Posts tagged business
How to Get Work Done When You Don't Want to Work

From playlists to the Pomodoro Technique, I share my most effective productivity go-tos for powering through those essential but tedious tasks we all have to do in our lives and businesses. By adding a healthy dose of strategy and mood-altering feel goods, you’ll get unpleasant work out of the way in order to have time to focus on what you enjoy value most.

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Are You Over-functioning in Your Life and Business?

When you’re a mom, life can run you ragged if you let it. If you’re like every mompreneur I know, you’re probably overfunctioning. Figuring out what your capacity is means establishing how much room is in your life to make time for your business, your family, and your overall well being.  Join me as I dig deeper to identify four specific areas of capacity in order to determine what our threshold is for each.



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5 Sure Fire Ways to Warm Up Your Cold Audience with Community

Building community with your audience can be an invaluable tool as you build your business. It provides a hands-on way for you to connect with your ideal client and learn from them as you work to serve them well.

Within a connected community, you can learn to identify the problems and frustrations of your customers, and if you’re a really good listener, sell them the products and services your offer in order to help them overcome those challenges.

There’s a little bit of work to consistently grow and support a thriving group filled with the people you desire to work with, but if community building aligns with you and your business, it will be so worth it.





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3 Easy Ways Mompreneurs Can Receive Positive Validation

The journey we travel to growing a successful business is one that requires certain types of “fuel” in order to stay the course.

We’re only human, right?

As humans, it is unrealistic to think that we can thrive long-term without a few key fueling elements of self-care, and one of them is having a consistent flow of affirming validation along the way.

And as mompreneurs, falling a bit short of our revenue goals is often a part of our new business experience, so we must open our minds to identifying all of the other validating truths in our lives that provide irrefutable evidence of our progress as well as the impact our work is having on the people we serve.

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