When we are clear about what is non-negotiable behavior in our lives, we can gently build a brick wall that can withstand all kinds of weather. We don’t need to feel fear or become dysregulated because we feel empowered (maybe even safe?) inside our walls.
From the mind of Michelle Markwart Deveaux…
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People who set up “velvet rope boundaries” are able to save their mental energy. If you’re tired, and need to set boundaries, use systems and tools to save the day! Read more to discover some examples of velvet rope boundaries.
Do you find yourself constantly thinking about all the things you have to do and feeling overwhelmed? If so, then you may be suffering from scarcity mindset.
Scarcity mindset is the belief that there is never enough of anything to go around. This includes time, money, resources, etc. This can lead to feelings of anxiety, stress, and overwhelm.
Scarcity mindset is the belief that there is never enough of anything to go around. This includes time, money, resources, etc. and can lead to anxiety, stress, and overwhelm. Read on to explore ways you can resist scarcity mindset with an exercise.
When you are a self employed person, or you are an owner of a team-based business, NONE OF THE EMPLOYEE RULES APPLY. You are an Unployee.
The “secret to success” isn’t knowing your ideal client, or the perfect pricing figured out, or having the most aggressive marketing plan. Read my SOP to help you determine what you want and get on your way to success.
“What’s In Your Hour?” is about empowering you to price your lessons, services and products based on the value you offer, not just the going rate.
We live in an on-demand culture. Through social media, we can access anyone we want any time we want. Because of this, it’s easy to forget that everything on the Internet isn’t ours for the taking. Learn from Christin’s story on cultivating trust through attribution in voice business.
Learn the questions Voice Teachers can ask at the beginning of lessons instead of “How are you?” when you just don’t have the capacity to be a pseudo-therapist for your singer/client (you know those low-key energy vampires) and need some emotional regulation.
Time management is the hardest part of running your nano-business. You wear all the hats – you’re the CEO, CFO, CMO, and chief service provider. Learning Zero-Based Scheduling can help you go from overwhelmed and under-fun to overjoyed and under control. Let me teach you Zero-Based Scheduling.
Content Warning: Grief/Death/Difficult Times I've been coaching myself on this question - "What to do when things get difficult to manage" - since November of 2019...