Have you ever gone full force into a new business plan or groundbreaking projects?
I don’t mean full force like you’re a little excited and work late a couple of nights.
Ready to experience more freedom? It’s time to tame your distractions with our guest, and productivity expert, Mark Struczewski. Jen also shares about the limits of perception and experience, and why it’s just as important for providers to stay in their lane as it is for customers to avoid scope creep.
Sometimes being a freelance worker or entrepreneur is a lot like going to the buffet.
There are so many tasty options at your fingertips, and all of them look good. But, before you know it your plate is piled high, your belly is stuffed full, and you didn’t even enjoy any of it.
The 1997 Chumbawamba song “Tubthumping” is my anthem when it comes to getting through business challenges.
If you don’t recognize the song by its name, you will certainly recognize it by its lyrics. The most famous line of the song (the one we all scream at the top of our lungs) is:
It’s a little bit early for Christmas (for some people), but as it turns out Santa Claus has some stellar ideas — especially when it comes to his methods of choosing who gets presents! You know what I’m talking about… He’s making a list. He’s checking it twice.
I’m sure you’ve heard the parable about the man who built his house on the sand vs. the man who built his house on the rocks.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that the house built on the stones outlasted the house that was built on sand.
On this episode, Jen visits with Benjamin Dell, Founder and CEO of MissingLettr and the MissingLetter Uppercase Conference. Benjamin provides …
As a small business owner, you cannot do your job alone. But that doesn’t mean completely handing the reigns over to your tech guru.