Maybe it's a long holiday weekend, or the fact that the end of 2020 is on the horizon that I'm thinking about goals and leveling up.
Or maybe it's because I'm sitting in the ski chalet while my kids are having the time of their life and I feel like I won the lottery!
You see, two years ago my brother took my entire family skiing. That would be 5 kids and me. Downhill skiing. No small chunk of change.
Growing up on a farm was a privilege, although I didn’t think so at the time.
But now, so few people get the opportunity, and I can’t help but think they are missing out. Missing out on the nitty gritty of what it takes to really create the food we eat, the family bonding that goes along with that, and of course all the smells. Nothing like fresh cut alfalfa.
This episode we dive into foundations of starting a business strong so you can grow up big and strong. We’re going...
Can I tell you a secret?
I don't like to talk about my kids.
Because I'm not that good at being a mom. Most days I feel like I suck at it. There are too many opinions, personalities and emotional roller coasters to navigate and that's just me.
So when I meet people, I usually like to just talk biz. Because it's safe. I usually have a clue and most days I feel like I'm doing pretty darn good at it.
So when I met Melissa Corkum, a parent...
Do you struggle with conversations?
Maybe it's the introvert in me, but asking questions has always been a struggle for me. I’m not a fan of small talk, but realize it’s necessary to build trust before diving deeper.
However, recently I was with a group of friends where a question was asked. It then lead into sharing an amazing conversation that opened us all up to deeper admiration, respect, and love for each other.
Bonus - it’s a positive fun question...
Nothing like a crappy date to kick your confidence to the curb.
But, I’m thankful for the content it gave me for this podcast. (Always choosing optimism.)
You guys, we all struggle with it. Some of us more than others.
Whether your a mom, a business owner, a partner, or a parent.
You play the loop in your head: Am I worthy enough, good enough, smart enough, young enough, thin enough etc. The list goes on.
But I’m here to tell you that you are!
And when you have...