Burning your business plan is the latest craze. We talk about why having and using a business plan helps you get clarity, align your goals, and set revenue targets to help you stay on track. Sandra Hughes also recommends building your business as a side hustle. Listen to this episode to learn why and how.
How do small business owners and entrepreneurs differ?
The differences affect things like goal-setting and decision making. We also talk about why the entrepreneurial spirit is important and how to engage with other effectively when exercising your entrepreneurial muscles.
Jen and Liz riff on the Oxford Dictionary’s Word of the Year and the short list. Last week we talked about gratitude.
Let’s just start with the basics. What is gratitude? It’s the quality of being thankful.
Every year at Thanksgiving time, messages constantly tell us how important it is to be thankful.
First, let’s acknowledge that not everyone considers Thanksgiving a time to be thankful. Just last week I talked to a Native American woman who told me she doesn’t eat at all on Thanksgiving Day because she doesn’t acknowledge it as a holiday to celebrate.
This episode is all about gratitude. Not Thanksgiving style, everyday style. We talk about how gratitude makes you a better leader, starting with surrender — and appreciating your own life so you can appreciate the people you work with and for.
It’s a little bit early for Christmas (for some people), but as it turns out Santa Claus has some stellar ideas — especially when it comes to his methods of choosing who gets presents! You know what I’m talking about… He’s making a list. He’s checking it twice.
Allison Kinnear shares her personal experiences with Imposter Syndrome on her journey to become a leader in the field. If you’ve ever felt like a fraud or thought that vulnerability is a weakness, it’s important to know you’re not alone. This episode offers tons of strategies to help you realize your power.
Emotional spending — especially on all those too-good-to-be-true tech tools and apps — distracts you from your budget, goals, and dreams.
Recently I talked about how to build a rock-solid foundation for a rock-solid business and why getting the basics of your business right is key to having a successful business. Today, we’re going to build on that foundation and discuss how to choose your projects without blowing your business or your technology budget!