Let’s talk about money shall we?
I’m declaring July to be Money Month! I’ll be digging deep on the topics of money, motherhood and mindset and how they all intermingle.
This week on the blog I am sharing 3 key money mindset blocks that could be stunting your business (and personal!) growth.
Have a read and see if any of them resonate with you.
A Year In Review: 4 Journal Prompts to Help You Use What You Learned in 2018 to Make 2019 Your Best Yet
I think it is so valuable to take some time contemplating the year that has just past and seeing what can be learned and what that means for the year ahead. Not to learn from what you’ve experienced in the past year would be a waste! I decided to share with you the review I am doing in my own business, in case it is the inspiration or motivation you need to do the same.
Want to learn my 3 tips for avoiding overwhelm? Want to also learn the 3 D’s of To Do List management?
[Trust me, you do]
Head over to my blog and I will help you ditch the overwhelm this summer and keep the sanity.
When was the last time you changed your prices? Or even reviewed your pricing structure? If it has been more than 6 months… you definitely want to read this blog post! I’ll be sharing the 5 most common signs that I see that are telling you (screaming at you??) that it’s time to take a good look at your pricing.
Because better pricing?
Yep, that means more money… but it ALSO can mean attracting the RIGHT clients… getting paid your WORTH and working LESS.
Have a read…
Money. Money. Money. Would you like to be making more money from your business? The answer, is in all likelihood: yes and no. Surprised by
One mental shift that can get you unstuck and on your way to success Just ONE mental shift Cori? You may well ask. Well, if
Hey lady! Before we start, I don’t want personal growth to be another stick to beat yourself with. I don’t want to make you feel
6 Surprising Self-Care Activities You Should Plan into Your Business to Keep You on the Path to Success
Self-care is somewhat of a buzzword right now. I am personally a HUGE fan of self-care. I know that when I look after myself,
This is my husband, his name’s Kayvan.
I thought for the sake of balance it might be nice to get his take on things. From the close outsider, looking in on my business and new life I have created.
Because when we are going it alone in the business world, and we have a husband or partner who isn’t self-employed, it can be easy to assume they don’t understand.
It can be easy to assume all manner of things.
It’s just another way that our self-doubt can creep in.
The first book I ever read (ok, listened to, I’m all about audiobooks now I’m a mother) about money mindset poked me.
It made me properly uncomfortable.
I didn’t even finish it the first time.
And I definitely didn’t do the suggested homework.
But something kept me coming back to that book.
Something had been sparked inside me, a teeny tiny flicker of a flame. A small flame of belief that maybe I could change my financial reality. Maybe I didn’t always have to feel like there was never enough.
It took me quite some time to realise that my resistance to the concepts in the book, the reason I would feel a bit… well, ick… after listening to a chapter was because I was being forced to confront something.
I was being forced to confront the fact that I had been letting fear get in the way of my success in life.
I was being forced to confront the fact that I held limiting beliefs about money.
Are you a fan or does the word make you instantly assume it’s going to be hard and techy? I find people are generally divided on this one.
Either way, if you are a mother and a business owner (which I’m guessing you are) then you need to make friends with automation.