Burnout is a huge buzzword right now, because it's a very real thing! Our society's systems inherently lead to burnout. We are tired, overworked, underpaid, and too exhausted to figure out it's all by design. The key to recovery and prevention is finding the solutions that work best for you, so this blog has 7 … Continue reading How to Prevent Burnout for Small Business Owners
We'd like to think we're in a post-pandemic society, but COVID-19 continues to spread, infect, and harm people every single day. The general consensus of the US government seems to be that the show must go on, and even companies that have held out for two years have decided it's time to come back to … Continue reading How to Go Back to the Office During a Pandemic
Creativity isn't just being artistic — creativity is how we approach problems in new ways and think outside the box. Creative blocks are a common occurrence for artists, musicians, writers, and other creative professionals. However, they can also occur in business. When you experience a creative block, it can feel like you're stuck and can't … Continue reading Overcome Creativity Blocks in Business
I used to think coaching was for a certain type of person. People with their shit together, really. I thought that hiring a coach was a pretty having-your-shit-together choice to make. Those were people who knew what they wanted, made a decision to hire someone to get them there, and never doubted that choice at … Continue reading Do You Have to Have Your Shit Together to Hire a Coach?
Money mindset is one of the biggest things holding people back from financial confidence. Whether you're a business owner, stay at home parent, Average Joe, or anywhere in between, money is important. We need it to live — to pay for housing, medicine, food, and other necessities and desires. Yes, desires. You deserve nice things, … Continue reading 7 Money Mindset Shifts
We procrastinate productively, because saying yes to doing the dishes or another load of laundry is ALWAYS going to be something we can argue is more important than our creative goals, rest, or play. So it's time to be more decisive about what we say yes and no to.
Photo by Nataliya Vaitkevich from Pexels Do you run your car down to empty before you fill it up, or wait until your phone is in the single digits of battery percentage before you charge it? You're probably doing the same to yourself.I've always been the type to give 110% and not take breaks... Until I burned out … Continue reading FREE Webinar: How to Create Goals without Burnout
Photo by Christina @ wocintechchat.com on Unsplash Starting a new business or side-hustle always has obstacles (whether they're from outside forces or your own imposter syndrome). For Black business owners, those obstacles multiply. Whether it’s dealing with daily microaggressions, building a network, or raising capital, it’s an uphill battle for Black-owned businesses thanks to systemic … Continue reading Pushing for Black Business Ownership and Wealth
A blue planner notebook that says "My Secret Plan to Rule the World" with a pink background. Photo by Ann H from Pexels. Goals should be SMART, right? Specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound. But a lot of us fail to pay attention to the achievable and relevant parts of the planning process. We stick to specific and … Continue reading What We Keep Messing Up About “SMART” Goals
Image Desc: A photo from a Black Lives Matter protest with signs unfocused in the foreground and background. A sign in the center, held up by a white-appearing person's arm, says "To sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards - Ella Wheeler Cox" Photo by Zoe VandeWater on Unsplash I have a background … Continue reading “I Quit My Job Over #BLM” — How Millennials Are Killing Businesses from the Inside Out