For Immediate Release
Los Angeles Business Journal
Names SoulfulLiving.com "Site of the Week"
LOS ANGELES, CA, May 11, 2000 -- The Los Angeles Business
Journal has selected SoulfulLiving.com as their "Site of
the Week." Launched January 1, 2000, the monthly guide
for whole life living explores unique themes of soulful
interest with best-selling authors and highly regarded
experts. The May issue focuses on "The Soul at Work"
and features articles by fifteen business visionaries, who
share their thoughts on such topics as spirituality in
business, maximizing creativity and human potential in the
workplace, and honoring one’s soul purpose and calling.
In their review, the Los Angeles Business Journal says
"Self-help detractors, beware. SoulfulLiving.com is
geared toward self-reflection addicts, and this month the site
is focusing on "The Soul at Work…. The excerpts and
essays are generally short, meaning they're less of a
commitment and far more palatable than a lengthy self-help
book. For those long toying with jumping to a new job or
career, SoulfulLiving.com may hold the words to inspire that
The Founder and Soul of SoulfulLiving.com is a 33-year-old
Los Angeles native with a background in marketing, public
relations, art, journalism, and computer graphics, who
discovered her soulful calling through her father’s passing
two years ago. "He was a very wise and soulful man and a
great inspiration to me. Through my mourning process, I found
peace, hope and purpose in soulful living. I receive great
satisfaction from visitors who tell me the site inspires them
and enhances their lives."
"I am thrilled that the Los Angeles Business Journal
has honored SoulfulLiving.com," she says. "It is
very exciting to be featured on the same page as Yahoo and
Next on the busy agenda of SoulfulLiving.com's Founder,
which includes a full time job as a marketing manager, is to
bring soulful living to the world. She is preparing a business
plan and identifying a CEO and strategic partners who are also
on a soulful path. She believes "business is in the
hopeful process of integrating head and heart and is a
reflection of the larger culture. SoulfulLiving.com's mission
is to support the increasing numbers of individuals living
from their souls both in and outside of business."
"Recognition by publications like the Los Angeles
Business Journal confirms that our work is beginning to have
impact, for which I am grateful."
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