On this week’s podcast, I open up about something that is pretty uncomfortable for me to talk about. It’s been taunting me for years and just a few weeks ago I decided to own it and share my situation with you.
Branding is fascinating because it’s the difference between someone spending $20 vs. $200 on a haircut. The same service is being performed, but the company has been positioned to create an experience that people want to be part of.
The truth is, authenticity is contagious. People admire people that are willing to go against the grain and take a risk. By being yourself, you’re influencing others to do the same.
Each person will have their own journey and circumstances, but if you have a heads up on a few things, it might help you feel a little less weirded out when and if they show up for you.
Being an entrepreneur can feel lonely and overwhelming sometimes. This is a safe place for you to tune in and hear stories of business owners just like you that say “Yes! You can!”
I’ve written a few hundred blogs in my career-span, but this one feels like the first. Over the last 12 months, I’ve been on a journey of self-reflection.
One of my favorite things to do is to dream about the future. It’s exciting to think about the possibilities that it holds and what new and exciting things we’ll get to experience.
It’s interesting how certain phrases can take someone from smiling to weeping in a matter of seconds. The things we tell ourselves can be brutal and damaging and the emotional scars that unresolved life events have on us are traumatic.
Even though I run my business from the ground, it often feels like jumping out of an airplane. Excited one moment, terrified the next, ready to take the risk then wanting to run far, far away.
Making wine isn’t a quick process. There isn’t a winery that has been an overnight success because it takes years to see a return on the product.