At the beginning of our businesses, there’s a mistake so many of us make that can hobble us for ages. Unwinding it starts with a little story about a can opener. ;>
It’s been a gradual stripping away along this entrepreneurial journey, and now I get it, the most valuable thing I sell.
Sales page not moving your offer or product the way you imagined? Don’t be so quick to blame your price. Maybe it’s really your So What.
The reason I’m bad at bowling has nothing to do with fate. Also file under: another wise thing my husband said.
In which I realize that I don’t care about vision boards. Anyway, who says I have to?
Hey month of April? I’m sorry I talked shit about you. Really. You were amazing. Now that a run set me straight.
When is a hamper more than a hamper? When it not only does its job with a certain panache, but also lets you see how scarcity still blocks your joy.
Just when I was starting to think I needed separate social accounts for life and business, my buddies set me straight. No separation. That’s real success.
Woah, the entrepreneur life can be intense. Here’s how an analog old-school tool keeps me calm and clear in the driver’s seat.
When things get tough, when things get scary, it’s amazing what a little oxygen can do. Courage is as close as your next breath.
In which a noisy parrot totally breaks my concentration and then manages to teach me such a crucial business lesson.
As entrepreneurs we can get so used to Hustling that we just assume it’s just part of the work we’re engaged in. But what if it’s not? What if it’s just so much static on the line?
Pushback on price from a client? That’s a good thing. Because you are not for everyone.
There will come those times when you think, I can’t. When nothing goes according to plan, and you’re aghast and breathless and you think, Oh hell no. Do it anyway.
On the fourth anniversary of my business’s founding, I’m reminded to celebrate my wins, drink champagne, eat cake. :)
Now that I’m basically writing job descriptions for people to come on board and help me scale this biz, I realized → I need a job description, too. As CEO, what’s my responsibility? What’s yours?
How much faster could we get to our goal if we brought others on to help us, if we just traded dollars for Done?
When one’s pretty well-laid plans for 2018 go out the window in the very first month of the year, well, that’s a good thing.
Want to really get a grip on your Hustle-to-Chill Ratio? Grab a hold of how you spend your time. Set a timer on what you do, and break up with Inbox Zero.
How falling into a multi-day funk led me to what this year is really about for me. How the work feels matters, so why shouldn’t it feel exactly how you want?
Yeah, there’s a reason why this was the very first cruise I’d ever been on in my life. But guess what? Turns out it was just what I needed, though not in the way you’d expect.
The first two days of vacation, I realize now on Day 3, are really all about a gradual lowering of expectations, of standards, if you will, as you shift away from Doing and more into Being. This transition is not an easy one, and may be accompanied by feelings of irritation, restlessness, grumpiness, and a contradictory overwhelming desire to sleep.
What those questions you’re asked over and over again in your work, can do for you. Yes, they give you wings. So: use them. Fly.
How your business is right now is no big mystery. The good news? If your system leads to your results, then guess what you can do?
Getting away from my business for a three-day conference (even though it’s my favorite one ever) was not easy. But oh, the massive benefit of Pressing Pause and building a runway for big ideas to land.
I think we coach what we ourselves most want to learn. And here’s what doing the homework for the group course I’m leading taught me, again, about why your own story, your lived experience, is always and forever the right starting point in your work.
Pssst, what it’s really about? Connection, baby. Ease. Wisdom.
This has been such an intense year so far. Nine whole months of intense. And then last week happened: fire, devastation, ruin, loss. And inspiration to keep going, to keep going, no matter what you’re facing.
Getting Real about your numbers can be unpleasant. Believe me: I so know. In my own experience, what taking a hard look at my spending taught me about standing on my own two feet.
Is it really either/or? Are you either creative or good at business? What if the idea that it’s one or the other is a lie?