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.
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.
Instead of goals, right now I'm setting intentions for how I want to feel and how I want to spend my time in 2020.
2019 was a successful year on paper. But I still failed to meet goals and behind the scenes it was a tough year personally.
In today's episode I’m answering your questions about putting yourself out there and building a business your way.