While in college, Althea Wiles discovered that working around flowers was her dream job. Not simply as a florist helping build someone else’s business. She wanted her own floral business. But Althea was (is!) practical. She knew she needed the runway to build her experience and her business from the ground up.
Prioritization and discernment are two important skills you must master when you have a day job and a side-hustle. When you only have an hour or two and that’s all you have for that day, you have to focus on something that’s really going to move the needle forward. CEO/CTO Susan Boles shares how she manages to juggle all the balls in the air.
“I created space between the results I wanted and the journey. I told myself, ‘Let’s bring more joy into this and treat it like a grand experiment’.”
We live in a digital world where the boundaries between our personal lives and work are fuzzier than ever.
What is the best and most effective use of your limited time with your young kids? Strength-in-Words Founder Ayelet Marinovich shares practical tips.
How do we pursue success and vigorously go after our goals while avoiding stress and burnout? Is this possible?
Are you one of those people who are always busy? Here’s how to tell if that’s a good thing or a bad thing, and where to focus your attention instead.
“We need to stop judging other people’s work-life balance.” — Gary Vaynerchuk
In this special 100th episode, I’m sharing seven key takeaways and lessons learned from previous guests. Featuring short excerpts from the relevant conversations with Shannon Paris, Joanna Penn, Tara McMullin, Kirsten Runvik, Melissa Dinwiddie, Aenslee Tanner, and Karyn Kelbaugh.