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Earlier this week, we shared part one of this all-star conversation, all about how to say NO to hustle culture. And this conversation has really stuck in the forefront of my mind this entire week. So many aspects of how we choose to live our lives, who we spend time with and who we invest in. What things we bring into our lives and what things we say, “thank you but no thank you.” All of this is wrapped up in this particular topic. Now, if you haven't heard part one, go back and listen to that one first. But if you're ready to continue on, let's pick back up here with my conversation with author Jamie Varon as she simplifies how to say NO to hustle culture. It's time to simplify… Here's how. My all-star special guest today is author Jamie Varon and she's simplifying how to say NO to hustle culture. We tackle and simplify all aspects of it, including: How she defines what ‘hustle culture' is/isn't and what the consequences and warning signs are that you might be caught up in this trap What it means to be “radically content” - in a real, authentic and lasting way When society tells us we are “not enough” - we remain stuck… how we can squash this old story and begin to unlearn what we've been taught us over time Why it's potentially dangerous to be in the constant pursuit of our “best” lives and ideas on what's better …and ultimately, she shows us how to reduce the negative self-talk that keeps you dissatisfied and feeling unworthy of happiness and deep contentment. I believe it's the 1000 daily choices that make up my lifetime. When I choose wisely, my little light inside shines brighter and brighter. And equally, when I get overwhelmed or exhausted, have a slip or hit the big red F-it button in the sky, well… that's a choice too. Either way, I hope you know that you're never too far gone. When you are rooted down in the present, surround yourself with healthy people and life-giving communities, all it sometimes takes is the courage to take the very next step. You can do it, I believe in you… it's time to simplify! Q: Are you ready to say NO to hustle culture? If yes, this one is for you. It's time to #DoTheThing ---- Show notes available with all links mentioned here:https://thesimplifiers.com/podcast/jamie-varon-say-no-to-hustle-culture-part-two-all-star-320
I finally got to talk to Amanda Goetz, a marketer-turned-full-time-creator, who's generously poured out her wisdom on navigating the creator economy. Amanda's journey from corporate life to the creator economy is filled with valuable lessons about embracing awkward self-promotion, overcoming 'Cringe Valley', and the journey of (maybe?) writing a book. This conversation is a must-listen for anyone looking to carve out a calm niche in a world full of "hustle culture," or just for those curious about the behind-the-scenes of a first-time author getting into book publishing.I didn't set out to chat about writing books, but it was too exciting an opportunity: Amanda announced that she's writing a book! Amanda has walked the tightrope of maintaining authenticity while engaging with the book publishing industry's commercial demands, and she shares this experience with us. We get into the nitty-gritty of dealing with Imposter Syndrome, understanding the angle publishers are looking for, and using hype effectively. It's a deep-dive into the business side of books, the choices of self-publishing or seeking an agent, and the journey towards finding validation in our creative endeavors.But it's not all hustle and bustle; we also touch on the vital importance of rest and self-care in our lives. Amanda talks about how crucial it is for creators to set boundaries on social media, carefully choosing what aspects of their lives to share. We learn about the balance between sharing personal and private moments, with invaluable insights from Amanda's own experience, including the trauma of a social media hack and the importance of diversifying platforms. So, tune in for a candid, comprehensive, and genuinely helpful discussion on thriving in the creator economy.Amanda on Twitter: http://twitter.com/AmandaMGoetz Amanda's Newsletter:https://www.amandagoetz.com/Amanda's Instagram: http://instagram.com/goetzam00:00:01 Finding Balance in the Creator Economy00:11:45 Exploring Niche Markets and Writing Books00:17:40 Imposter Syndrome in the Publishing Business00:25:28 The Importance of Rest and Self00:41:02 Boundaries and Authenticity on Social Media00:49:07 Creator's Social Media Hack LessonsThe blog post: https://thebootstrappedfounder.com/amanda-goetz-the-antidote-to-hustle-culture/The podcast episode: https://share.transistor.fm/s/2af3083cThe video: https://youtu.be/DKFBGozqz_cYou'll find my weekly article on my blog: https://thebootstrappedfounder.comPodcast: https://thebootstrappedfounder.com/podcastNewsletter: https://thebootstrappedfounder.com/newsletterMy book Zero to Sold: https://zerotosold.com/My book The Embedded Entrepreneur: https://embeddedentrepreneur.com/My course Find Your Following: https://findyourfollowing.comThis episode is sponsored by Acquire.com (00:01) - Finding Balance in the Creator Economy (11:45) - Exploring Niche Markets and Writing Books (17:40) - Imposter Syndrome in the Publishing Business (25:28) - The Importance of Rest and Self-Care (41:02) - Boundaries and Authenticity on Social Media (49:07) - Creator's Social Media Hack Lessons
It's time to decide… is it time to (finally) say NO to hustle culture running and slowing ruining your entire life? I know I am… but you might not even be aware of the insidious undertone that is happening around us and inside us on the daily, that is totally driving the bus. It reinforces the lie of “not enough” and “you're doing it wrong” because like any virus, it needs a host to feed on. And if that's you I dare say, I'm willing to bet that it's not only affecting your physical health, but your relationships, your sense of belonging, and your mental well-being. Let's unpack all of that so we together can make a change. My all-star special guest today for this all-star episode is author Jamie Varon and she's simplifying how to say NO to hustle culture. She believes you are totally capable of building a satisfied, contented, and happy life for yourself that gently opts out of the societal “shoulds.” There is an infinite wisdom inside you that knows what will make you your most vibrant self and she just wants to help you unlock your truth. Here's how. My all-star special guest today is author Jamie Varon and she's simplifying how to say NO to hustle culture. We tackle and simplify all aspects of it, including: How she defines what ‘hustle culture' is/isn't and what the consequences and warning signs are that you might be caught up in this trap What it means to be “radically content” - in a real, authentic and lasting way When society tells us we are “not enough” - we remain stuck… how we can squash this old story and begin to unlearn what we've been taught us over time Why it's potentially dangerous to be in the constant pursuit of our “best” lives and ideas on what's better …and ultimately, she shows us how to reduce the negative self-talk that keeps you dissatisfied and feeling unworthy of happiness and deep contentment. You can do it, I believe in you… it's time to simplify! Q: Are you ready to say NO to hustle culture? If yes, this one is for you. It's time to #DoTheThing ---- Show notes available with all links mentioned here:https://thesimplifiers.com/podcast/jamie-varon-say-no-to-hustle-culture-part-one-all-star-319
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Disclaimer - I thought about splitting this conversation up into two parts, but I couldn't do it. So buckle up and enjoy the ride. Why does HR often feel the need to do it all? In this week's episode of The HR Sound Off Podcast Show, we dive headfirst into the turbulent waters of Hustle Culture within Human Resources. Join us for an insightful conversation as I sit down with Teresa Vozza, a former HR professional turned Executive Coach. Burnout Stories: Teresa and I discuss our own experiences with burnout in the HR field, sharing candid moments of vulnerability that will resonate with anyone who's ever felt overwhelmed by the demands of their job. Finding Your Zone of Genius: Discover practical tips for identifying your strengths and operating from your "zone of genius." Learn how this can help you not only survive but thrive in the HR world. The Empowered No: When is the right time to say no? Teresa and I explore the art of setting boundaries and assertively saying no when necessary, empowering HR professionals to prioritize their well-being. Tune in to this episode and unlock valuable insights to transform your HR journey. It's time to demystify the misconceptions, break free from the hustle, and rediscover the heart of Human Resources. Let's redefine HR together! Teresa's resources: Four Thousand Weeks by Oliver Burkeman Think Fast Talk Smart Podcast by Matt Abrahams This episode is powered by HRatHeart Consulting Inc. - The HR Safe Space
Today we're talking with Riki (Rebecca) Faith Quinn (@reberrabon_bon) about what it's really like to be a neurodivergent content creator, because it's not all rainbows and sunshine. Tune in as we discuss monetization and mean comments. Want to request a topic? DM me on Instagram: @neurodivergent_magic Helpful Resources: Riki's TikTok: @reberrabon_bon Riki's YouTube: @reberrabon_bon Nicole Parish's TikTok: @soundoftheforest Audio transcript of this episode ✨ Join the Neurodivergent Magic Program to get sh*t done in 24 hours or less. This group coaching program is focused on executive dysfunction and how to cope with it using my tried and true Functional Freedom Framework.
