What it took me a year in business to realize, is that my “business goals” were much more than a number, much more than a revenue milestone—my goals for my business were also about what I wanted for myself.Read More
Our lives are, of course, informed by our past experiences — but we also preemptively bias ourselves towards certain emotions or modes of thought thanks to the stories we tell ourselves about those experiences. Are you simply watching your story unravel or writing it?Read More
Go ahead and look up the rejections that the most successful people in the world have overcome — do a Google search and you'll find pages of articles about people that have been rejected.Read More
Looking back over the past 12 months, I’ve realized that there’s a lot of shit we fret over in the early days of a business that are completely useless to us. Here’s what I learned about what REALLY matters when you start a business: your knowledge, your network, your empathy, and your confidence.Read More
So let’s be radical. Trust yourself and go with your gut, particularly when others are looking.
By not asking for what you deserve, you’re limiting your potential, and we know you have a ton of it. There is no need to feel guilty about it: you deserve the same amount of respect that you give others.Read More
Allow me to now officially grant you permission to be childish. Kids are strong willed, straight-talking, curious creatures. They can teach us to live in the moment, to appreciate our surroundings, to ask questions and to stop taking ourselves so seriously all the time. We can learn to see the extraordinary moments in an otherwise ordinary day.Read More
So why are we cutting away the things that give us purpose, that spark genius — our intuition, our wisdom, our passion? Why has masculine energy become the status quo for work? It’s certainly not because it’s the only option.Read More
By understanding that—sometimes—your biggest challenge is yourself, you can overcome your own personal kryptonite and be a more effective at doing what you love.Read More
My problem with consistency stems from some inherent personal flaws: excessive creativity, gets bored easily, super excitable, only likes to do the fun stuff.
Does any of this sound like you?Read More
Taking a step back in time and thinking about the traits we exhibited as children can teach us a great deal about how to be more successful in marketing our brands.Read More