If your intention with your blog, podcast, website, products, or services is to provide something that people might want, then is that really the type of business you want to be in? Setting intentions can help you build confidence, focus on what matters most and create your best work.
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There are several ways to prevent burnout depending on your individual situation. In this episode I talk about the most important step every entrepreneur needs to take, along with 7 habits to prevent burnout day in and day out.
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It's no wonder so many of us start something - a blog, a website, a podcast - and then grow incredibly impatient wondering where our momentum is. Physics teaches us that momentum is just that: a mass in motion. Nevermind how it got started in the first place, or why the velocity might be stronger in some cases versus others. What physics never taught us about momentum is all the work that comes before the motion: the force. In this episode, I talk about that force and how you can create it.
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You're working on creating and growing your new business, and at the same time, you're trying to spend time with your family, perhaps still working your 9 to 5, and also desperately searching for those precious last seconds to spend on taking care of yourself. How do you find the right balance? How do you continue making sacrifices day in and day out to help move your business forward AND prevent burnout at the same time? In this episode I ask several successful entrepreneurs this question. Listen in to hear their advice and tips for preventing burnout.
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In this episode I chat about my experience on a recent workcation where I had the opportunity to mastermind with 3 amazing entrepreneurs: John Lee Dumas, and Jill and Josh Stanton of Screw The Nine to Five. During our mastermind session, we did hot seat rotations, which really led me to discovering something powerful: a focus.
As entrepreneurs, we deal with doubt A LOT. Trouble is, doubt is the exact thing that holds us back; it prevents us from taking that next step forward. It steals our confidence and kidnaps our hope. Given this knowledge, how can we squash doubt in order to help propel ourselves forward? I talk about how in this episode.
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It's tough not to jump ahead. Of course we want to know what the end result of our actions will be, but when we focus our attention on the future, we lose focus of the things we're doing right now. Choose to create your future through the actions you take today.
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In this episode I discuss the dreaded writer's block and share an exercise to help you get started next time you find yourself staring at a blank screen.
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Being an entrepreneur shouldn't be about making a quick buck. Being an entrepreneur should be about discovering what truly resonates with your authentic self, and then turning that into a passion-driven, viable business that helps fill a need or desire that other people have.
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Are you really willing to give up your dreams - your passions, your freedom, your time - because you’re afraid that now is "not the right time"? There is no such thing as the right time. Every entrepreneur who has achieved success has done so by believing they could do something, and knowing that in order to get moving in the right direction, they'd have to just start.
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