Join me and Team Lashpreneur Coach Victoria Parrish of Lashtastic Lounge for a chat on taking the stress and "hustle" out of running a business! Knowing your numbers is how you start to pay yourself and GROW your pay, your profits, and your progress as a business owner. Unfortunately - the toxic "hustle" culture is bred from an employee mindset that has you overworking and waiting for "someday" for you to get some freedom in your business. So if you want more time/financial freedom - you have GOT TO KNOW YOUR NUMBERS! Tomorrow is the LAST DAY to sign up for my Know Your Numbers Masterclass at the discounted price of only $19 USD. The price goes up September 9th at midnight (New York Time). To learn more about this masterclass so you can TAKE HOME MORE PAY (and stop hustling so dang hard) head to www.thelashpreneur.com/knowyournumbers
Realtalk from Gill: I've been at a serious crossroads about which path to take next in my career. It can be easy to feel trapped in one lane, stuck where you are, or like you have to choose only one thing to focus on if you want to be successful. But choosing something now, doesn't mean you're resigned to that one thing forever. Everything you do is cumulative action towards where you want to end up. Life is a long zig-zagging road, and it's okay to pivot and try new routes along the way. And no one has exemplified how to reinvent yourself and pivot your career again and again more than today's guest, Keltie Knight. Keltie is a three-time Emmy Award winning television personality, podcaster, A New York Times bestselling author, and former professional dancer. She started her career as a dancer and danced in the Radio City Rockettes, in music videos for musicians like John Legend, and as a backup dancer for Beyonce and Taylor Swift, NBD. She pivoted into television as a host, working on Entertainment Tonight and E! News, and covering huge events like The Grammys Red Carpet. She's the co-host and creator of one of the top 100 podcasts in the world, The LADYGANG podcast, which she transformed into a TV show and a bestselling book, Act Like A Lady. And now, she has just launched her new CBS primetime show, Superfan, for which she's the creator, executive producer, and host. Join us as we chat about:The key to reinventing yourself and leaning into career pivotsReverse engineering your dreams and goals VS staying flexible and open to opportunitiesHow to know when it's time to move on to a new project or pivot into a new career eraHow to handle rejection and bounce back from negative feedbackWhat to do when you're categorized and expected to “stay in your lane” The benefit of having multiple jobs or projects on the goThe power of staying unattached to outcomes and just making shit happen How to stay focused with your pursuits when you're a multi-hyphenate person with lots of interests and passionsWe hope this episode inspires you to swing big and pursue all of your passions, because as per Ross Geller, you can always pivot along the way. PS: If you've been dreaming of pivoting into podcasting but aren't sure where to start or how to grow, check our consulting services at teachmehowtoadult.ca/howtopodcast. For show notes and more adulting tips, visit: teachmehowtoadult.caSign up for our monthly adulting newsletter:teachmehowtoadult.ca/newsletter Follow us on the ‘gram:instagram.com/teachmehowtoadultmedia @yunggillianaire@cailynmichaanFollow Keltie:@keltieKeltieknight.comListen to The Ladygang
“2023 has been about giving up the good for the great. You don't know what's on the other side until you let something go.” ~ Dr. Khalia Braswell In this captivating installment of BOSS™ Talk, we hand over the reins to Keiona Eady, a proud luminary at the helm of The Authentic Messenger—a powerhouse PR + Marketing enterprise. Formerly the charismatic voice behind the New Geechee podcast, Keiona steps into the role of our esteemed guest host. Joining her in the spotlight is none other than Dr. Khalia Braswell, an illustrious technologist whose pursuit of social transformation through technology has earned her accolades. Khalia, a Carolina girl turned Philly resident is not only a savvy entrepreneur, but is also mastering balancing her passions and nurturing her well-being. As the Founder of a successful non-profit organization, Khalia knows firsthand the challenges that came with wearing multiple hats. This realization led her to abandon the “hustle culture” she once ardently embraced, recognizing that it was no longer conducive to her personal and professional growth. Here's what you can expect from this episode: Discover how to maintain mental health by making yourself a priority Learn effective techniques for reducing distractions and enhancing focus Explore the profound significance of unlearning and pivoting as indispensable tools for personal and professional development Explore how embracing change can lead to substantial growth and success Recognize when to sacrifice the good in pursuit of the exceptional Remember you can do what you love in the marketplace without sacrificing yourself to do it. So until next time, be sure to subscribe to the show and continue to battle your overwhelm with systems and self-care and walk out your own boss talk. Resources mentioned in this episode: Khalia Braswell - Website Khalia Braswell - Instagram Keiona Eady - Website (The Authentic Messenger) Keiona Eady - Instagram Order "The BOSS™Shift" Connect with BOSS™ Talk If you haven't done so already, subscribe to the podcast. Published episodes will come directly to your favorite podcast app and if you are not subscribed, there is a good chance you will miss out. If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on Apple Podcasts with a short review. Doing so will help me reach more entrepreneurs just like you - ready to leverage systems and self-care to do life and business on their own terms. Connect with La'Vista personally by sending her a DM on Instagram or on LinkedIn At the crossroads of vision and overwhelm right now? Schedule a complimentary Connection Call with La'Vista Jones - you have the capacity to fulfill the vision and take care of the visionary and she wants to show you how to do both.
