The key to success in 2022 (or any year, really)? Visual accountability. Listen in this week and I’ll share exactly how to make it happen!
Don’t get overwhelmed by content this year. It’s okay to find what works for you and then grow your content strategy from there.
Create authentic mission, vision, and value statements to serve as a compass for your business in times of overwhelm, transition, or future-thinking.
On this week’s short and sweet episode, I’m sharing about the value and importance of celebrating wins regularly, how to make it a regular practice, and what to do with your list of wins when it’s ready.
Annual planning can move your business ahead with big picture goals. Counteract your brain biases with tactical strategies for scheduling and prioritizing.
We might not escape personal health challenges, but the entrepreneurial thinking we use to build our businesses can aid in our resilience and recovery.
On this week’s episode, we’re talking all things brain bias. Because if you’re a business owner, whether you’re neurodiverse or not, you have these and more holding you back. And we want to make sure they’re less of a factor in 2022.
And that’s the reason why I share the bankruptcy too. Because I want people to know that there is no shame when they, when they start working with me, right? Or use any of my products. Like, you know, this is someone who got to really the, I guess rock bottom, you would say, of the finances, because even though people think this is a Get Out of Jail Free card, the bankruptcy follows you around for 10 years. You still owe debt. So it’s not like zero at the end of the day.
I think it’s really common when we’re feeling overwhelmed to fall into the practice of productive procrastination. Maybe that shows up like rewriting your master list, maybe you already have, you know, your to do list either in a notebook or in whatever task management software you use. And it’s all spelled out. But you decide to rewrite everything because it gives you that sense that you’re doing something. But the reality is, it’s already there for you and you’re not actually doing the work, you’re just kind of, you know, going back through and reorganizing and kind of revisiting it.