Anytime business comes up, there’s this underlying angst about trying to create something new that’s never been done before and the overwhelming feeling of having to compete. It can swallow our business before we even get it off the ground. I’ve had my own struggles with it over the years and wanted to share something that I hope will challenge and encourage all of us entrepreneurs looking to create something to share with the world.
I think there is a really big misconception hopeful entrepreneurs are fed that you can start a business working few hours. Everyone that touts margin or sells a product or course about something to help you achieve balance that I know of still hustled hard in the beginning OR before starting to get themselves financially secure to take a risk. I think those seasons of hustle and hardship are why so many want to teach a different way, but I
Grumpy Mom Takes a Holiday releases April 9. Pre-order + grab your bonuses before time runs out! 🙂 It’s only fitting for the prayer journal girl to share with you her big prayers for a book launch right? Here’s what I’ve been lifting up over the last 18 months or so: 1. I pray the Lord would make me a vessel and empty me of my own words. I pray this before each podcast interview I’ve had the privilege of recording.
I’m starting to get more questions about how to write a book, get a book deal, etc. so I thought it’d be helpful to share all that info in one place!! Here are the questions y’all asked in InstaStories. Do you need a book proposal? Even if you self-publish, this will be a tremendous help. I remember when my publisher asked for a proposal. I wasn’t sure what exactly they were but I AM sure I told her I could
As a business owner, it can feel like I have 10 priorities or 10 things that have to get done this very minute. As a business owner who uses social media and sees what every other business is doing, you can go ahead and multiply that by a billion. About a month ago, feeling the weight of a really busy season, I felt like I needed to reframe my thoughts about VMP. I wanted to readjust by covering my entire