22 How to finish what you start


 Let's get real for a second.


I am going to let you in a little secret,.

You will never, ever, ever be done.


If you can wrap your head around this, being an entrepreneur might just get a little bit easier. 


The bigger question is, how do you be okay with that and what do you need to do in order to continue moving forward? 



In this week’s episode of the podcast, I am sharing 5 tips on how you can attack you can reframe productivity and eliminate distractions.


By the end of this episode, you will better understand how to recognize your small wins as progress and use that as the vehicle to keep you moving in the right direction. 


In addition, I give you a few tips on how to temporarily eliminate what’s holding you back, prioritize what’s important now, and outline your life pie.


There is no one magic pill to success.

Nor is there one system that works for all.

Uncovering parts of many ways to do the thing you are trying to do will ultimately help you develop your own special formula. These tips should inspire you to find your own creative path as and remind you that you are worthy and deserving.


Here are a few key takeaways.

📍 How one simple action changed the course of my client's creativity
📍 The importance of discovering your life pie
📍 Being "done" is a myth
📍 Your process is many different parts of a whole + there is no one path to success
📍 The daily details will keep your momentum going


You can listen to the full episode here.


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Have a great week!



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