Setbacks can be something as little as you have to reroute your day and they can be something so monumental that you want to just crawl in your bed and stay there for the next week—or month.
“What you think is what you are.” Nothing in the world feels truer than the things we tell ourselves within our mind. So how do we manage those self-inflicting thoughts that quite nearly drain our confidence and motivation to do or be more?
Let’s face it, approaching toxic people and saying, “You know what? I’m good. We’re not going to do this anymore,” is probably one of the more harder things to do as a human. Especially if you’re not sure how to identify these people from the start.
One of the hardest parts about becoming a business owner is deciding when to make the transition from “passionate side hustle + a full-time job” into “my full-time job = my passion.” Although the process is different for everyone, there are definitely some frameworks to have in place.
After almost 12 years in business, I could tell my fair share of horror client stories with you. I’ve worked with absolutely perfect people and others that have left my team and me in tears. But those dream clients are 110% obtainable – it only takes these few steps.
You are anxious, you are overwhelmed. You’ve got so many things going on that you feel like if you turn your head the wrong direction, all the sands gonna drop. So how do we set those boundaries?
Do you ever find yourself saying, “If I knew then what I know now, there is no way in HELL that I would be doing this”? On this episode of The Gutsy Podcast, we get into the heads of entrepreneur’s as they provide business advice they’ve learned along their journey.
Guest Blog, by Kelsey Lorman: Your comfort zone can seem like a beautiful, safe place. It is where you feel confident and in control. But once you overcome the fear of letting go, you allow an opportunity for growth and success.
A lot of people associate empathy with weakness, but after really exploring and understanding it more myself, I realized that couldn’t be further from the truth. Empathy is truly a superpower. It’s a chance to feel some of the most beautiful, colorful emotions that have ever existed.
You are your business and your business is you, so your brand should be an extension of who you are at your core.