Crank, Creak, Thud. Who is in charge here?

Crank, Creak, Thud. Who is in charge here?

When you started your business you probably did a lot of things on your own. To save money, to learn the ropes…Yes and yes!

But what got you here won’t get you to the next level, and the DIY approach keeps potentially incredible businesses stuck in the same gear.

Friends, you gotta get out of your own way.

It’s really uncomfortable to step back and let someone help you. But you know what? The biggest challenge is in your mind. It’s not nearly as hard as you think.

And there is someone who can do MOST of your job better than you. Yeah, I said it.

So what will YOU do if you replace part of yourself in your business? You shine, that’s what. You see what you’re capable of and how it’s so much bigger than the version of you that was turning the crank.

I like you, but I’m not buyin’ it.

Stuck is a feeling. Excuses are the cause. We all have stories that we tell ourselves about “the way things are.” But stories are a convenient way to excuse ourselves from making change. *When you’re too busy. *When your situation is too unique and complicated to find...

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Boost Your Brain: The Four Tendencies

I am definitely a morning person, but that doesn’t mean I jump out of bed at sunrise and dive into a cold pool – Tony Robbins style. In fact, it usually means the opposite – a slow roll, lots of thought around breakfast (despite always having a protein shake, I still...

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Being the Creator of your story.

I keep a journal of quotes and ideas that I come across, and refer to it at times when I need insight (usually something I can't quite put my finger on) or a reminder to keep myself grounded.  This is from the book The Alchemist, and when I first heard it - because I...

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Revv it up, Part 5: Your ACTION Plan

Revv it up, Part 5: Your ACTION Plan Over the last several weeks we’ve been breaking down the 5 (simple) steps to plan for your best year in business.  If you’re just joining us, take a look at what we’ve covered so far: Week 1: A year in review Week 2: Bigger...

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Revv it up, Part 4: Money Talks

Revv it up, Part 4: Money Talks Finally, that 10 gallon hat in the back of your closet has a purpose to serve.  You’re going to cover it in glitter, mod podge some dollar bills and the loose change you found on the sidewalk, and put that puppy on.   It’s time to talk...

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Revv It Up, Part 3: Set specific goals

Revv It Up, Part 3: Set specific goals If you’ve been in business a while and are working on growing, leveraging your time, or just getting A LOT busier next year then Revv It Up is your ticket.  Here’s what we’ve covered so far: Revv It Up, Part 1: Review and assess...

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