Trying to do everything in your business on your own will lead to burnout and resentment. If you truly want to run a successful online business, there are some things and people you need to get help from.
When it comes to your business, there are certain people whose advice you really need to consider. And there are certain people you need to stop asking for advice. There is a very common mistake I see women make all the time, I’m even guilty of it myself. But, if you really want to build a business that serves the right people and makes you money this is a very important tip.
If you have ever thought that building a business on Instagram is enough, then this episode is for you. Websites are still alive and strong and you need one if you want to build a business that lasts. You need a website and here are 3 reasons why it’s so important to have one and how it actually helps you serve people better.
When you hit a roadblock in your business, how do you feel? If you’re like the majority of women, roadblocks often make you want to quit. I love how Jacqlin talks about overcoming mental roadblocks by giving them airtime. Your business can thrive if you stick with it. But, you need to put in the effort to find the blessings in your business.
Your mindset is one of the biggest indicators of your success. This is something we all struggle with and it’s never a bad thing to add more tools to your toolbox. Becky Kemp is sharing her unique approach to mindset in this episode. I think you’ll be surprised by how simple it can truly be to shift your mindset with just one word.
Comparison is the thief of joy. We’ve all been caught in the comparison trap at one time or another. But, we don’t have to stay there. Kay West, founder of A Worldwide Sisterhood, shares her thoughts on creating a community of women worldwide that supports one another. When we each use and strengthen our talents, we are creating space for other women to do the same.
The Goodness Squad Podcast Episode #102 Show Notes: Perfectionism can prevent you from moving forward in your business. That’s why I have always believed in and preached Done is better than Perfect. Maybe you don’t agree with that phrase though. Ceri Payne is back to share her thoughts on why it just might be possible …