Authenticity is one of my core values. For the last couple of decades of my life my quest has been to find a way to make my income doing what I love.

If this is an interest of yours too you will be interested in a course by Tom Volkar. Tom has a blog called Delightful Work where he talks about how to find work that suits individuals.

The reason for this post is that Tom has a group program that “helps budding entrepreneurs discover the work that authentically suits them”. If this sounds like what you are after I think it is well worth checking out.

14 Comments to “Authentic Business”

  1. I found your site through Tom Volkar. I am particurlarly intereted in the information you have posted about cancer becasue my son was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 36 last year. I look forward to reading more.

  2. Hi Evan – I found you through Tom, too. Just a quick perusing of your categories list tells me I need to get these kids off to school, get another cup of coffee, and settle in for some interesting reading!

  3. Hey Evan, thanks for the link love and the mention of my program. We share a love for authenticity. I saw it in your post title and I couldn’t resist clicking through. What a pleasant surprise to find your recommendation.

    If your readers would like to experience some authentic community building all they need to do is come on over and join us at no cost or obligation. But they do need to be themselves.

  4. Evan says:

    Hi Susan,

    There are whole sites dedicated to cancer if you wish to pursue this (they vary in approach and quality of course). I only post about it occasionally.

    Thanks for visiting.

  5. Evan says:

    Hi Suzanne,

    Hope you got the kids to school, and enjoyed the coffee and reading!

    Thanks for visiting.

  6. Evan says:

    Hi Tom,

    I hope lots of people join. We need more authentic people in our world and more support for people finding their authentic selves – like you offer.

    Thanks for visiting.

  7. I found your site from Tom Volkar’s experiment. Being authentic is also one of my core values. I’ll be sure to return to your site to read more!

  8. Evan says:

    Thanks Stacey. Great to have you on board.

    Thanks for dropping by and for your comment.

  9. John says:

    A pleasure to meet you through your blog and a thanks to Tom Volkar for sending me your way. I look forward to hearing more about your connection to authenticity – a core value of mine as well.

  10. Evan says:

    G’day John,

    In the sidebar there is a link to a little more about my approach to authenticity.

    I hope to be adding some more to it soon (links and things).

    Thanks for dropping by.

  11. Tom is a great guy. I’ve talked with him over the phone and I would recommend almost anyone to hire him. It’s always good to have someone to help you see your business with more clarity.

  12. Evan says:

    Hi Karl,

    Thanks for taking the time to comment.

  13. John D says:

    Hi Evan – Thanks for this reference. I share you goal of deriving income from something I love – writing online. Also, you might check the latest post on my blog – message for you. Take care.

    John D

  14. Evan says:

    Thanks John.

    I’m a bit behind on my feeds at the moment (I leave your blog until I have time to read it properly) due to working through some relationship issues and studying for an exam.

    I’ll check it out now.

    Hope life is good with you.


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