This week on the podcast, professional organizer and declutter coach Wendy Zanders is taking on the critics who think that neurodivergent business owners are doomed to be unorganized for life.
As neurodivergent business owners, we’re not too much, and we shouldn’t have to try to make ourselves smaller. We can and should be ourselves, however big that is.
This week on the podcast, I’m sharing what a money power hour might look like for you.
In today’s episode, I’m sharing some of the stories you might be telling yourself and how you can reframe those stories into something that keeps you propelling forward.
Listen in this week as I share six ways you can create more momentum in your business if you’re feeling stuck right now.
Listen in as we talk about the value of the brain dumps, but the power behind the planning.
It’s all about the sparkle and swagger that you bring to the table, according to Anniedi. And I couldn’t agree more. Be sure to listen in!
This week on the podcast, Abby Herman, podcast manager and owner of The Content Experiment, interviews me on my own podcast to talk about how my business has changed over the years, how podcasting has impacted my business, what I’ve learned in the last 150 episodes, and what I’d do differently if I had to start over today.
Eman and I discuss breaking down the barriers neurodivergent people have around the current online learning structure, particularly around business courses, what accessibility could look like, why preselling is so important, and where to find the support you need around completing a course and taking action.