Many of us constantly struggle to balance self-acceptance and self-improvement in a world flooded with body standards, diet culture, and societal pressures. The battle between body positivity and the idea of hustling for a better version of ourselves can be a...
Many of us constantly struggle to balance self-acceptance and self-improvement in a world flooded with body standards, diet culture, and societal pressures. The battle between body positivity and the idea of hustling for a better version of ourselves can be a sensitive and complex one. Today’s episode is an invitation to Kristen’s journey and how you might be thinking about these two philosophies.
Building a successful business requires a certain level of grit and resilience. But when the going gets tough, do you find yourself getting bogged down by frustration and setbacks? Developing the ability to push through is crucial for entrepreneurs looking to grow their capacity and see results, even in the face of adversity.
Are you reluctant to invest in YouTube because you’re already crushing it on other social media platforms? Don’t let short-term success blind you to the long-term potential of YouTube. While building a following and seeing tangible results may take time, the key is to stay patient and consistent with your content. With the right strategies, you can accelerate your growth and start seeing results sooner than you think.
You know where you want to go, but do your habits align with what you want? Maybe you’re struggling to break the habits preventing you from reaching your full potential. Whether it’s sleep deprivation, too much caffeine, or not enough physical movement, today’s episode will give you a better understanding of the impact of a holistic health approach, the benefits of breaking habits, and the small steps you can take to lead you to the life you want.
Are you getting tripped up in the “how” of business? Well, it’s time to shift your focus from the tactics, operations, and strategies to the most critical factor of all – the “who”. That’s right, by understanding your target audience, you can create more personalized and effective strategies that will take your business to the next level. So, let’s forget about the “how” for a moment and dig deeper into the “who” of social selling
Being a leader isn’t always easy. You’ve got to learn how to balance the wants and needs of others with your needs. And sometimes, things happen that can cause you pain, like someone leaving your team or rumors flying behind your back. In these hard times, it can be easy to call it quits or close yourself off.
The hardest part of being an entrepreneur is working to stay ahead of the curve. Trusting your experience and the relationship with your audience to guide you into places that have never been explored before. This is what must happen when you’re creating something new. Something revolutionary. Something that will change the landscape of the social selling industry.
Workout fads come and go – but there’s one workout that’s remained constant due to how effective it can be when done right. And it’s called High Intensity Interval Training – also known as HIIT. Basically, you cycle between intervals of intense exercise and a recovery periods. This way, you get the benefits of exercising, but it’s done in a more sustainable way.
The number one problem facing most social sellers isn’t a lack of sales. It’s a lack of recruitment skills. Even if you have zero issues selling your product, sometimes the thing that trips you up the most is selling the business. And learning to understand why this happens is the key to fixing it so you can start building your team.
One of our favorite things to talk about here on the podcast is the magic of consistency. Now – we’re not talking about the overnight success type of magic. Actually, quite the opposite. Consistency is the type of magic that happens when you least expect it. And while Kristen knows the difficulty that comes with staying consistent, she’s here to tell you one more time about how beneficial it can be to your business.