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It’s been a very interesting year so far.
Have you needed to pivot your business or have more family members home than usual?
Do you work from home and feel like throwing your 2020/2021 planner out the window at this point?
Before you give up on the planner, read on… (more…)
As a business owner, you can’t do everything by yourself, but you can do more with extra help.
It’s common for newer business owners to start venturing into hiring a virtual assistant (VA). These VA’s also tend to be newer in their own business and/or do general administrative work. I’ve done that myself from time to time when I was new.
Then you get to a point in your business where one person isn’t enough anymore. You need someone to focus on specific areas of your business instead.
That’s when I recommend hiring specialized virtual assistants. (more…)
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It’s that time of year. It seems like everyone is talking about their word of the year.
Maybe you’re curious about what it actually is.
Maybe you’re considering choosing a word yourself, but the anxiety of choosing one word to sum up an entire year can be a bit much.
In this article, I’ll explain what it is, the process of finding my word, and how you can too!
What is a “word of the year”?
This may mean different things to different people, but to me, a word of the year summarizes a theme and feelings I want to have for the year. This word will guide everything I decide to reach my goals. It helps me make sure I’m intentional with everything I do.
Is a word of the year necessary to succeed in your business?
Here is the 2019 review, both good and bad, ups and downs.
In this 2019 review, you’ll see the evolution of this year.
Up until this year, I’ve not been a “word of the year” person. I don’t (or didn’t) like that kind of commitment and didn’t see the point.
Instead, as the year went on, I realized one word that kept coming up. Growth.
This was truly a year of personal growth as you’ll see in my monthly highlights (good and bad) in my personal and business life below.
I had already started therapy September of 2018 for my PTSD, after ten years of physical and emotional domestic violence. My therapist was wonderful and I wanted fast progress so I went weekly with things to discuss each week. All year long I worked on refining my business and did a lot of market research.
Word of the Year 2019 Review
It’s hard to believe that the 2019 year is already ending. Funny how the years seem to go by faster as you get older.
It’s bittersweet as it has been a tough and wonderful year. I’m ready to take all I’ve learned this year and execute on them. It’s time to finally keep the past in the past and embrace this new woman I’ve become.
Look, I’m not going to sugarcoat and pretend this year was all rainbows. Yes, (more…)
We all have the same 24 hours in the day.
You know it’s important and you hear it all the time, and maybe you need more of it yourself. But what does it mean, exactly?
Let me break it down for ya. (more…)
3 Reasons to Plan Ahead Your Holidays as a Solo Business Owner
It’s finally October!
Are you feeling anxious knowing the holidays are around the corner?
You know how hectic the holidays can be.
Between holiday shopping, festivities, and cooking on top of your already hectic life, it’s no wonder it’s easy to get frustrated, anxious, and short-tempered.
What happened to spend more time with family, being joyful, and being merry? Have you ever planned ahead your holidays? Any Reasons to Plan Ahead the Holidays?
You may be thinking, “But Jennifer, I’m not ready yet. Let me enjoy Halloween first!”
A part of me is feeling the same way, but I also know that planning ahead is important too.
I used to get anxious too until I started simplifying by planning for the holidays in October.
You know how important it is to plan ahead in your business, so why not get ahead of the holidays this year?