Radical Self Acceptance: A Chat with Emily Nolan
The 5 Key Attributes of My Ideal Client
Emily Nolan is a mother, a wellness guru, a model, a business woman, a yogi, and more. We sat down to talk about choosing #radicalselfacceptance through life’s most chaotic transitions (including opening a business, becoming a parent, launching new projects, the list goes on…).
We had some technical difficulties on Instagram live, but I’ve tried to edit those out as much as possible (ignore my terrible video editing skills!).
#EntrepreneursPodcastClub: SAYING YES
I know it's not nice to play favorites, but sometimes these things happen. I get asked questions all the time about what kinds of clients I serve, and I'm always very excited to answer that their skills, their businesses, their personalities are all over the map. That kind of variance excites me and fuels my entrepreneurial spirit.
Living Your Most Efficient Life: Time Blocking
“BE" a yes. The first time I heard this phrase was about 10 years ago in my yoga teacher training. It was a hot, buzz phrase. Don't just "say yes" to opportunity "be a yes" with every fiber of your being. Being a yes, is a major part of entrepreneurship, but so is discerning between good opportunities and draining ones. Knowing how to make this distinction, is one of the true embodiments of entrepreneurship.
What is a Growth Mindset?
If I could choose one practice that has helped me grow from ADD intellectual train-wreck to matured business woman with sustainable operations...it’s time blocking. Here are some of my favorite time-blocking habits that have revolutionized my working life.
There's a buzz in the business world about building teams that emanate a growth mindset, but what is it really?
One cannot choose to go back toward safety or forward toward growth. Growth must be chosen again and again. Fear myst be overcome again and again. -Abraham Maslow
A growth mindset means just that-- choosing to evolve, to be better, to challenge yourself and those around you, to pick yourself back up after failures big and small...over and over and over again.