Posts tagged Dream Lifestyle
Identifying Your "Queen Bee" Role & Realigning Your Focus Through Systems and Outsourcing

Kate Jones is the owner of Kate Waldo + Co. and she helps bloggers and influencers who are sick of spending countless hours on administrative work, get and stay organized with the admin tasks of their business so that they can get back to doing what they love.

In today’s episodes, we geek out a little over systems, outsourcing, and automations in your business. We're breaking down what to outsource and knowing when it's time to get support, Kate's favorite systems she uses for herself and her clients, and how to choose your "queen bee" role in your business in the beginning to allow your business to flow so much easier.

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Enriching Your Life and Business with Systems and Workflows with Sarah Williams of Rebel Office

Sarah Williams is the owner of Rebel Office and during this live episode she's sharing her go-to systems for setting up and running your business and life properly through intention setting, mindfulness and workflows. She's also sharing the importance of stepping away from your laptop to get outside every single day and soaking in the moments of gratitude to allow yourself to receive more.

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How to Build a Thriving Business With Less Hustle and More Flow with Hannah McKeel Young

Hannah is a Lifestyle Design Consultant who helps people break their goals, dreams, and desires into actionable steps and then hold them accountable so they can make it happen. In this episode, Hannah shares what exactly "lifestyle design" is and how we can apply it to businesses so we can feel more fulfilled without all the non-stop hustle, plus why she chooses to do things that feel good above all else.

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Trust, Problem-Solving, & Tolerances: Preventing Burnout While Growing an Agency from the Ground Up with Ashley Mahoney of Hello Big Idea

Ashley Mahoney, Owner & Creative Direct of Hello Big Idea, grew her creative agency from nothing. She went on an Eat, Pray, Love trip to reconnect with herself and see if she could make this idea she had work. 3 months later, she returned home with a company and began growing an agency. Today she's sharing how she's been able to grow so fast and prevent herself from burning out along the way.

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How to Know When to Invest In a Tool for Your Business

Knowing when to stay on the free plan and when it's time to upgrade to the paid plan of a tool (like Asana/Trello, Zapier, Acuity/Calendly) can be tricky. Even trickier -- when is it time to switch away from free tools to a tool that is only paid? Today I'm sharing how I go about thinking through this decision with my clients and for my own business. If you're wondering if now is the time to start paying for a tool, listen in.

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Turning Your Creative Outlet Into a Business that You Love with Ashley Hasty

A few years ago Ashley Hasty, creator of Hasty Book List, was burning out, trying to make a 4-hour (each way) commute work with a job she loved in a career she loved teaching fashion history - and she needed something to help relieve her anxiety and help her focus on the positives. So she leaned on something creative to distract herself on the long drives and help her find joy again.

She began listening to audiobooks and sharing her thoughts her blog, one book at a time. Soon she started interviewing authors and book jacket designers. And after a while authors and publishers started sending her books to read and share with her audience. In the midst of this, she hit a breaking point with her 9-5. So she gave herself permission to work on Hasty Book List exclusively and found she loved it as a business too. Today Ashley works part-time as an consultant for Universities on fashion history and manages Hasty Book List, where she blogs, does bookstore tours, interviews authors, and more!

Today she's sharing how she managed her burnout, stayed open to possibilities, and ended up turning her creative outlet into a daily blog and business.

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Navigating Anxiety, Unhappiness, and Burnout to Create Your Own Version of Success with Jessica Rodriguez

Jessica's roller coaster journey of becoming an entrepreneur starting with Jessica craving a way to gain some level of control in her life. Despite finding early success, Jessica began to struggle with anxiety and depression that was brought on by being overwhelmed and buried by work she no longer loved. Today, though, Jessica runs a business she loves helping women expand beyond their 1:1 services.

In this episode, she shares her heart, her story and the lessons she's learned along her journey. She also reminds us that to be successful in life and in your business, your happiness and mental health is paramount.

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Taking Inspired, Aligned Action & Balancing Masculine and Feminine Energies in Your Business with Kelly Marcyniuk

Kelly Marcyniuk is the founder of The Freedom Babe - a platform, brand and tribe that teaches millennial women how to design a life that makes people wonder if you even have a job. Today she’s here to teach us how to recognize and balance our two dual energies - the feminine and the masculine (or left-brain/right brain). She's also sharing how to use the two energies for our benefit in our business, what happens when the two energies get out of balance and how to fix it, and how to manifest money daily.

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Biz Real Talk: Feeling Uninspired Sometimes is Normal + What To Do About It

Everyone says owning your own business is a roller coaster full of ups and downs -- but we often only get to see the ups. Even though we all have those downs too. So today I'm breaking the silence on feeling down in your business and how we all feel uninspired sometimes. Plus I'm sharing what I'm doing to help me get re-inspired and feel connected to my business again and how you can do it too.

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How to Write Goals That You Feel Connected to and Will Actually Achieve

When you’re writing your goals, do you ever feel like you’re guessing at what you want to accomplish? Like you feel like you should be going after this thing or that thing? In this episode I’m sharing a better way to go about writing your goals and deciding where you want to be at the end of the quarter or year. 

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