Let’s discuss ways to close out the year, shall we?
Going for the ask inspire of what happened in the past. This week’s episode discusses a number of topics. Mainly why asking is difficult and what to do about it. I will say I unexpectedly got emotional. Get ready!
In this episode, we’re going for another walk together. I’m sharing a big announcement that demonstrates how we’re going for no. For those who are a part of our book club, they understand what this means. Focusing on no goals is completely changing our approach to prospective clients and taking risks. This is only the beginning. I’m hoping you’ll join me in going for NO!
In this episode, we’re going for a walk together. Put on your sneakers, let’s go. Sharing a few things I’ve started to be more intentional about as we shift to new, new normals.
Taking the jump from employee to business owner mentally requires an own it mentality. Get out of the frame of thinking that says you need to ask someone and get permission.
There’s no more asking for permission.
Your business, your baby, you are responsible for it all. The rewards, the misses, the highs, the lows, the lessons. You own all of that.
No more waiting for someone to tell you what’s okay and what’s not okay in your business. Who are they? They are not the owner.
I could go on and on, however I’ll let you watch the rest in this week’s podcast episode!
This week’s episode, I give all the details in this week’s podcast episode. I’m revealing our book for Book Club and what we should be doing in these times of turmoil and tragic events from one day to the next. I know it’s hard pushing through, however, if you’re running a business you must keep pushing in spite of it all.
In this episode, we discuss how our personal and professional lives have collided as there is grieving, mourning, frustration and anger all around. Regardless of where you stand, stand in your truth. This is what we can do. This is how we handle the collision of what you may or may not have been trying to keep separate this whole time. Enjoy and take action!
In this episode, we discuss the importance of self-care. With everything going on from work to play it’s easy to get caught up in all of the doing and leaving behind care. I also touch on how your virtual assistant business can be a spring board into other interests. There’s a lot packed into this one. Enjoy!
This week I’m emphasizing the importance of seeing what happens. Many people ask questions waiting on the sidelines for answers when all along they could have tried it out and get answers along the way. As you listen to this week’s episode, think about what you’ve been waiting for the right answers that you can start doing and see what happens.
In this particular episode, you get a peak into our 30 Days of Reading which will soon be our monthly book club. As I was on Facebook Live I knew the information shared should also be shared with our podcast audience as well. This month we’re reading The Power of Broke by Daymond John. This particular week we were on Chapter 3: Money Changes Everything. Hope you enjoy!