At age 23, Jenna Kutcher invested $300 in a Craigslist camera, eventually launching her own wedding photography business and punching her ticket out of her windowless corporate HR job. Now she is the ultimate entrepreneur slash mom, and in today's episode, Jenna shares some of the actionable advice, social media strategies, productivity hacks, and entrepreneurial wisdom that helped her figure out her own direction and become a self-made millionaire. Jenna Kutcher is an expert on online marketing, the host of the successful podcast Goal Digger, and is the author of the recent book, How Are You, Really? Jenna believes that we crave lives of fulfillment - not just advancement - and that we can achieve that by investing in ourselves and in our dreams. In this episode, Hala and Jenna will discuss: - Her journey from corporate HR to her first business - How she built a hit podcast from her spare closet - Why overthinking things can impede taking action - How to keep your team lean and focused - Why you should make an inventory of your life - How to take off your golden handcuffs - Avoiding autopilot in your life and career - Not forgetting how to dream - How perfection can turn into procrastination - When to rest and not quit - And other topics… Jenna Kutcher is a small-town Minnesota girl obsessed with all things marketing who turned a $300 Craigslist camera into a seven-figure empire. At the age of 23, she took a chance and left her corporate job to pursue full-time entrepreneurship, starting with a wedding photography business and branching out into online marketing advice. Jenna now works with creative entrepreneurs on how to build profitable, sustainable, and authentic businesses, and is a successful social media influencer. She is best known as the presenter of the podcast Goal Digger for aspiring entrepreneurs and is the bestselling author of How Are You, Really? (2022). Resources Mentioned: Jenna's Website: https://jennakutcher.com/ Jenna's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennakutcher/ Jenna's Twitter: https://twitter.com/jennakutcher Jenna's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennakutcher/ Jenna's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jenna.kutcher/ The Goal Digger Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-goal-digger-podcast/id1178704872 Jenna's book How Are You, Really?: Living Your Truth One Answer at a Time: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09G6SVK5V/ LinkedIn Secrets Masterclass, Have Job Security For Life: Use code ‘podcast' for 30% off at yapmedia.io/course. Sponsored By: Justworks - Learn more about Justworks by visiting youngandprofiting.co/justworks More About Young and Profiting Download Transcripts - youngandprofiting.com Get Sponsorship Deals - youngandprofiting.com/sponsorships Leave a Review - ratethispodcast.com/yap Watch Videos - youtube.com/c/YoungandProfiting Follow Hala Taha LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/htaha/ Instagram - instagram.com/yapwithhala/ TikTok - tiktok.com/@yapwithhala Twitter - twitter.com/yapwithhala Learn more about YAP Media Agency Services - yapmedia.io/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Is Grant Cardone perpetuating toxic real estate investing hustle culture? Explore the allure and risks of Grant Cardone's real estate empire. Learn about Cardone Capital's business model, and the need for investor due diligence. Click here to read the full news report with content extras. If you'd like to get started in real estate investing, download our free guide, 5 Step Beginners Guide To Real Estate Investing, at https://unitedstatesrealestateinvestor.com/freeguide/ Follow us on social: Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/UnitedStatesREI/ Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/unitedstatesrei/ Twitter, https://twitter.com/unitedstatesrei LinkedIn, https://www.linkedin.com/company/unitedstatesrei TikTok, https://www.tiktok.com/@unitedstatesrei? Spotify, https://open.spotify.com/show/6f2Xz83KMZA43OUIUmuJ34?si=DxWjeG6ESOmRii9Eivvb8Q&dl_branch=1 Helping you achieve real estate investing financial freedom through media, networking, and knowledge. Enjoy listening to United States Real Estate Investor content to gain more knowledge and strategies of real estate investing and real estate investment in finance, landlording, property wholesaling, property rehabbing, entrepreneurship, building wealth, learning, teaching, professional networking, property law, tips and tricks, inspiration, motivation, and creating true financial freedom. United States Real Estate Investor Universe Media Mastering: Your audio, more listenable.
Ooooo this one is juicy! I share all about my philosophy on the word "hustle" and why I am anti - "anti hustle" culture. Tune in as I deep dive into how we should approach hustle and what it looks like to be in a state of aligned hustle. ------------ Doors are open for the next cohort of the Aligned Life CEO Mastermind. This mastermind is for CEOs scaling to six and multiple six figures. Inside you will: increase your cash flow/profit, leadership, and peace with an intentional and sustainable business strategy to scale your business working less than 20 hours/week. Our goal as a community is to optimize & align your company with your lifestyle to scale sustainably. ------------- Join Mom's Do Business Different a marketing and sales accelerator for mamas who want to create profitable offers, sign and serve four and five figure clients, and reach consistent $5-10K months all in less than 20 hours/week with a sustainable High Ticket Sales System! MDBD is perfect for you if you want to make more doing the bare minimum while still making a huge impact and delivering a life changing transformation for your clients. This program is comprehensive... we cover lead gen, visibility, sales psychology, launching, email but all in a way that supports you. You can literally mix and match your curriculum to build your own unique strategy because Moms do Business Different and THAT is what I want to support you in. You also can create your own path so you get the support YOU need. We have the Course & Community Path and the Accelerator - both paths allow you to get exactly what you need the way you need it! I want you to create a business that is profitable, predictable, and works for you! ------------ Get the show notes here: Links and Resources Join the SCHMONEY Gang Email list for the TEA - CEO Corner Newsletter Join the Mom's Do Business Different Lifetime Group Coaching Experience Kay Hillman Photography - Branding or VIP Experience Follow me on Instagram: @mrskayhillman Follow the podcast on Instagram: @becomingceo
Why are we not giving entrepreneurship the respect it deserves?We're diving headfirst into a topic that's been poking at my entrepreneurial nerve lately. You guessed it – anti-hustle culture. Anti-hustle culture has us believing that success is just a few lazy afternoons by the pool away. It's like entrepreneurship is some kind of instant gratification vending machine.And, I am not a fan. Please don't mistake my skepticism for some old-school notion of grinding until you drop. Look, I'm all about freedom and balance, but this is hard work! In this episode, we're peeling back the layers of this anti-hustle trend. I'm sharing why it's not the silver bullet it's cracked up to be. Even the most remarkable business ideas need nurturing, dedication, and yes, some sweat equity.You wouldn't work 3-days a week and call it a career...it's a part-time job. So why aren't we giving entrepreneurship with the respect it deserves as your career? Grab your headphones, buckle up, and let's have an honest chat about the '3-day work week' illusion and why entrepreneurship deserves more than a half-hearted attempt.
