message

The most important thing to remember when you’re trying to create a consistent brand message is that it’s not about what you say, but how often you say it.


Once people get the first impression of your company or product, they will want more information from it. If they don’t see something new for a while, then they’ll start forgetting about your company and looking elsewhere for their needs.


There are many ways to keep up with frequency in content marketing and social media posts: You can post daily, weekly, monthly (based on the industry), etc. The point is that consistency is key to success in any endeavor – so be sure to stay on top of this!


The message you want to portray needs to be consistent across all your marketing channels. It’s important not only that you have a coherent, clear message, but that it also aligns with the tone of your brand. Your content should reflect who you are and what you stand for.

3. Be intentional about what you do

Do you know what life is about? You might think it’s about money, but that’s not true. The truth is that life really revolves around your time. What are you doing with this limited resource of 24 hours a day?


What if I told you that there was an easy way to become more efficient and productive in the things we do every day? There is! It can be as simple as changing our habits or being intentional about what we’re doing with our time.


In order for us to get better at something, whether it’s cooking or managing a team, we need to practice consistently over time. This takes discipline and patience when you’re feeling less than motivated, but once these new skills have been mastered they will become


Be intentional about what you do. It’s not always easy to figure out what we want, but when we are clear on our goals and intentions, it’s easier to stay focused in the moment. The journey of life is a complicated one, so make sure that your actions align with your values at all times by being mindful and making decisions from a place of purpose.


4. Make a plan for your spiritual business

The spiritual business world is one of the fastest-growing industries. The problem with this, however, is that there are no specific guidelines when it comes to starting a spiritual business and making sure you don’t make any mistakes along the way.


If you’re like me, your spiritual business is a one-person show. You make all the decisions and are responsible for everything that goes on in it.


It can seem daunting at times to have to make decisions about every aspect of your business, but there’s a lot of good news!


Focusing on the aspects of our business that we enjoy will not only help us stay motivated and energised, but also allow us to be more selective with those tasks we don’t care as much about.


And no matter what stage you’re in now – whether you’re just starting out or nearing retirement – planning ahead can help ensure your success in this endeavour for years to come


To get started, first take some time and decide what matters most and remember you can always hire a VA when you start making good money!

5. Keep your mind on the goal and focus

It’s easy to get distracted. There are always plenty of things vying for our attention, and it can be difficult to stay focused on the goal you want to achieve. 


The more distractions we have, the harder it is to keep our mind on what we’re doing. And when that happens, we get frustrated because we feel like life is controlling us instead of vice versa.


Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a student or just someone who wants to be more successful in life, the most important thing is to have a goal. Without one, it’s easy to get lost and frustrated.


First off, write down your top five goals on something small like index cards or Post-its (you can even use your phone). Now ask yourself: What would be satisfying about achieving this goal? How could I feel if I achieved this goal? 


Then think of what steps need to happen before and after achieving the goal – do some research about these milestones!

6. Always take ACTION!

10 ways to grow your spiritual business

What is the one thing you can do to make your life better today?


It’s not as complicated as it may seem. You just need to take ACTION!


The first thing you need to do is get into the habit of taking daily action on your

ideas. Don’t just think about them and let them slip away – write down your ideas right away in a journal or notebook for reference later on when you’re ready to start. 


When you’re ready to start with your idea, write 6 action steps per day to start with, no matter how small or big they are. JUST DO IT!

7. Coaching breeds Success

Seek counsel from others who are already successful in this area of their life.


We all have dreams and goals that we want to accomplish in our lives.


Sometimes it can be hard to figure out how to move forward toward those goals, but there are many people who have been successfully living the life you want to live.


Seek counsel from others who are already successful in this area of their life and find ways for them to help you achieve your own success.


As someone who has seen a lot of people get off track in their lives, I am here to say that you don’t have to be perfect with your whole life.


There is no shame in asking for help from others who are further ahead than you. The best thing about seeking counsel from others is that there are literally millions of people out there willing and ready to offer it!

8. Your Yearly Goals

Know what you want to achieve in the next year and how it will benefit your customers.


Every New Year, people set resolutions for themselves. Some of these resolutions are goals they want to achieve in the next year while others are personal or professional improvements they want to make.


However, setting a goal doesn’t mean that it will be achieved without understanding what you need and how you can get there.


The first step is to identify your goal. What do you really hope to accomplish in the next 12 months? Be specific about why this goal is important for you so that when other opportunities come up, this one will still be on top of your list! 


Once you have identified your primary objective, it’s time to figure out how much work and time commitment it will take and if those things are realistic given your current circumstances.

10 ways to grow your spiritual business

9. Connect With Like-minded People

Connecting with like-minded people who are also interested in spirituality and/or self-development is something that many of us want to do. Or better still get yourself a coach or a program that will show you how to set up your systems the correct way. 


After many years and thousands of £££ I really only wanted a simplified way to know how to turn my spiritual business from zero to hero, but never found it, so I created ‘How To Turn Your SpiritNeurship From Zero To Hero‘ 

10. Connect to Your Inner Guru

Meditate regularly so that you can be more present and mindful when interacting with others.

This can be overlooked sometimes, even by me! It’s not always easy to find the time in your day to take care of yourself and do things you enjoy. 


One way to make sure that you don’t lose out on self-care is by meditating. Meditation can be a great tool for focusing, reducing stress, improving concentration, and boosting productivity. 


Meditation is the practice of being present with what is happening in the moment. It’s a way to help you live more mindfully and be less reactive. Not only does it help reduce stress, but it also helps people who suffer from anxiety or depression.


So really take your time, ‘Rome wasn’t built in a day’ but you can do it the right way, by implementing the 10 ways to grow your spiritual business without giving yourself overwhelm or going into fear. If you need help, please get in touch where I can assess what energetically you and your business needs to be in the flow of success. 


I’m Ann, author of two books and the third coming soon!


I help people with their spiritual connection. My main focus is teaching ancient healing modalities which are online certified spiritual digital programs that assist people in transforming themselves for the better.


Ann Varney Spiritual and business teacher