Productivity Academy with Adam Moody
In this episode, we talk about perfectionism and how it can stop you from reaching what you really want. It’s better to take imperfect action and get results that you can iterate and improve upon. This can apply to yourself, outsourcing, just about anything, really, and is great advice for anyone that finds themselves getting hung up on the details.
Listen to this episode and learn:
How you can deal with perfectionism in yourself and team members
What you can do to improve your recruiting and hiring
Why daily planning is so important to success
How She Owns It with Pauline Malubay
Tune into this episode and learn:
How to handle self-doubt and not be intimidated by your competition, even though there may be many others doing what you do.
How to turn your roadblocks into strengths, and the value of blood and sweat behind every success.
How to network, and the value of building genuine long-term relationships with clients.
(WE Magazine for Women)
You’re a full-time entrepreneur. You’re a devoted mother. You’ve got this! Don’t let the stress of managing your responsibilities bring you down–here’s how to be an involved mom and get work done without damaging your mental health.
Many mothers, especially those who work outside of the home or own their own businesses, experience mom guilt on some level. It's that feeling that you can never achieve a healthy balance across all areas of your life. Although there’s no cure-all for mom guilt, there are a few things you can do to help lessen the mental load it places on you when it shows up.
Time blocking is the time management technique of breaking your day into designated blocks of time in order to complete more tasks with increased efficiency.
Being an entrepreneur and a mom means there’s a good chance of your days feeling hectic and unproductive. Time blocking keeps procrastinating, multitasking and distractions to a minimum, so you can flow through your day with more ease.
(The Female Wellness Hub)
Being a small business owner is not a piece of cake.
Not only does it involve dedication and passion, but it demands resilience, despite all the setbacks and failures along the way.
Being a mother is equally challenging. Now imagine what it is like balancing business and family life. Yes, it's tricky!
These are some of my most effective self-care tips that have helped me juggle the responsibilities of being a mompreneur.
It’s easy to feel burnt out when you’re trying to juggle doing your best at work, living a life you enjoy and taking care of yourself all at the same time. We all experience this sense of overwhelm at one time or another.
The secret to avoiding this work-related burnout and overwhelm is to maintain a healthy work life balance.
If you are in search of an effective time management technique for yourself and your team, then you are in the perfect place to discover valuable time management procedures that will enable you to free up a few hours and how they can be maximized.
Being a founder, entrepreneur, or business owner can have many exciting and thrilling moments. But it is also punctuated with periods of doubt, slump, and anxiety. So how does one successfully and healthily ride the highs and lows of Entrepreneurship? In this series, called “How To Successfully Ride The Emotional Highs & Lows Of Being An Entrepreneur” we are talking to successful entrepreneurs who can share stories from their experience.
Neha Naik is a mom, a serial entrepreneur, and a coach. She knows firsthand the journey of building an empire while also raising a family — she has lived the rollercoasters of failures, self-doubt, and overwhelm. So now she shares her story to help other moms find better work/life balance.
As coaches, we know how important it is to maximize your time. We have packed schedules filled with coaching calls, live trainings, teaching, and all the while, we are transforming lives. It can seem impossible to build a successful coaching business while balancing work and life, a problem that successful coaches have secretly learned to master.
In this blog post, we’ll talk to real coaches and get their advice on how to have a successful morning. They will share real stories about the tools they use, strategies they believe in, and exactly what they do each morning to get their day going
You'll learn from successes and failures, told through a series of engaging Q&As with the most ambitious female founders and CEOs