There are so many voices out there in the digital sphere that is competing for the attention of the audience. Building a laser focused message is a tool that will help you stand out in a crowded space, elevate your unique voice and build the trust between you and your ideal audience, making you and your business top-of-mind. In this episode, I share with you 5 questions that you need to answer today – a discovery exercise – that will help you start the journey into building your personal brand.
In this episode, I share with you 10 lessons I learnt when deciding to dive into the deep end of entrepreneurship. These learnings are ones that will have a huge impact on the first year of taking that shift (which is usually hard and overwhelming as I’ve mentioned). They are also the the most common traps that many people starting out might fall into, regardless of their business niche.
In this bonus episode, I take you through some of the highlights of the book “Rework”, what a fantastic resource to go back to again and again.
In this episode, I take you through 5 shifts you can make right now to start building your authority. I’ll talk about: Staying true to yourself, Knowing your material and creating content, Setting the right expectations, Owning your style and Remembering who you serve.
Personal Growth can mean different things to different people. In general, it refers to self-improvement of skills, knowledge, personal qualities, goals and outlook on life. In this episode, I share 5 points that guide me to prioritizing my efforts and actions to personal growth.
We humans are the masters of goal setting. We have names for different goal setting occasions: new years resolutions, birthday resolutions, weight goals, lifestyle goals, and not forgetting the non-occasional ones such as project goals or business goals. Our issue was never setting a goal, but more and more research shows that reaching a goal or quitting prematurely are the challenges.
One of the biggest hurdles in realizing our dreams is allowing others to tell us what is possible. By forfeiting our creative edge, we outsource our thinking to someone else.
We are worried how the world sees us, so we conform and learn to adapt by disappearing and blending in and somehow loosing our voice.
As long as we look at time in the traditional linear sense, “managing” it has will always be a challenge.
My openness to change made me rethink certain realities, opinions, relationships, jobs, choices, friendships and much more…I have experienced first-hand that it is a requirement for growth.