In this solo episode on Creatively Human, I talk about how I’m prioritising feeling good and in alignment with my values in my work. I also share how I didn’t always do things this way, and why it’s actually quite scary at times to forge your own path.
I’ve never had any formal business training, in fact my degree was Philosophy & History. I used to think it was a waste of time because it didn’t lead to a job, but now I see it as totally relevant to everything I do. Surprisingly, though, this is the first time I’m actually talking about philosophy in a blog post. Don’t worry, though, this isn’t very technical!
I can’t quite believe it, but this August marked a decade since I registered as self-employed! It hasn’t always been easy, but I’m so proud of what I’ve achieved. Here’s a quick look at how my online business has changed since I started in 2008…
There’s a shift in the way I’ve been approaching my business lately, and it’s all about how it feels to me. Which means no longer playing by the “rules” of online business. Continue reading
I’ve been thinking recently about how the simple act of allowing yourself to have and sit with big ideas can make a huge difference to what you eventually achieve. If this sounds a bit “woo woo”, please hear me out!
Journalling is one of my favourite ways to get “unstuck” in my business. Here are 5 journalling prompts I use to help me move forward when I’m feeling overwhelmed.