29 Dec YAAS 🙌
What are you saying YAAS to in 2023?
Is 2023 the year you’re going to finally take the step to become your own boss or take your existing business to exciting new levels?
As a serial entrepreneur, I know how hard it can be! We face unique challenges and opportunities as women entrepreneurs.
It can be intimidating to step into a male-dominated industry and pave your own way, but it’s also incredibly rewarding to create something of your own and make a mark in the world.
The first step is knowing what the challenges are so you can overcome them.
One of the biggest hurdles for women entrepreneurs is the desire to balance work, family, self care, and personal projects.
It can be tough to find the time and energy to devote to all the things we want to do, and it’s important to know that sometimes your days will not be balanced!
While we do need to make sure we’re taking really great care of ourselves and our relationships outside of work – it’s okay if we don’t spend an equal amount of time in each area we want to excel in!
This is where setting up keystone habits is key. Keystone habits lead to better habits so doing what you want to be doing becomes easy, effortless and excellent.
Time management and delegation skills also come in handy, as well as surrounding ourselves with a tribe of colleagues and loved ones who high five you and say yes you got this, all the way!
Another challenge for women entrepreneurs is often access to funding and resources. We may face more difficulty securing loans or investments, and we may have to work harder to prove ourselves and our ideas.
However, this is also an opportunity for us to get creative and find alternative sources of funding, such as crowdfunding or seeking out grants specifically for women entrepreneurs.
Despite these challenges, being a woman entrepreneur also comes with some major advantages.
We bring a unique perspective and approach to problem-solving, and we often have strong communication and collaboration skills. We’re also more likely to prioritize work-life balance and create a positive, inclusive culture in our businesses.
Ultimately, being a woman entrepreneur means empowering ourselves and each other to chase our dreams and make a difference.
We can inspire and support one another through shared experiences and resources, and we can use our businesses to make a positive impact on our communities and the world.
Let’s embrace our inner CEO and say YAAS to making our mark on the world!
We’ve got this!
If you need help with your business, brand or coaching this year, please feel free to check out some of our upcoming events and entrepreneur coaching!
All my best,
Best Year Ever Planning Events
The Best Year Ever Planning Event will give you the space to have some quality time with yourself.
Join me and discover what enriches you. Find what really makes you happy, learn how to focus your energy, uncover the secrets to balancing your entrepreneurial, family, and personal commitments, and ultimately gain the confidence to become a better version of yourself in the coming year.
Sun, January 8, 2023,
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM PST
Ready to set the world on fire? 🔥 Join me and other female entrepreneurs on Jan 12 and create your plan for 2023! It will make all the difference in the world!
Thu, January 12, 2023
12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Spring Place Beverly Hills
9800 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Sharing one of my favorite books! If you haven’t read it yet this is your sign to finally pick it up! Shonda Rimes is just the best!
This poignant, intimate, and hilarious memoir explores Shonda’s life before her Year of Yes—from her nerdy, book-loving childhood to her devotion to creating television characters who reflected the world she saw around her. The book chronicles her life after her Year of Yes had begun—when Shonda forced herself out of the house and onto the stage; when she learned to explore, empower, applaud, and love her truest self. Yes.
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