I work with amazing, imperfect, giving, and committed business owners and souls every day, and the core of my business is about uplifting others and the values that are important for them to share. This month I’m talking to Rocio Stock, a life coach for young girls based in San Diego, CA.
If you had told me what 2020 would bring while I was sitting in this chair back in January, I would have looked at you with a raised eyebrow. This photo was taken on the last day of a three day getaway with a photographer friend from Florida, where we soaked in the starry skies and silence, cooked in our Airbnb, and took photos for hours to tap into our creativity.
Today I’m spilling my top 5 timesavers in my business, and I have to share because I see so many business owners struggling with these same issues. Keep reading for my best kept not-so-secret tools I use at least weekly to save time in my business on mundane tasks.
You finally invested in yourself and rebranded. Congrats! But you have bigger dreams for your business. Expansion of your services, new products, newsletters out monthly, maybe an online course? Have a look at my top 5 practices before taking on a new project in your business.
I’m not sure how I stumbled upon Mackenzie Horan’s list of 101 things to accomplish in 1001 days, but I’m stoked that I did! This is not only a post to keep myself accountable, but maybe you’ll be inspired to create your own list (I’ve been told writing your goals down ups your chances of them being hit, as I’m sure you’ve heard too).