Taylor is backkkk for a solo episode after an (unintentional) week off during the Thanksgiving holiday. She gets right into it with an anecdotal story about an embarrassing moment she had at the grocery store last week. * clutz * She shares her current emotions and thoughts on entrepreneurship and how the end of year always brings the pressure. Taylor goes deep into owning a business and the mindset principles she’s learned over her 10 years of entrepreneurship – from intuitive marketing and busy seasons to taking time off and staying in control. She gets SUPER vulnerable about a learning moment she went through in her early days of business that instilled a major lesson for her. This episode is full of gems for the entrepreneur who needs a kick in the ass and a hefty dose of encouragement.
Looking for the noteworthy moments in this episode? We got you.
6:07- Making a fool of myself at the store on Thanksgiving day… under the influence.
7:35 – The time I scuffed my first pair of Yeezys.
11:13 – The end of the year as a business owner is exhausting.
13:51 – I’ve always felt like an intuitive entrepreneur and marketer.
14:25 – There will always be seasons of “business mode” and seasons of rest.
15:47 – You have to ride your emotional waves as an entrepreneur to figure out how you want to work in your business.
16:30 – I’ve created a business that requires my time but allows me to have slow seasons and still make income.
18:16 – Create a business with the goal in mind where you can take time off, or not show up 24/7 and still have consistent business.
19:19 – It’s OK to not want to be in your business 24/7, but if you do it will yield results.
21:15 – As a new entrepreneur or business owner, it’s easy to get caught up in everything so fast.
22:12 – If you allow your business to take over your life it stops becoming fun.
23:30 – It’s hard to “clock out” if you’re an entrepreneur.
24:59 – I have to remember I’m in control of my business, and I get to choose what I bring into my ecosystem.
27:14 – We forget as entrepreneurs that we’re human.
28:06 – There was a time in my business when I had a really hard time figuring out who I was in my business.
28:20 – Sharing a story of the time I got caught mimicking another brand. Yikes.
30:06 – Your business will not work if you’re trying to be like everyone else.
31:37 – Just because you see another entrepreneur doing something doesn’t mean you should do it and doesn’t mean it will even work for you.
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