Episode #331: Welcome to the Let's Go Win Podcast with your host, JM Ryerson, where we dive deep into the art of living life to its fullest potential. In this enlightening episode, JM is joined by the brilliant financial expert, Chad Willardson, as they explore the paramount importance of teaching children financial literacy, challenge the conventional "Hustle Culture," and offer practical insights on achieving the elusive work/life balance.Are you ready to empower the next generation with indispensable financial knowledge? Chad Willardson, an accomplished authority in financial planning, shares invaluable strategies and approaches to equip children with vital financial literacy skills. Discover how these essential life lessons can build a strong foundation for a successful and prosperous future.In a world where burnout is all too common, Chad and JM engage in an eye-opening discussion about the much-debated "Hustle Culture." Tune in to gain a fresh perspective on productivity, success, and the pursuit of happiness. Unravel the secrets to redefining success and breaking free from the chains of overworking.But that's not all—Chad Willardson and JM Ryerson take the conversation further by offering actionable tips to achieve work/life balance, a sought-after state that many struggle to attain. Learn how to harmoniously integrate your personal and professional lives without compromising your well-being. Chad's insights will inspire you to transform your daily routine and experience life with a renewed sense of fulfillment.Join us on the Let's Go Win Podcast, and delve into an enriching conversation that transcends the mundane, ignites your passion for financial education, and empowers you to embrace a life that's harmonious, balanced, and full of success on your own terms.Subscribe now and let's embark on this transformational journey together!Bio:Chad Willardson, CFF, CRPC, AWMA, is the Founder and President of Pacific Capital, a fiduciary wealth advisory firm serving high-net-worth entrepreneurs and families. As one of the top wealth management experts in the country, he is particularly passionate about educating children on financial literacy. Contact Chad:Website https://pacificcapital.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chadwillardson
Hustle culture is a pervasive ideology that tells us that we can and should achieve anything we set our minds to, no matter the cost. But what happens when this culture collides with the realities of being a woman?In this episode, Dr. Monikah and Amy explore the ways in which hustle culture can be harmful to women, both mentally and physically. They'll talk about the pressure to be constantly "on," the unrealistic expectations of productivity, and the ways in which hustle culture can lead to burnout, anxiety, and depression. Finally, they will share some tips for how women can resist the pressures of hustle culture and create a more balanced and sustainable life.1. Honor the flow of energy.2. Accept the fact that we thrive in a community. Connect with Amy and Dr. Monikah on Instagram: Amy: @amywalkercoachDr. Monikah: @monikahogando
“We had one month to refinance the business, or lose our home….”Today's 40 Minute Mentor is Dimple Patel, exited Founder, Advisor and CEO of Trouva - the leading global marketplace for independent boutiques. With roots at Goldman Sachs, Dimple's story is one of endless resilience, having navigated recessions, a major re-brand that almost cost her her home, a global pandemic and multiple acquisitions, including Made.com's collapse. In today's episode, we dive into all of the above, plus: ➡️ Growing up on a Council Estate [05:00] ➡️ Joining Goldman Sachs during a recession and amid mass layoffs [07:12] ➡️ Exploring entrepreneurship as a first-time Founder in a recession [09:38] ➡️ Going from side hustle to full-time Founder [11:47] ➡️ Spotting burnout and the importance of routine rest [14:01] ➡️ Freedom vs Security as a first-time Founder [15:00] ➡️ The decision that almost led to the loss of her house [17:19] ➡️ Exiting her business and navigating what's next [20:00] ➡️ Making the shift from COO to CEO of Trouva [27:48] ➡️ The collapse of Made.com and leading with kindness [30:24] ➡️ Roulette question: Working as a Venture Partner and the Founders she backs [40:13] ⛳ Helpful links:➡️ Connect with Dimple: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dimple-patel-uk/➡️ Find out more about Trouva: https://www.trouva.com/
Hustle culture is overrated, am I right? It's not sustainable. It compromises boundaries. It leads straight to chronic stress and burnout. And I'm not here for it - who's with me?!
“When you live in an environment that's out of control, you latch onto something that will make you feel like you're stabilized.”— Brian RobinsonWorking in a world that values and reveres constant work has led society to increased numbers of burnout and workaholism. But is workaholism really “a thing”? Rest is an essential part of life, and when we don't give ourselves the opportunity to rest, we face avoidable obstacles.In this episode, Dr. Elliott Malamet interviews guest Brian Robinson about work addiction, how people become workaholics, how society supports workaholism, and what to do if you or someone you love is showing signs of work addiction. Tune in to learn what signs and signals may be a key indicator of workaholism, why it's important to support friends and family that may be addicted to work, and how to recognize that work has become a substitute for life. This episode discusses: ✔ Where work addiction and hustle culture come from, and how it permeates our society✔ Overcoming the need for control, plus actionable steps you can take to speak to your workaholic friend or family member✔ The challenges of adjusting to retired life after decades of endless working hours Highlights: 00:54 Elliott's introduction 02:06 Defining hustle culture and work addiction06:33 The need for control 08:19 The hustle “badge of honor” 10:00 Cultural norms of workaholism13:57 Internal Family Systems Therapy 18:11 Behavioral clues of work addiction 21:52 Where the term “Hustle Culture” comes from 24:29 Adjusting to retired life 27:34 Society's part in supporting workaholism 31:30 The right to not be addressed37:11 How to talk to a workaholic in your lifeLinks: To get in contact or learn more about Living Jewishly: Visit our website: https://livingjewishly.org Follow us on Instagram: @living.jewishly Watch us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO2YEegjapKpQeXG6zh6tzw or send us an email at email@example.com. Shalom!
The trendiest addition to the workplace lexicon is "lazy girl jobs," jobs that are high-paying and flexible— the foil of jobs defined by hustle culture. Jason recently got a business pitch from someone who rebuked lazy girl jobs. Jason explains what this pitch got wrong, and how to make your next pitch a success. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We're all just trying to use science to feel 18 again, hustle culture influencers are beefing with *slams laptop* memes, TMFINR lady has unveiled her second tweet, sharks are squadding up in the Atlantic, and the $3 cocaine pill from overseas. Enjoy a free two-week trial on Patreon for additional weekly episodes: www.patreon.com/circlingbackpodcast Watch all of our full episodes on our new YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/circlingback Shop Washed Merch: www.washedmedia.shop (0:00) Fun & Easy Banter (16:05) Recapping This Weekend in Fun (33:10) Penis Rejuvenation Therapy Courtesy of Robot Man (43:30) Hustle Culture vs. Sunday Scaries (58:40) She's Back And She's Motivating (1:09:00) These Sharks Are Certified Boys (1:13:00) Captagon is The Poor Man's Cocaine Support This Episode's Sponsors Rhoback: www.rhoback.com (BACKER20 for 20% off) Birddogs: www.birddogs.com (CIRCLING at checkout for a free tumbler) EveryPlate: www.everyplate.com/podcast (STEAM149 for $1.49 per meal on your first box) AG1: www.drinkag1.com/circling (FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D and 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/circling-back/message
Ever dreamed of stepping off the corporate treadmill and setting your own pace? That's exactly what our guest for today, Wade Gault, accomplished. Wade's entrepreneurial journey began with a spark of inspiration from his father and a deep appreciation for Henry David Thoreau's Walden. As he delves into his journey, Wade highlights the importance of lifestyle in the pursuit of wealth and the pivotal role of connecting with amazing people in his pathway to success.Wade's story is a testament to perseverance and the power of networking. He candidly shares the details of building his business, all while maintaining a balance between his work and personal life. Wade shares his insights on how to manage mundane tasks, the art of prioritizing free time, and the risks of chasing after the so-called 'shiny objects.' All these nuggets of wisdom are sure to get you thinking about your own entrepreneurial journey.As our conversation progresses, Wade spills the beans on starting and growing a service-based business, the importance of seeking mentors, and the power of delivering high value to customers. He further discusses the challenges of juggling multiple projects and maintaining focus. As we wrap up our chat, Wade sheds light on the legacy he aims to leave behind: helping others carve out meaningful, impactful lives. So, buckle up and join us on this enlightening journey to discover how you too can walk your own path to wealth.Connect With Wade:Website: https://www.wadegalt.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/3dayweekendentrepreneur/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/3dayweekendentrepreneurTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@3dayweekendentrepreneurTwitter: https://twitter.com/3dayweekendclubLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wadegalt/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/3DayWeekendEntrepreneurPodcast: https://www.3dayweekendentrepreneur.com/Support the showHOW TO SUPPORT THE WALK 2 WEALTH PODCAST: walk2wealth.supercast.com 1. Subscribe, Rate, & Review us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, or your favorite podcast platform. 2. Share Episodes with your family, friends, and co-workers. 3. Donate what you can financially to help us continue to bring great content that inspires you, and people like you around the world!4. GET YOUR BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO START YOUR DREAM BUSINESS: HTTPS://WWW.BIT.LY/WALK2WEALTHGIFT
I'm back again, giving advice for my tenth advice session! Take what you want and what you need from this episode, as I dive into a variety of topics like what to talk about on a first date, comparison, healthy relationship tips, and hustle culture.
