Ready for Sustainable Success?
If you’ve been struggling to grow your business and actually have time for a life, you’re not alone. Most women entrepreneurs find themselves working way too hard because they are trying to do #ALLTHETHINGS to grow their business.
But the truth is – you don’t have to be everywhere or follow all the rules to be successful. You can create sustainable success on your terms. I’m here to show you how.
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There's a big reason why so many women entrepreneurs are finding themselves stuck in their business. Despite all of the courses, all of the late nights, all of the Googling for answers, they find...
But why do we think we need to reinvent the wheel?
I’m all about keeping it simple – in life, and in business.
I have a capsule wardrobe, my family meal preps many of the same meals each week (any other taco Tuesday people out there?), and I still use many of the same practices after 10 years of business!
I get it – my methods don’t seem very exciting.
But you know what is exciting?
Weekly date nights with my husband.
Being able to drop everything when my kids get sick.
Taking an entire month off last year and letting my business run itself.
This week on Promote Yourself to CEO, I’m giving you a preview of my upcoming three-part series, The Unsexy Secrets to Sustainable Success. This series will be all about what it really looks like and really takes to be a successful entrepreneur in today’s world. Today’s episode focuses on how I knew at different points that it was time to make a change in my business – from introducing CEO Retreats, to shutting down Sweet Spot Strategy, to releasing the CEO Collective this year.
You know the feeling – shoulders down, heart open, 100% accepted.
That’s how it feels to truly belong.
But in a world of Facebook groups and networking, it can be hard to distinguish what we are just JOINING and where we will truly BELONG.
We all want to be a part of those communities where people really care about each other and reach out when things seem off.
But more often than not, we’re left lacking that deep connection that we’re craving.
Because building communities needs to be intentional. As I prepare to launch the CEO Collective in a few months, I’ve seen this firsthand. I’m building a place for women entrepreneurs to BELONG – and that won’t happen by default. This week on Promote Yourself to CEO, I’m talking about the difference between joining and belonging, what it means to lead a community, and how we can help others belong in our communities.
Here’s what you’ll hear on this episode:
3:30 The conversation I had with a client that got me thinking about this topic and inspired a lot of the decisions I’ve made for the CEO Collective.