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Balancing work, family, church callings and more is challenging. If you feel like you can rock one at a time, but not all of them at once, you aren’t alone and I can help
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.
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 [fusebox_track_player url=”https://www.buzzsprout.com/1004800/9831186-102_how-to-overcome-perfectionism-as-a-mompreneur-w-ceri-payne.mp3?download=true” background=”#ffffff” title=”How to overcome perfectionism as a mompreneur w/Ceri Payne” social=”false” ] Show Notes: Perfectionism can prevent
Setting goals and achieving them can feel so overwhelming, especially as a mompreneur. Olympic silver medalist, Noelle Pikus Pace, is sharing some of her top strategies for helping yourself and your kids learn how to feel more confidence as you go after your goals.
We did it! We made it to the 100th episode of The Goodness Squad podcast. As a thank you to all of you for going on this journey with me, I am highlighting you. You will hear about women just like you, in the trenches of motherhood and building an online business. They are also sharing the most personally impactful episodes of TGS podcast. If you’re just discovering the podcast, these are some great places to start.
Are you suffering from an unhealthy dose of perfectionism? In my experience, that is a good majority of LDS mompreneurs. You have to let go of the mindset that you can’t put your work out there unless it’s A+ level work. Today, I’m sharing 5 compelling reasons why.
What if you actually had more time for your business and all the other priorities in your life? It is possible and Ceri is sharing how you can find it. Learn how to change your thoughts, set your priorities and then evaluate your process so you can truly enjoy your life.
You had your great idea and spent all your time and energy working on it. You got the ball moving, but then all the excitement started to wear off. Now you face the reality that in order to move your business forward and actually make money, it will require consistent effort. I’ve been there, that phase where the reality is not as exciting as the initial burst of energy. Here are 7 ways I have found to find some motivation to continue working on your business when you just don’t feel like it.
It is possible to grow your business, make money and spread goodness. Misty Marsh shares 21 tips for finding the time to do all three.
So you feel like you’re supposed to keep building your business. You’re confident in that decision. You put in the hours, you create the awesome products and content, but you’re still just not seeing the results you are hoping for. What now? Move your business forward with these five smart tips so you can feel unstuck.
Being a mompreneur can be so incredibly hard at times. Especially as Latter-day Saint moms. The guilt of wondering if spending time growing a business is damaging our relationship with our children is real! After hearing some of your comments and concerns surrounding this, I asked my own kids what they do and don’t like about my business. I think we can all learn a lot from their honest responses.
This episode is for all of you who need to know that you can be a good mom and a thriving entrepreneur. Today I’m interviewing one of my absolute favorite women, Sarah Allred. She is diving deep into some of the lessons she has learned through starting (and sometimes dwindling) several businesses. Her pure joy for this work is infectious and she is spilling the beans on why it’s so important for you to share parts of your personal journey with other women trying to be both Mom and Entrepreneur.
Planning out your day is so super important. It can truly help you create a successful life – in business and in your personal life. And I try to do that. I even know what my ideal routine looks like. Today, I’m pulling back the curtain and giving you a sneak peek of what that looks like for me – as an ideal and reality.
Procrastination steals something precious from us – it steals time that we can never get back. This is how I stop procrastinating (and sometimes win).
If you want to be successful in business and all the other areas of your life, it is essential for you to say No sometimes. Think of your time as another type of bank account to help you stop feeling guilty every time you say No.