Raise your hand if you've been feeling a little overwhelmed with all of life's responsibilities lately. Our inboxes are always full, and our social feeds are always filled with everyone's nonstop accomplishments. We're in a perpetual juggling act between work, parenting, relationships, and our health (the latter of which usually gets bumped to the back burner). There's always more to do and less time to do it in. These girlies are tired. So this week we're saying goodbye to hustle culture, getting to the bottom of all this burnout, and re-learning how to prioritize our wellbeing. Burnout continues to skyrocket as we take on side hustles and chase the elusive “more” – but the good news is there are real, actionable ways to beat it and prevent it from coming back! But we're no experts, so we called in Chloe Wilde to teach us how she overcame burnout and built a business on balance and wellness.Chloe is a reporter, TV host on Canada's #1 Entertainment show, ETALK, and founder of the Healthy Is Hot app and podcast She has interviewed some of the biggest names in entertainment, from Meryl Streep and Robert Downey Jr., to Kate Winslet and Zac Efron. She's an advocate for health and wellness, and launched her own online community, Healthy Is Hot, for open conversations on difficult health-related topics and coaching tips for living your best life. The Healthy is Hot brand has expanded into a Podcast, Crave Original Series, and an App – where Chloe offers her education and training as a Health and Life Coach in a self-guided app to support busy women as they learn to prioritize themselves.Join us as we chat about:Chloe's experience with burnout and her personal wellness journeyWhat fuels our burnout and overwhelmWhy taking care of yourself should be a non-negotiableChloe's top (and totally realistic) wellness practicesThe importance of having good sleep hygiene Rethinking what productivity *actually* looks likeSetting boundaries at work so you can be your best selfWe hope you're taking care of yourselves and that this episode helps get you back to feeling like the powerhouse you are!PS: If you've been toying with the idea of launching a podcast but aren't sure where to start or how to grow, check our consulting services at teachmehowtoadult.ca/howtopodcast. For show notes and more adulting tips, visit: teachmehowtoadult.caSign up for our monthly adulting newsletter:teachmehowtoadult.ca/newsletter Follow us on the ‘gram:instagram.com/teachmehowtoadultmedia @yunggillianaire@cailynmichaanFollow Chloe:@thechloewildeTry the HIH App free for 30 days!Listen to the Healthy Is Hot Podcast
Productivity has become overcomplicated and synonymous with Hustle Culture - but that's NOT what productivity is! But what actually IS productivity? Why is it so much simpler than we believe it to be? And what are 3 simple tools that you can use today to be more healthily productive? In today's episode, we're covering how to stop doing it all, how to feel proud about the journey you and your goals are on, plus how to feel like you've actually accomplished something today (and every day). Key Takeaways: Learn what productivity IS and is NOT, plus why it's so hard for high achievers to lean into healthy productivity Prime hours: Learn what prime hours are and how to discover what time is best for you to tackle big projects (learn more about prime hours here) One-sitting tasks: Nicole's bread and butter for diminishing overwhelm and tackling the tasks for the day instead of procrastinating Schedule: Having a schedule that allows you to be consistent and clear on your goals for the week (plus gives you the freedom to live your dang life!) JOIN THE SCHEDULING WORKSHOP: Learn more about the upcoming workshop for creating a schedule that works best for you, your goals, and your brain by clicking the link below: https://www.lifecoachbaker.com/schedule MORE FROM NICOLE: Take the FREE “What Type of Perfectionist Are You?” quiz and learn how to overcome the negatives of your perfectionist type! Get Over the Overwhelm: Your Mini-Course to End Overwhelm for Good Schedule your FREE 30-minute Discovery Call Connect with Nicole on Instagram __ This podcast is produced and edited by the WONDERFUL Ariel Villafane! She's accepting clients and you can contact her here.
As a college student, I have at times subscribed to the phrase "rise and grind," which has made me think about the notion of productivity that it carries. The conversation surrounding hustle culture has two extreme opinions. On the one hand, there is the glorification and praise of those who dedicate their lives to their craft, and on the other, there is the rejection of this culture entirely. On today's episode, listen as I discuss the pros and cons of hustle culture -- one that has taken on a spiritual dimension, redefined buzz words such as "ambition, visionary, and grit," and set up the expectation that we must be overly dedicated and constantly passionate about what we do.
In today's solo episode, I'm sharing with you:4 Tips to break away from Hustle CultureWhat the Patriarchy has created for all of us related to hustlingRelationships are everythingHow to connect with your divine feminine energyIf you enjoy this episode, please give us a rating it helps more people find us!Let me know which tip is your favorite here: https://www.instagram.com/selfexpressedbabe/Learn more about & sign up for Heart Magick here: https://selfexpressedbabe.com/heart-magick/ Watch this episode on youtube: https://youtu.be/j_EdR6cqda4
In this episode, we discuss the potential risks of hustle culture and the need for a healthy work-life balance. We also spotlight a team member's perspective on managing their roles and aspirations. Our headlines segment covers the state of cryptocurrency and recent developments, while our Mystery Monday dives into the question of whether the Illuminati truly exists. Tune in for an engaging and thought-provoking episode that offers insights into various intriguing topics. Prime Corporate Services - I have partnered with these guys and we will set up an LLC for you for FREE, no JOKE! (small state filing fees apply) These guys do LLC formations in any state, they also do tax services and pretty much anything you need. Schedule a FREE consult here: https://primepartner.info/fasterfreedom Connect with Sam and Lucas: - Website - https://fasterfreedom.com/ - Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/samfasterfreedom/ - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/SamFasterFreedom/ - LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/faster-freedom/ - YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ0PT_ukTeNVAr0XPiSX2Lw - TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@samfasterfreedom
