You're a total badass here's WHY you're not meeting your goals.
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You know you're good at what you do and you have big goals. The problem is that somewhere between setting them and accomplishing them you get buried under a mountain of obligations, fatigue and your inspiration dwindles and your motivation dies.
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How do you deal with a dissatisfied, disgruntled client?
Theres a fine line between CUSTOMER SATISFACTION and maintaining your DIGNITY.
Had a question come in about this from an amazing consultant.
Have you ever had a disgruntled client acuse you of not delivering results even though they didn’t hold their end of the bargain?
Time is the only thing you’ll NEVER get back.
How to stop wasting time on things that aren’t making you money.
It's no secret that you're totally hard on yourself.
Am I right? I know. I can see you nodding your head.
In this short FB Live video from The BBF fb group, I will show you how to avoid failure.
Yep. I said the F word!
I know what failure tastes like because I've been there!
But I'm tired of seeing brilliant, creative women be so hard on themselves when:
High achieving women hold themselves to very high standards, so it’s easy to also feel like a failure when we don't "hit the mark". Trust me I know...
However, success starts with your definition of it.
How do you define success when you start a new project?
While having HIGH EXPECTATIONS is great, entrepreneurship has a ton of ups and downs and TWEAKING that has to be done. There's just no way around that....
I asked a question in our Facebook group ( The Best Business Friends)
What single brave decision do you need to make today?
I got some really interesting comments!! If you're not in this group...definitely join!
The one that really caught my attention was this one from Diane.
"I'm struggling to figure out if I should shut down my office studio?"
I got really curious and I said, "Well, what is your main goal for the year?"
And she said, "that's a good question. I would like to keep my space, but I need to make more money than just covering the rent. I also would like to possibly find a business partner, someone to share and collaborate with. Over the years, I've learned my strengths and weaknesses in running this business. I'd like to find someone who is good at what I'm not. I don't like to work alone.
It's lonely. I'd like more assignment photography for magazines and would like to work with designers and photograph they're finished spaces."
So it really...