Confidence and your success in business are totally linked. When we don't believe in ourselves, when we don't believe in what we have to offer - it shows in our business. It can slow or even stop our growth. It can hamper sales. It can impact our health, happiness, and sanity!
Natasha B. Russell is an expert in confidence and passionate about helping to inspire and motivate entrepreneurs and business owners just like you to believe in yourself and your business.
In this episode you will learn:
Meet our guest: Natasha B. Russell, BCMM, PCC (NBR) is the Founder and CEO of NBR Strategic Solutions. Her business offers coaching, speaking and consulting services to support aspiring entrepreneurs, business owners, corporations and non-profit organizations with...
Who's excited? I'm excited. Let's make 2021 our B*TCH!
I mean, let's be awesome planners full of optimism and hope with 2020 being an important lesson on how to be flexible in our business.
I know 2020 was really freaking stressful. Like really stressful. So stressful I put my 24 favorite stress management tips into one awesome guide creatively titled "24 Ways to Reduce Stress." I know! I'm so creative. You can grab it <<HERE>>.
I'm super into helping your find ways to manage stress every damn day and also as we move into this next year. Because it turns out that 2020 will eventually end (even though it feels never ending) and we should be ready for that.
So, I asked my awesome friend - actually my Biz BFF- Emily Roach to come on the podcast and help us learn from 2020 so that we can rock out 2021.
She has a plan.
She's going to share it.
Who is Emily???
Emily Roach, the founder of Biz BFF, is a community leader,...
Today we are going to discuss saying ‘NO’ to more things so that you have the space and energy to say ‘YES’ to things you value and want. And of course this will include action you can take today. That’s right, you can get started changing your life right now.
In this episode you will learn:
Saying no to things can be really freaking hard! But when we say no to some things it gives us the space to say yes to other things.
When I first started my business, I said ‘YES’ to everything and anything. Most of it for free. When you have skills like mine (yoga, Ayurveda, stress management, coaching) you get asked to do a bunch of stuff for free. I want to serve. I...
I’m getting ready for the New Year, which of course means - goal setting! I love setting goals. I like dreaming about what might be in the future, and then figuring out how to get there.
About 10 years ago I made the most insane New Year’s resolutions list ever. It had 72 things on it. It included awesome ideas like: ride in a hot air balloon, take a ballet class, learn Italian, learn Spanish, learn to cook, go to the gym everyday, and learn how to paint. It’s great to have dreams, but none of these were going to happen because I never set actual goals to support them. My favorite: I will go to the gym everyday. LOL. I didn’t even belong to a gym. How was it going to happen? Was I going to use magic? When was I going to fit in going to the gym in between learning two languages and going to ballet classes?
How do you start to narrow down your priorities for the new year? You can start by exploring the possibilities and dreaming big for 2020 by figuring out what supports you being your best self both personally and professionally.
The concept of ‘your best self,’ gets tossed around as if you should immediately know who she is and how to find her. How should I know what my best self is like? What does that even mean? Does she like cheese? I wonder if she has any chocolate?
But, when I really think about it, my best self is obvious. She is a magical version of me with all of my best traits. She is driven without bulldozering over everything in front of her. She is passionate without yelling (mostly). She is patient and kind. She is clear and focused. She is happy and laughs throughout the day. She feels great physically, emotionally, and mentally. She is confident and full of energy. She can do really hard things. She...