How do you go from head of marketing and advertising at NASA to becoming one of the top women entrepreneur's in the marketing industry? Jen DeVore Richter sits down with Brad to share her extraordinary journey of working at NASA's Kennedy Space Center—working with Buzz Aldrin and the original Apollo Astronauts—to setting out on her own as a marketing guru and becoming the "Queen of Magazine Marketing." This is a great conversation between friends covering mindset, tactics, Jen's conversion to Christianity, letting go of "Hustle Culture," and her fascination with Bob Ross. Jen's latest book, sets the stage for today's entrepreneur; Outsource Your Marketing: Reach More Prospects, Scale Faster, and Work Less. This is a fun episode. All About Jen DeVore Richter: Jen DeVore Richter is the former head of advertising and consumer research for NASA at Kennedy Space Center. She made the switch from NASA Marketing Executive to Entrepreneur in 2003 and in 2019, was awarded "Innovator of the Year" for excellence as a marketing consultant. She is the author of four books, including her latest, “Outsource Your Marketing: Reach More Prospects, Scale Faster, and Work Less.” Jen holds a master's degree in business management. Her career expands over several industries, including television and broadcasting, advertising, speaking, and magazine publishing. She is a globally recognized expert on the topic of Authority Marketing holding the top spot on YouTube as the #1 channel on “Magazine Publishing.” She has presented for Dan Kennedy's Magnetic Marketing, ClickFunnels Radio, and Video Marketing World. Jen is a Certified Platinum business coach and professional speaker lauded for her fluff-free, results-oriented approach. Jen lives in Golden, CO, but has clients around the world. About Awakened Nation: Fueled by the passion to ignite game-changing conversations, award-winning author Brad Szollose created Awakened Nation—a podcast dedicated to deeper conversations with today's outliers and cutting edge entrepreneurs, idea makers and disruptors, bestselling authors, activists, healers, spiritual leaders, professional athletes, celebrities, politicians and rock stars...conversations that take a deep dive into the extraordinary. This podcast will challenge your beliefs. Think Art Bell meets Joe Rogan. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/awakenednation/support
On this highly requested episode of The Imperfect Success Podcast, we're about to dive into a big conversation around the allure of hustle culture and the sustainable alternative of hard work. We delve into why it's destructive, explore why 'hard work' is a more sustainable model, and share guidance on making the mindset pivot from constant hustling to hard work. Key Takeaways: Unpacking Hustle Culture: Defining hustle culture and its role in perpetuating burnout, anxiety, and feelings of inadequacy Redefining Hard Work: Understanding hard work as a sustainable alternative to hustle culture How hard work is the sustainable option: Why hard work offers a more balanced, less anxiety-ridden path to success Transitioning from Hustle to Hard Work: Practical tips and strategies to shift your mindset from hustle to hard work Leave a review if this episode resonated with you. Remember, perfection isn't the goal—imperfect, sustainable growth is. MORE FROM NICOLE: Take the FREE “What Type of Perfectionist Are You?” quiz and learn how to overcome the negatives of your perfectionist type! Get Over the Overwhelm: Your Mini-Course to End Overwhelm for Good Schedule your FREE 30-minute Discovery Call Connect with Nicole on Instagram __ This podcast is produced and edited by the WONDERFUL Ariel Villafane! She's accepting clients and you can contact her here.
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Welcome to a new episode of our podcast! Today, we have an exciting guest joining us – Jessica Karels. Growing up in a very restrictive religious environment, Jessica found herself without an outlet to explore her interests. However, everything changed when she discovered Tarot at a young age. In 2017, she bravely came out of the broom closet, embracing her spiritual journey. During the episode, Jessica delves into the importance of setting boundaries and recognizing self-worth as the first part of healing culture. She shares her unique perspective on charging for services and the accessibility challenges that come with it. Jessica also highlights the significance of allowing individuals to determine the price based on their own internal integrity. Later on, we explore how a psychic can advise people about marriage and discuss the deeper meaning of being a healer. Join us as we dive into these intriguing topics and more. With plenty more insights to discover, this episode promises to be a riveting and enlightening experience for all listeners. So sit back, relax, and let's dive into this enthralling conversation! Jennifer introduces her guest, Jessica Karels. 00:10 Raised in a religion that is very restrictive. 2:10 As an eight year old, there wasn't really an outlet. 4:00 How did she become interested in Tarot? 6:50 Coming out of the broom closet in 2017. 11:20 The first part of healing culture is about boundaries and self worth. 15:55 How she has been able to frame this in a way that makes it make sense. 18:30 Charging for services is not controversial. 20:45 Accessibility is always going to be an issue with money. 23:10 There are accessibility issues, as not everyone can afford to pay. 24:00 This allows them to set their own price based on internal integrity. 28:30 How can a psychic advise people about marriage? 32:20 What does it mean to be a healer? 35:00 The juice is worth the squeeze. 39:40 The importance of going through shadow work to recognize if it takes long time.41:50 Writing a book as a lead generation tool. 47:00 A lot of these things really need to have a private conversation, a call out. 49:50 Capitalism, hustle culture and healing culture. 52:25 What would she say to the younger Jessica and what message do she need to convey to her? 57:55 Links: Website: https://themysticgeek.com/ @themysticgeek (Facebook, TikTok, Twitter) @the_mystic_geek (Instagram, Pinterest) Soon to be release: https://mysticsidehustle.com/ ______________________________________________ Host Jennifer Moore is an author, energy healer, intuitive mentor, master trainer for EFT International, podcast host and founder of The Empathic Mastery Academy. https://www.empathicmasteryacademy.com https://www.empathicmastery.com Get Jen's book Https://empathicmasterybook.com @EmpathicMastery (IG) https://www.instagram.com/EmpathicMastery Join Jen's free FB group for monthly full moon masterclasses and her Empathic Safety Guide at https://www.empathicmastery.com/masterclass
When you think of entrepreneurial poverty, you probably think of money, right?Entrepreneurial poverty isn't just a financial concept, though. And while I've talked about this concept in lots of interviews over the last year, I've never done it in-depth on this show... until now.Today begins a new series on getting yourself out of the entrepreneurial poverty that comes with hustle culture. In this episode of the Promote Yourself to CEO podcast, you'll learn how hustle hype has directly led to women entrepreneurs bearing the brunt of this situation and the three kinds of entrepreneurial poverty you can experience in your business. On this episode of Promote Yourself to CEO:3:47 - What does poverty of time look like for women entrepreneurs? It's not (just) about literally working around the clock.8:53 - I share the big mindset shift that helped me realize the necessity of avoiding the poverty of time struggle when I started my business.11:52 - Energy poverty is HUGE right now for entrepreneurial women, and the conversation around it has changed in the last few years. Why?17:54 - The feast or famine cycle epitomizes entrepreneurial poverty of money. I discuss what it looks like and how it compounds the other two problems.25:55 - Influencers love peddling the hustle hype. But who are these celebrity entrepreneurs actually targeting, and how do they lead people astray?30:34 - Here's how succumbing to the culture of FOMO (fear of missing out) contributes to the entrepreneurial poverty cycle.35:14 - How can you build a solid sustainable business without the entrepreneurial poverty that hustle hype creates? I give a little preview of the rest of this series.Mentioned in Why Hustle Culture Creates Entrepreneurial PovertyThe CEO CollectiveBusiness Growth ChecklistRacheal on Instagram and TikTokRate and review on Apple Podcasts
