In this episode, I’m sharing my thoughts on creating a calmer business by setting boundaries and providing information to your clients & customers up-front.
In this episode, I share my new motto – 75 Easy! – and how it has been inspiring me to make better decisions for myself. I also discuss how we desperately need to break up with the idea that harder things are always more worthwhile, and give you a few questions to ask yourself if you’re coming up against a hard problem or phase of life.
How do we figure out what we stand for in our business? How do we get clear on our values and bring them into our businesses at every level? I’m sharing four ways to create a “mission statement” that works for your unique business.
You have a strong commitment to anti-racism and social justice as a business owner, but do your clients, peers & vendors? Here are some tips for having those tough conversations and finding your ideal collaborators & customers.
In this post, I’m sharing the specific commitments that I am making in my business and personal life to practice anti-racism and my strategies for accountability.
Every choice we make in our businesses is an opportunity to express our core values and show up more fully as ourselves. Here are five inspiring businesses that can inspire us to be more intentional and thoughtful in our business decisions.
As an entrepreneur, you probably have dozens of amazing ideas for projects and products that would serve your clients. If you’re currently struggling to decide which idea to start with, here are some of my favourite tools for making your decision.
You don’t need to spend thousands of dollars or go to Mexico in order to have a business retreat. With a bit of intention & planning, it’s possible to create your own for a fraction of the cost.
When you’re running a business, it can be hard to even take a breath during the daily madness. How do you carve out the space and time to plan ahead thoughtfully and strategically? How do you prioritize intentionality? It’s not easy, but there are some fun ways to make time for this kind of bigger-picture thinking.