In this post we’re going to dig into how you feel about what you’re selling – which, of course, journalling is the perfect tool for.
In this solo episode I'm sharing some behind the scenes updates, realisations, lessons and mindset shifts (& blocks!) that have been coming up for me over the last few months of some big business growth and shifts.
A lot of what I talk about here is about running my business in line with what feels good, which is something I'm going to be sharing a lot more in my upcoming course, Aligned Offers (closing November 25th)
Today I’m chatting to Helen Redfern, a self-confessed unconfident writer, who is constantly pushing herself to become braver with her writing and creativity. As you can imagine, we dove right into the topic of creating confidence to share your creative work with the world, and the role social media plays in that (both positive and negative). We also spoke a lot about Instagram and some important realisations Helen had after taking a long break from showing up there (something I’ve been considering a lot for myself, too)
Today I have the absolute pleasure of talking to my mastermind sister Genevieve Parker Hill: international bestselling author, speaker, coach and leading expert in the fields of minimalism, intentional living, nomad lifestyle, and creative growth. She's published five books of her own and now helps people turn their solo podcast episodes into books. We talked all things writing, and putting your work out there, with an emphasis on publishing your own book. Genevieve has so much wisdom to share about self-publishing, having done it herself so many times.
Journalling is the thing that keeps me going when my business gets hard. That helps me dig into what I need and set intentions and important boundaries. I’d love to tell you about how I use journaling as a business owner as part of your own self-care practice.
I need to be honest with you.
One of the reasons I’m so passionate about building businesses (especially for women and other marginalised groups) is that it offers freedom, in so many aspects of life.