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.
Start Listening! 🎧 YOU WILL NOT WANT TO MISS THIS INTERVIEW WITH MADISON!SEE WHAT WE WILL COVER. 🤓👇 Episode Highlights: What you need to take time off in your business Bookkeeping – How we use this to inform us of where we are today Projections – How to project your income for the months […]
You are listening to episode number 12 of the Grace-Filled CEO. Today’s episode is about leadership and what are arguably the top three ways to be the best leader for your team. this episode is about growing yourself as a leader I would also say that it’s not about you or me at all. It’s more about the people that we lead and how we can serve them well.
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.
are listening to episode number 2 of “The Grace-Filled CEO” I am so excited you are joining me today. Today’s episode is all about setting boundaries with your clients, your team, and ultimately yourself. We’ve all experienced those late-night emails, texts, voxers, or slack messages that ding from across the room, only to jolt us back into work mode. While we could say “it’s ok, I love what I do!” we know that those two aren’t mutually exclusive.