Do you ever find yourself daydreaming about writing your own book? A book that somehow allows you to demonstrate your skill sets related to your area of expertise, that could also establish you as a credible source in your field? Though writing your own book may seem like a tedious or overwhelming task, it doesn’t have to be, and it can actually lead you on the path to expanding your brand and influence, like a catalyst that reaches out to the clients you want to work with.
As entrepreneurs, do you ever feel like your business life and your personal life are constantly in competition with one another? Have you struggled with trying to balance the two, or with finding an appropriate counter-balance?
There are so many online crowdfunding platforms these days, and for anyone considering using a service like this, the task of sifting through the sheer number of them and figuring out which one to use can be totally daunting. On the podcast this week, I chat with Chris Wynn, a Canadian filmmaker who has successfully run crowdfunding campaigns to finance films.
In Part 2 of this series, I’m sharing with you my Top 5 business and personal development habits to build, so that you can create a stronger mindset which then translates into more efficient productivity. I also touch upon the distinction between being busy and being productive.
This episode is Part 1 of a two-part series in which I’ll take you through some Top 5 resources that I personally have used or continue to use to make progress toward my business and personal goals. This week I’m focusing on sharing with you my Top 5 picks for business and mindset development books.
As an entrepreneur, whether you’re a parent or not, your sleep habits have a direct impact on your productivity and long-term success. On this week’s episode, I’ll be chatting with Shawna Rose, a Certified Pediatric Sleep Consultant who often works with families to help them improve their evening and sleep routines.
It’s a very subtle difference, but one that makes a significant difference in your business and your productivity once you actually GET it. When you’re first starting out in business, it can be HARD to distinguish the difference between working IN your business versus working ON your business
Many of us grew up believing that if we put our nose to the grindstone, work as many hours as possible and as hard as possible, somehow, at some point, we’ll become successful, whatever successful means to you.
On this week’s episode, we’re going to hear from Jennifer Vaaler, a Businesss Productivity and Home Office Strategist. She takes her concept of “coffee shop efficiency” from her barista days, and applies to the office setting, helping entrepreneurs create an efficient space that is functional and inspiring.
In 2018, it’s a given that to grow and scale your business, you need to have a strong online presence, but with all the noise on social media, how do you stand out? How you do differentiate yourself from everyone else out there who is running a similar business? More importantly, how do you create a personal brand that feels authentic to YOU and to your potential customer?