Mike Dooley is the force behind TUT, the most charming Web site and purveyor of inspiration I’ve ever had the pleasure to experience. Stephen Sloan, a man of many gifts and most recently co-founder of The Bainbridge Institute, put me on to Mike, and I believe Stephen’s mother, Anna Barczay Sloan was Stephen’s introduction.
Moving right long, the reason I bring up Mike Dooley in a blog for accidental entrepreneurs who, ostensibly, need help with their small businesses, is that Mike has it going on both as an entrepreneur and as a spiritual trailblazer. I kid you not. TUT is growing rapidly — apparently TUT was recently mentioned on Oprah– yet the site and its founders retain a refreshing air of childlike adventure and enthusiasm.
Most inspirational sayings just piss me off, but when I receive a Note from the Universe, (a free service from TUT – never spam), I feel special. That may not impress you, but it impressed the heck out of this oft-jaded and email weary critter.
Oh, and then there are Mike’s audio programs. I didn’t even consider investing in these until I’d been receiving the Notes for over a year. But in time I realized that I was hungry for more, for more lightness, more vision, and more silly yet certain proclamations of my place in the Universe.
Your mileage may vary; however if I were you and I were looking for a single audio program to use in the year ahead as a source of inspiration, encouragement, lightness, and vision, I’d look not further than Mike Dooley’s Infinite Possibilitites. The links in this post will take you to a page where you can learn more. And if you want to take a test drive, like I did, click on The Notes in the menu bar at the top of the page.
As Mike would say, “Jambo, fellow adventurer!”