When You Know it’s Time to Make a Major Change in Your Life, with Guest, Kristen Crowley, TV Personality and Founder of WELLFITsocial EP157
Are you SHOULDING all over yourself? “Should I do _______?” or should I do ________?” is responsible for hours of lost sleep, anxiety, ruined manicures, and inaction. Staying in a space of indecisiveness will keep you stuck, and everyday you stay in it is another day further away from your dream life. Indecision is form of fear in disguise. It’s like being in a rocking chair, your mind is moving but you aren’t going to get anywhere. Hence the term “analysis paralysis.” As a hard-core Virgo, Enneagram 6, INFJ, I’m a natural over-analyzer. I want to have back-up plans for the back-up plans. If I stay in this state for too long, it ends up consuming me and causes mental burnout. Can any of you relate? To shake me out that state, I first have to catch my self in it. So I want you to do a daily check in (it takes 15 seconds) and acknowledge anything you have been chewing over in your mind, whether it’s personal or professional. Next, I want you to write down the thing or things that have been taking up space in your brain. Across from each thing answer this question: What would the highest most abundant version of my self do? WARNING!!! The answers may scare you, as once we have the answers, we can no longer can use the “I’m not sure what to do” or “I’m so torn,” excuses for our inaction. I want you to hear from someone who recently made a huge career shift and how she came to that decision. Her story will help you gain the clarity your crave. Kristen Crowley is TV personality, fitness cover model, and Founder of WELLFITsocial. For the first time in her life she is an entrepreneur versus an employee. Excited for all of you over-analyzers in the Posse to hear this episode. Connect with Kristen: Instagram: .
Time Management Tricks for Busy Entrepreneurs: How to Get More Done in Less Time EP156
If you want to become more efficient and productive with your time, ask a Virgo. With running a 7-figure business, a separate multiple-six figure brand, many investments, a nutty travel schedule, two rescue dogs, my high maintenance eyebrows, and my deep passion for sleep….I had to figure out a way to maximize each minute of my day in a way that didn’t feel like my life was controlling me. So I became a task-batching master, and a self-negotiator. You see I don’t enjoy doing anything that makes my brain hurt or that is unnecessarily hard. So for tasks that I dread, I always ask my self, “how can I make this easier, go faster, and be more enjoyable?” Amazing what happens when we ask ourselves great questions, we usually end up with fantastic answers. I’ve put together my best tricks for getting more stuff done in less time; you can thank me after listening. Let me start helping you right now, what is one task that takes up a bunch of your time that you absolutely dread? Welcome to ProjectME the Podcast with your host Tiffany Carter, who takes the mystery out of making BIG money. A former NBC and CBS TV journalist, turned multi-millionaire entrepreneur, teaching you all things wealth, health, worth, and business. You can follow Tiffany on Instagram .
Build, Launch, and Scale your Brand without Losing your Mind, with Guest, Adam Flores, Business Strategist and CEO of The Dream Factory EP155
If you build it they will come, is a fantasy. Business simply doesn’t work that way. It’s more like, before you build it, make sure the people want it and need it, then once you build it, you will need to let specific types of people know about it, over and over and over again in a variety of ways. In coaching thousands of people, I have seen a pattern where solopreneurs can get to about 250K a year, and then they get stuck at that point. Many of you reading this right now may the thinking, “ Tiffany I would love be stuck at 250K.” Yes, reaching that financial milestone is impressive, but if you are a true entrepreneur and want to help the most people possible, you need to have a vision well beyond a quarter of a million dollars. If you don’t plan how you will scale, you will fail. You are going to learn about scaling your business for success on today’s podcast. I invited on a business strategist who helps dozens of companies across the US build and scale their businesses. Adam Flores is a young revolutionary leader in business. For years he struggled to get his message and business out into the world. His frustration led him to become a radical student in leadership, social media, and internet marketing. Now his marketing consulting business, The Dream Factory has over a million dollars in sales. Connect with Adam: Instagram: .
Things I Wish I knew in my First Five Years of being an Entrepreneur EP154
Things I wish I knew in my first 5 years of entrepreneurship. You guys, I was an entrepreneur long before it was cool, and before this whole #bossbabe thing, and #womensupportingwomen movement. When I made the decision to start a side-hustle business and then quit my prestigious career in pharmaceuticals 11 years ago, I had one person professionally who believed in me, and one person personally. Most everyone thought I was nuts to leave a high paying and high profile corporate career for a dream and a gamble. What they didn’t understand is that I had to, I couldn’t do the corporate grind and ladder climb anymore. I would rather had been a coffee barista then continue in that environment. Can anyone relate? Those first five years in business were insane. It was the blind leading the blind, which left me making many mistakes, costing me tens of thousands of dollars, countless nights of sleep, and me contemplating quitting at least once a week. This is why I’m so passionate about coaching all of you on how to make the money and impact you desire, doing what you love in a much smoother and more efficient way. To help you avoid some of the big mistakes I made, listen to this episode, trust me you will save yourself thousands of dollars and thousands of hours just by listening. Welcome to ProjectME the Podcast with your host Tiffany Carter, who takes the mystery out of making BIG money. A former NBC and CBS TV journalist, turned multi-millionaire entrepreneur, teaching you all things wealth, health, worth, and business. You can follow Tiffany on Instagram .
How to Start and Grow a Successful Blog from Scratch, and Monetize it, with Guest, Lauren Jumrukovski, Popular Mommy Blogger and Author of “They Say, Not Your Average Parenting Book” EP153
You will never use your kids as an excuse again after you read this! When you have been in management and an entrepreneur for over 11 years, you will have heard every excuse in the book. Everything from time, money, energy, kids, fur babies, traffic, and even Ambien (more on this crazy story later). Making excuses is a way of saying, “it’s just not that important to me.” or “ I really don’t want ___________ badly enough.” People create these false stories to make themselves feel better about not showing up for them, their employers, their clients, or loved ones. Then you add kids into the picture and everyone can give exhausted moms a pass, after all you are taking care of tiny humans 24/7. Even though this sounds like a more reasonable and socially acceptable excuse versus, “the traffic was bad,” or “ I don’t have money to start a business, it is still BULLSH*T. An excuse has truth in it, that’s why it’s an excuse. This is why when you use an excuse enough; you can believe your own story. Mine used to be, “I’m too exhausted,” and I could justify the shit out of it to my self and others, UNTIL someone cared about me enough to call BULLSH*T on me. Love yourself enough to call BULLSH*T on your excuses. Be honest with yourself, if something truly isn’t that important to you, that’s okay, if it is and you are covered in a layer of excuses, as yourself, “What discomfort am I avoiding?” Today I brought on a guest to prove this point on excuses, Lauren Jumrukovski has a three of them, ages 1, 4, and 6, but she didn’t let that stop her from going all-in. Lauren is a popular mommy blogger of TheySayParenting.com, and now a published Author of “They Say, Not Your Average Parenting Book,” available at bookstores nationwide. Connect with Lauren: Buy her book (on Amazon): .