Update from Leah
Lately, I’ve been scheduling in time to my schedules just to be creative, and it’s made a world of difference. I wanted to share my experience in case you’re in a chapter that might need more of your creativity too!
When I started building my business, I had to quickly go from creative mode to “figure it out” mode. This was honestly essential, and something that I see people not step into often enough.
Here’s what I mean by “figure it out” mode:
Let’s say you start your business as a skin care blogger. You do so because you love skin care. Marketing isn’t exactly your cup of tea, nor is tweaking your WordPress site, and sales? Forget it. This is the same if you’re a health coach, an artist, a content creator, or any other creative.
So right away, you have to make a choice. Will you be the victim to what you don’t know, or will you step out of that box and into “figure it out” mode. You can’t care that you don’t understand marketing, you have to learn marketing. You can’t dwell on the tech blues, you have to learn your tech. You don’t have time to feel uncomfortable selling, you have to learn to sell.
This chapter of “figure it out” mode is hugely important and shapes the resilience of entrepreneurs.
However, it’s important to recognize when that chapter is over and when you can step back into your full zone of genius. For me, that looked like scheduling a few hours every week (and I’m working toward every day!) to do what I love most: creating content to teach, inspire, and empower entrepreneurship and beyond- supporting people in creating their birthright legacy.
Otherwise, it’s too easy to pass days upkeeping my inbox, designing sales pages, writing emails, and on calls and in meetings. It’s not that I don’t enjoy those things, but at this point, I can outsource them. However, my unique vision and signature strategies that support entrepreneurship are not things that can be passed onto others.
That’s my zone of genius and it’s what has shaped my success. I think it deserves some dedicated time in my calendar!
What’s your zone of genius? Do you feel that you’re doing enough of it? Let me know!
New Podcast Episodes
Ep. 3- Getting Rid of the Old, Making Room for the New
Are you finally ready to make effective changes to your life and daily habits? Episode 3 is all about setting yourself up to be in a place where you are ready to receive what you are craving this year, visionaries. Creating space for new habits in your life is essential for reaching your biggest vision as an entrepreneur and as an individual.
Tune in to this episode to hear:
- The six layers of your life that you may want to examine
- How you can cleanse your life on the exterior and on the interior
- My favorite tips on how to reach your most positive light and best self every single day
Ep. 4- Jacquie Smith, Founder of Little Adapts by Jax
On today’s episode of the Your Biggest Vision show we are pleased to host the founder of Little Adapts by Jax, Jacquie Smith. Jacquie is a holistic nutrition health coach, wellness expert, barre and yoga teacher in New York. She is coming on the show today to share her wisdom and advice on how to lead a healthy lifestyle while in pursuit of your biggest vision and how she was able to quit her corporate job to start her own business. I have done Jacquie’s 12 day cleanse and can attest to how effective her programs are. Don’t miss the group nutrition program that Jacquie is hosting next week!
Tune in to this episode to hear:
- Jacquie’s fitness and health journey from high school to where she is now
- How making little adaptations to your lifestyle can make significant changes in your health
- How Jacquie was able to leave her corporate 9-5 job to become a nutritionist
In just a few hours, I’m hosting a brand new training! This is for those of you close to five-figures OR that have had five figure months and want them to be more regular.
Five Reasons You Don’t Have Five-Figure Months