“Do you recall that famous study which stated that once a person hits an annual income of $75,000, any earnings above that have no bearing on life satisfaction? Well it turns out that number is wrong — but likely not for the reason you think. A brand new study has found that, yes, making more money can lead to greater life satisfaction. But here's the kicker: It only works if you already possess emotional well-being. Put another way, increased “financial wealth” doesn't lead to increased happiness if you don't already have a solid foundation of “emotional wealth.” So how do we solve this money-happiness paradox and learn to build that essential base layer of “emotional wealth”? Enter: Harvard MBA and financial wellbeing guru, Manisha Thakor. In her forthcoming book, MoneyZen: The Secret to Finding Your “Enough”, Manisha shares her candid journey out of the Cult of Never Enough—a painful mindset that tells you the money you earn, accomplishments you achieve, and praise you receive is never enough. Being trapped on the hamster wheel of Hustle Culture for virtually her entire adult life nearly destroyed Manisha's relationships, health, and sense of self-worth. So she set out to understand why so many of us develop toxic relationships around work, money, and success at the expense of our emotional well-being and, crucially, how to flip this mental script. Manisha wrote MoneyZen to share the powerful blueprint she developed on that journey—one that can be used by anyone irrespective of age, income, or profession—to stop surviving as a human doing and start thriving as a human being. Woven throughout the book are inspiring stories of individuals from all walks of life, sharing their own unique experiences escaping the Cult of Never Enough. Interviews with a wide range of experts, from wealth psychologists and workaholism researchers, to career coaches, economists, and even evolutionary biologists, provide readers with insights on the role that personal, cultural, societal, and physiological factors play in a Never Enough mindset.” While on the show notes page, I'd love for you to join our newsletter. You'll receive more inspiration and tips to love yourself and live your best midlife. You'll also get a FREE copy of Michele's Book, Design a Life You Love (available for a limited time). WHAT YOU'LL LEARN: Why your net worth doesn't = your self worth. How Manisha got caught up in the culture of never enough and how she managed to finally get out. How her little “T” traumas from childhood set the stage for not feeling good enough and created a desire to be financially free. Why she ended in the hospital twice and how almost dying was still not the wake-up call she needed to change. The moment that she realized she had achieved what she wanted and decided she wanted to living on her terms with more joy and simplicity. The advice she has for us on how to get off of the hamster wheel and take back control. How she's managed her depression and why it's important not to judge someone's insides by how put together their life may look on the outside. Her definition of a good life and much more. RESOURCES MENTIONED Join Michele's Newsletter Michele on Instagram Michele's Book Manisha's Website: https://moneyzen.com/ http://moneyzenbook.com/ Manisha's Book: MoneyZen https://www.instagram.com/manishathakor/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/manishathakor/ https://www.youtube.com/user/ManishaThakor ABOUT THE GUEST Manisha Thakor has worked in financial services for over thirty years, with an emphasis on women's economic empowerment and financial wellbeing. A nationally recognized thought-leader in this space, Thakor has been featured in a wide range of publications including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, NPR, PBS, CNN, CNBC, Real Simple, and Women's Health. Prior to writing MoneyZen, Thakor co-authored two personal finance books for women in their twenties and thirties. Today her work focuses on helping individuals of all ages to balance financial health and emotional wealth. Thakor earned her MBA from Harvard Business School, her BA from Wellesley College and is both a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and a Certified Financial Planner (CFP). She splits her time between Portland, Oregon and rural Maine. Thank you for listening to the show! If you enjoyed this interview, please take a moment to rate and review it on Apple podcasts. Your reviews are so appreciated! Not sure how to do it? Instructions are below. XO, Michele
What is a lazy girl job? It's not quite like how it sounds. The actual 'girl' doing the job isn't lazy per se. The now-viral phrase is Gen Z's latest dig at hustle culture and burnout plaguing the prior generations. It's a job that pays a living wage that low expectations and responsibilities outside of the typical work hours - usually a remote job. Is Gen Z actually lazy or are they learning young how to redefine success and achieve real work-life balance?
Have you ever felt like you're in a perpetual state of hustle, constantly pushing but never truly feeling satisfied? What if there was a different way to work and live - a way that marries intuition and flow instead of endless grind? In this episode, we have the pleasure of chatting with Megan Arneson, a coach who guides entrepreneurs to break free from the toxic hustle culture and guides them towards a life of intuitive flow. Tune in and discover ways to reimagine hustle culture.Timestamps to help you navigate this episode:(0:00) Intro(0:20) FREE Self Love & Sweat MONTHLY Calendar(1:52) From Hustle to Flow(18:46) Recognizing and Listening to Body Whispers(22:40) 25% OFF Snap Supplements with code LUNDEN25(24:41) Release and Trust Your Inner Voice(36:06) Balance and Self-Care in Busy Life(45:03) Embrace Authenticity, Let Go of Hustle(53:57) Reimagining Hustle CultureConnect with Megan:IG: @fuckthehustleofficial @meganlynnarnesonSupport the showNEW COURSE 50% OFF: Level Up Your Language & Your Life - How to go from talker to communicator: https://houseofnaba.com/collections/courses/products/level-up-your-language-your-life-how-to-go-from-a-talker-to-a-communicatorFREE Self Love & Sweat Monthly Life Coaching Calendar: http://lifelikelunden.com/calendarOne-On-One Life Coaching & NLP with Lunden:http://lifelikelunden.com/vipConnect with Lunden:IG: @lifelikelundenYouTube: https://youtube.com/lundensouzaLinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lundensouza/Twitter: @lifelikelundenUse code LUNDEN25 for 25% off Snap Supplements: https://bit.ly/snapsweat
Do you ever get that feeling when your head hits your pillow, that you've been running around all day but still didn't do enough? That is hustle culture. It's a lie that tells you that your worth is based on the amount that you get done, even if it's not what's right for you. What if we shifted our mindsets to a different form of productivity? It's called peaceful productivity, where you stay sane and feel accomplished. Jess Massey teaches you what peaceful productivity is, how it's different than “get all the things done” productivity, and ways you can move towards shifting both your mind and to your to-do's to reflect this kind or productivity. She shares her five tips to hustling sanely, and how they can be done every day and during any season, to let go of the hustle and usher in peaceful productivity. Finding Me Academy My FREE DSL Training My FREE habits class Full Show Notes Sticky Habit Method Today's episode is brought to you by K12, visit K12.com/PROGRESS to learn more and find a tuition-free K12-powered school near you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hey there, it's Allison Hare, your go-to hype woman! Guess what? Your dreams are right there, waiting for you to grab 'em! I just dropped a no-BS podcast episode that'll shake you out of that "I can't" mentality. Let me tell you, those big dreams of yours? They aren't impossible – it's all about the micro changes, baby! So stop overthinking and waiting for the perfect moment – the time is NOW! I'm here to push you past those excuses and self-doubt. Say goodbye to that guilt, it's time to prioritize yourself and unleash your potential. Trust me, it won't be easy, but together, we'll ignite that fire inside you and make those dreams come ALIVE. Ready to step up? Book a call with me and let's make it happen!
