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Boundaries are a CEOs Best Friend

Boundaries are a CEOs Best Friend

When you’re first getting started in your business – YES is our go-to answer to nearly every question.

“Hey, can we meet up for coffee?” 
“Are you available to meet at 8 o’clock in the evening?” 
“Can we add this… and this… and this to our project?”

Yes!

Suddenly you’re saying yes to so many things that it starts to get out of control. As your business starts to grow and you take on more clients and you have more going on – all those YESes start to mean NO to doing the CEO level work that you need to focus on.

In this episode, we are talking about boundaries – a CEOs best friend – so that you can get more confident and comfortable saying NO so you can do the work you are truly here to do.

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Values Based Leadership and Becoming an Imperfect Ally with Erica Courdae

Values Based Leadership and Becoming an Imperfect Ally with Erica Courdae

Being a CEO means rumbling with tough topics, standing for our values, and leading our organizations and businesses with conviction and purpose.

It also means we don’t have all the answers – and it’s OK to ask for help, support, and education so we can do better.

In this episode, we are talking with Erica Courdae about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and becoming an Imperfect Ally

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Are You Making CEO Level Work a Priority?

Are You Making CEO Level Work a Priority?

You are an entrepreneur. You're a business owner. You're the CEO! ...but you're probably also the manager, the employee, the bookkeeper, the keeper of the inbox, and a one-woman marketing team. We tend to wear a lot of hats and entrepreneurship can get overwhelming...

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