Hustle!

There are two phrases that I see a lot that really bug me: Play BIG and Hustle. I get tired even seeing the words. This week we’ll look at hustle. Last week we looked at playing BIG. Hustle Unsurprisingly I hear this a lot on a podcast I love by a former pro athlete. And surprisingly I also come across it from someone who used to run a yoga studio. To me hustle means always busy doing something. Always pushing … Continue reading

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Play BIG

There are two phrases that I see a lot that really bug me: Play BIG and Hustle. I get tired even seeing the words. This week we’ll look at playing BIG and next week we’ll look at hustle. Play BIG We’re constantly told to stop playing small, play big! Raise the prices! Big success can happen all at one! Just believe in it and keep doing the work (keep hustling)! But what if playing BIG isn’t always about making ONE … Continue reading

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Fix me!

In April when I was feeling sorry for myself taking some time off, I was trying to figure out what my next steps were when I had this thought that stopped me in my tracks “Should I share my situation with this person? Because she’ll tell me what to do and that would be really nice.” Do you see what happened with that thought? I was frustrated and tired of making decisions that didn’t seem to be working. So, I wanted … Continue reading

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Gaining momentum

Stretch yourself_Learn what does and

Shortly after my realization that I wasn’t broken, I found myself contemplating what I’ve been taught and believed about pricing. The successful business coaches that I’ve worked with all say “Raise your prices! You’re probably here because you’re not charging enough for the great work you do!” That’s the message that seems to be hammered home over and over again. And I believe it’s true—if you’ve had some success and momentum. Yet, the message I keep hearing is: Play a … Continue reading

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Not broken

That's all it really is - a situaton

The story starts with a very frustrated solopreneur. A group program that didn’t fill the way I wanted it to (and I really thought it would fill!) and was frustrated and deflated. I spent some time healing my ego and one thought kept surfacing: What would happen if you did what scares you the most? Which lead to the question: What scares me the most? The answer: let everyone know that things aren’t going as wonderfully as I project. Yep, … Continue reading

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