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Running your own business can be a long and lonely road. As you reach out for community, you may be flooded by posts talking about “hustle culture”, “always earning”, and other popular philosophies around working that glamorize working yourself into the ground. As enticing as it can be to surround yourself with this kind of messaging, it's not a lifestyle that fits everyone. Burnout, anxiety and other mental health issues are more prevalent among young entrepreneurs now than ever before, and the impact of depriving yourself of rest can be devastating. So how do you keep the balance between profit and personal self?In today's episode, we are joined by best-selling author, business mentor, host of the Lead with Love® Podcast, and sought after international keynote and TEDx speaker Jadah Sellner. Combining her own encompassing experiences of starting a business with her passion for founders succeeding in all aspects of their life, Jadah helps founders grow their businesses to the next level without sacrificing what matters most. Listen in as we speak about:Creating a support system, inclusive of coaches and mentorsThe importance of slowing down and investing in rest to avoid burnoutCelebrating oneself and reflecting on what is working/not working in your businessBuilding your business with loveAnd much, much, more!Connect with Jadah Sellner: InstagramLinkedInLead With Love PodcastShe Builds: The Anti-Hustle Guide to Grow Your Business and Nourish Your LifeConnect with Fearless Foundry:Fearless FoundryMadeline ReevesFinding Fearless is an exploration of human-centric leadership and a celebration of ambition, releasing every other week on Wednesdays, 6AM PST. If you liked the show, please rate, review, and share! You can also visit our website to learn more about how to become a sponsor of Finding Fearless! Finding Fearless is produced by Fearless Foundry, a creative consultancy focused on advancing ambitious humans from around the globe to amplify their impact through branding, marketing, and business development. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in our services and can follow us on all social media @fearlessfoundry. Season 4 music is by Premium Beats. All audio is recorded and owned by Fearless Foundry.
Get ready for another awesome episode of The Radcast! Today, our host, Ryan, is joined by the super talented country music sensation, Spencer Crandall. They have a captivating conversation about Spencer's incredible journey, the struggles of hustle culture and burnout, making it in the music industry as an independent artist, leveraging the power of social media, and of course, his amazing new music. Join this inspiring exploration of the world of music, travel, personal growth, and the pursuit of dreams. Spencer's story serves as a testament to the power of confidence, resilience, and staying true to oneself in the face of challenges. Don't miss out on this episode full of valuable insights and exciting updates from a rising star in the country music scene.Key notes from this episode:Spencer shares fascinating stories about life on the road as a country musician plus the ups and downs, the adventures, and the unique experiences he has encountered along the way. (01:23)The duo discuss how Spencer's love for music began and the pivotal moments that shaped his career. We hear the insights into his early musical influences and how they continue to inspire his work today. (02:52)Ryan and Spencer discuss how Spencer tapped into his natural musical talent and nurtured it, along with the importance of confidence in pursuing one's dreams and overcoming self-doubt. (06:34)The pair have a candid conversation about the pressures of hustle culture and its impact on artists. Spencer opens up about his experiences with burnout and the importance of self-care in maintaining mental and emotional well-being. (14:41)Ryan brings an inspiring discussion about Spencer's personal journey with sobriety and how it has shaped his music, his outlook on life, and the positive impact it has had on his career. (19:04)Spencer shares his insights into the advantages and challenges of being an independent artist. The duo discuss the freedom, creative control, and unique opportunities that come with being independent, as well as the potential benefits of working with a label. (23:01)Spencer focuses on creating emotionally evoking music that pays homage to country while straying from the sound of other popular artists in the genre. (30:41)Ryan and Spencer chat about his new music releases, collaborations, and future aspirations. Get a sneak peek into Spencer's upcoming projects and his creative process. (40:11)This episode is packed with information, wisdom, and passion and we know you will get a ton of value from this.If you want to learn more about Spencer Crandall, follow him on Instagram @spencercrandall or on TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@spencercrandall and his Spotify Spencer Crandall.Learn more by visiting our website at www.theradcast.comSubscribe to our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/RadicalHomeofTheRadcastIf you enjoyed this episode of The Radcast, Like, Share, and leave us a review!
In today's episode, Abby shares how she is working through her perfectionist tendencies (in even the tiniest areas of life) & overcoming hustle culture habits. Be sure to leave a review and follow @inbloompodcast and @abby.asselin on Instagram!
There's been a recent viral debate I've seen across Instagram between “hustle culture” and “anti-hustle culture” so I couldn't resist throwing in my two-sense. In today's episode, you'll hear which side of the fence I land on and why, as well as two main reasons I think “hustle culture” gets a bad rap. We'll also discuss what I think is really going on with people and their relationship with hustle, as well as something surprising that happens when hustle meets aligned purpose.
In this episode, Cy chats with Henry Albrecht, founder of Limeade, an industry-leading SaaS employee well-being company about the lessons he has gleaned from mining the data on the contributors to disease and well-being as well as how he moved beyond the “hustle” culture to create a life well-lived.
This podcast episode is your permission to start building the life YOU want! So go out there and start making small changes that help you avoid burnout.Text me at 972-426-2640 so we can stay connected!Support me on Patreon!Twitter: @elliottspeaksInstagram: @elliottspeaks
Today, I want to talk about ambition. Right now, I'm in the middle of my own reckoning with it. If you're feeling the same way, then this episode is for you. We're beginning to dismantle what ambition means and how it shows up. It's not us that's the problem but the environment. I don't want to feel like I have to contort, trim, or lessen who I am to fit an idea the world presents to me. So I'm opting out. Demolishing ideas and beliefs to rebuild one brick at a time. My question becomes….does ambition have a place in my life if it's not the hustle and grind way? Let's talk about this.Read the full blog post about this episode hereResources:Article: What Comes After Ambition? by Ann FriedmanTHIS WEEK'S INTENTIONI'm ambitious in the unfolding of my truest, natural life. I walk toward my ambitions through laughter and inspiration. THIS WEEK'S WRITING PROMPTWhat “obstacles” are in my life that stop me from fully leaning into my creative endeavors? What would it actually take for me to accomplish my biggest ambitions? Would I or could I delegate to remove some of those obstacles?” If not, how can I adjust to make this ambition more palatable?Get our free daily emails hereBuy:Our Happy Habits TrackerOur productivity eBookGet our free guides:Learn about masculine and feminine energy hereMake a sustainable morning routine hereSupport us:Love this podcast and want to help us keep going? Become a member hereLET'S STAY CONNECTEDSubscribe: Apple, Spotify, StitcherFollow us on Instagram: click hereVisit our website: click hereNEW EPISODE EVERY TUESDAYNEW MINI-EPISODE EVERY THURSDAY*This affiliate link helps support the podcast at no extra cost to you!
Today's powerful case study edition of the podcast showcases a past member of my mastermind group who has skyrocketed her business, and is now on track to generate multiple 7-figures a year in revenue! In this episode you'll meet Zarayda Groenhart, who reveals the key concepts from the mastermind and Business By Design that she uses and has helped her gain success not only in business, but in so many other areas of her life! If this episode inspired you in some way, take a screenshot of you listening on your device and post it to your Instagram Stories, and tag us @jameswedmore and @zaraydagroenhart. In this episode you'll hear: Why Zarayda credits finding and listening to this podcast as helping her become the entrepreneur that she is today The big lesson she has learned about hustling in business How one question that I asked Zarayda changed everything and led to her creating a new identity for herself The way that Zarayda came to realize that sales is really about service, and what this shift has allowed her to do in selling her own products and services What happens when you start valuing your quality of life more than you value the thoughts and opinions that others have of you Which parts of BBD she still uses and references regularly today For full show notes and links, visit: https://www.mindyourbusinesspodcast.com/blog/632