Entrepreneur or not?

There comes  a point when you run your own business when you have to answer one question. And it’s a doozy. It’s one that changes everything.

Are you a business owner? Or are you playing at it? Here’s the difference.

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Comparisonitis

Been on Facebook recently and been deluged by everyone in the world telling you how great they are doing and how awesome their business is. Yeah? Me too. It can be tough. Especially when things don't feel …..quite so amazing in your own life.

Comparison is a killer. It's probably the number one Dream Killer. If this is you today; take a minute. Close Facebook down (No, really close it down).

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Compassion in Practice

People have to want to be helped. Or coached. They have to be ready. They have to want to change. Not “oh that sounds interesting” ready but “ this must change” ready.

You cannot do the work for them. It’s not about you. It’s about them. They need to be prepared to do the work for themselves.

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More than 9 to 5

It seems like there should be more. What about those crazy folk who are all find a job you love and you’ll never work another day and follow your passion. Are they for real? Because that’d be….kinda nice actually. Well love, yes they are real but what they actually mean is, if you love what you do, you don’t mind doing the work (mostly). Not quite the same.

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Just get started!

There is no such thing as perfection. It just doesn’t exist - at least not this side of heaven. The website won’t be perfect first time, the copy could be better and the audio could be sharper. And it will always be this way. Everyone can always do it better. This is a good thing, it’s what keeps us getting better. It’s also a giant headache because it’s what keeps us stuck.

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Sisterhood

Sisters connected by community. Women standing together with women. Lots of chatter these days about women supporting women. That’s good stuff.

Where women fall down is not ability or skill; it’s belief.

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