Welcome to episode 18 of The Grace-Filled CEO Podcast. I’m grateful you are listening in because this episode is going to empower you in taking time off in your business. I am not just going to advocate that you do it, but I’m going to tell you how to do it well so you can come back refreshed and NOT overwhelmed. We’ve all experienced the post vacation or post-time off overwhelm where we hop back into the inbox and it’s overflowing with questions and updates and we are unsure where to start. Or maybe it’s logging back into your project management tool and seeing ALLLL of the notifications. Truly, the day after vacay is ROUGH. And dare I even say it’s even tougher as an entrepreneur because in some cases we already feel guilty for taking the time off and the pressure that everyone needs something from us just creates the perfect storm of overwhelm.
You are listening to episode number 16 of “The Grace-Filled CEO” – today’s episode is like being a fly on the wall with other CEO mamas over coffee. I am joined by my business besties, Madison Brown and Lane Simion, and we have a candid conversation about what it’s like to run a business as moms and CEOs. Ever wondered how to juggle it all? Well… I can’t say there is a magic formula, but I can say that grace is the only way. Hope you enjoy this episode!
You are listening to episode 14 of The Grace-Filled CEO. Today’s episode is gonna be a little bit longer and a little bit different. But in the best way! I’m having my first guest on the podcast and I don’t think I could have chosen a better person. Elizabeth Cook is going to join me here in a few and talk to us about using our natural abilities and leveraging them to grow our businesses WELL. In this episode, it doesn’t matter if you’re a solopreneur or you are building your team, there is something in this episode for everyone. Let’s dive in!
You are listening to episode number 13 of the Grace-Filled CEO podcast. Have you ever wondered how to balance all the things? And not just keep all of the plates spinning in the air but actually doing it all well to where you feel like you can sleep well at the end of the day. I wish this were more common and it wasn’t. But we can feel a lot of pressure being the decision-makers in our businesses. Today’s episode is going to walk you through how to do business on your terms and do it well. I think this is going to offer a lot of value to you and teach you how to operate your business from your personal and professional values. Buckle up and let’s get to work!
You are listening to episode number 11 of “The Grace-Filled CEO” Today’s episode is all about pricing your offerings unapologetically and GETTING PAID. This is kind of a weird topic. Money is just weird to talk about sometimes and especially when you own your own business and you put a dollar amount to your skill set. There’s a lot of messy mindset things that pop up in the space. Today I’m sharing some practical tips on approaching raising your price as well also trying to correct the mindset that raising our prices as a negative thing. I am not on that train I can’t get behind that. So today we’re gonna talk about it and I am so excited that you are along for the ride.
While it may be a new concept for some, online business managers have been around for a while and take all shapes and specialties. Some OBMs only offer VIP days, or project builds, or are launch specialists, or are in your business in the day to day. It’s very likely that there is an OBM to fit what ever need you have.