Three Ways To Identify the Best Business Model For You

When you have an idea for a new business or project, sometimes the hardest part is getting started. Especially when it's something you're passionate or excited about, it can be tempting to dive in without a plan. The good news is that you've already conquered one of the hardest things– nailing down your idea and figuring out the work you want to do that lights you up.

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How to Validate Your Business Idea

You’ve been thinking up the next big thing, getting excited about planning and executing your idea. Right as you are about to get started, you may begin to feel a little bit of doubt. Before you get too far, check out these steps to help you validate your business idea so you don’t get too deep into that rabbit hole of doubt!

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Share Your Success: Humble-Brag About Your Hustle

You’ve been working hard, putting in extra hours, trying to get ahead of it all. You are making moves and doing great things! It is time to share - be proud of yourself! Self-promotion can be a big challenge, especially for women. We don’t want to seem cocky or boastful, but there are ways to share your successes in a way that you can feel good about. Here are some tips!

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Four Ways to Identify Your Business Superpower

Whether you're currently an entrepreneur–or maybe you're looking to start a side hustle–sometimes it can be a challenge to figure out what you want to offer people in your business. Maybe you have a ton of passions and interests and aren't sure where to start. Either way, everyone has a dominant gift–an attribute, skill or ability that is stronger than the rest. That is your business superpower.

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The Five Myths About Starting Your Own Business

It's no secret that entrepreneurship and starting your own business can get a bit over-glamorized in the media. Take one look at Instagram accounts geared towards female business owners for example, and chances are your feed will be flooded with beautiful desks and endless matcha lattes leaving you to think that entrepreneurship *must* look that pretty every day. And while, yes, owning a business can be an amazing way to do what you love, have a flexible schedule and a lifestyle that allows you to travel and have a beautiful home office, it also presents an entire new set of challenges and responsibilities that don’t necessarily exist when you work for someone else.

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Addressing Fear + Self Doubt When Working For Yourself

Working for yourself can sometimes be a lonely path, especially if you are a solopreneur. The days can be long with deadlines and the client work can pile up. In times of stress, our minds can turn to the negative stuff like fear and self-doubt. Don’t let that creep in too far. Address those concerns head-on with these tips!

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What Happens When You Stop Setting Small Goals and Start Going Big

When I work with corporate teams now, I have a reputation for pushing people to go outside their comfort zone to set big, scary goals. I am constantly challenging them to attempt the unachievable, and let me tell you, I have seen some incredible results. From crushing performance metrics to busting through deadlines, setting big goals has been revolutionary for the teams I’ve worked with.

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Five Things No One Ever Tells You About Starting Your Own Business

So you left your 9 to 5 job to pursue your dream business. Congratulations! Not everyone has the courage to choose this path, nor the grit to see it through. As you’re probably well aware, starting your very own company entails many challenges. Rest assured, however, that although entrepreneurship can be difficult, it is not impossible to succeed — as countless success stories and articles will show you.

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Five Reasons You Are Stuck In Your Business + How to Get Unstuck

Are you feeling stuck or stagnant in your work or business? We know the signs. You dread diving into work each day, your mind fixates on all the obstacles and problems in your way, and you secretly (or no-so-secretly) wish a fairy godmother would swoop down with the right answer for how to move forward in a way that feels good.

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Audit Your Life In Three Simple Steps

We all have those days when we work too hard on the wrong things, but we have to make sure that those days don’t turn into weeks or months and certainly not years. An audits will leave you with the clarity and space you need to “do you” at the ultimate level.

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LifestyleKrystal Clark
Presence Is A Present: Three Small Ways To Be Where You Are

Sometimes we neglect or delay one of our biggest responsibilities--the responsibility to look after ourselves.

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If Your Goal Is Better Money Management, Take These Steps

I stopped saying, “I’m bad at money.”  I started saying, “I’m learning about money.”

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The Mindset Shift We All Need To Tackle Expectations

Not only do expectations come from outside of us, but often times the most powerful expectations are the ones we place on ourselves for our own lives.

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Five Tips For Doing A Digital Detox

This weekend I turned off my phone, iPad, and computer for 24 hours. I didn’t send texts. I didn’t check my email. I didn’t mindlessly scroll through Instagram or stage a “perfect” photo. I didn’t go on Twitter. I didn’t spend way too long reading my Facebook feed. Instead, I spent 24 hours connecting with new friends, hiking, eating healthy, homemade organic food, sitting by the fire, and curling up in bed with tea and a good book.

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