Building systems, routines and rituals in your business is an important part of building a successful business. When you create habits in your business, they become systems you don't have to figure out over and over again.
That's why I set the Top 3 everyday, do my weekly planning session, and also why I like to ask/answer and reflect on 3 Important Questions.
Today's short episode will share those questions, how to use them in a mastermind group, and why they are a great first regular routine to create for your business.
Launching isn't all about action - you have to build in time for reflection, acknowledging your wins, and challenging yourself to do NEW things.
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See you next week!
It's that time of the year when we're reflecting, planning, and when we're thinking about our vision for the next year.
What I've found over the last three months is that I've been really inspired by some very unexpected, dare I say random, things.
I wanted to share those with you today because they might be inspiring to you as well and all of them are things that you can either see, do or seek out yourself!
Some of these are actual items, some of them are things that hit my inbox--and will give you a good insight into where to go for new ideas or maybe like a new take on something that you already want to do.
Maybe you have an idea but you just don't know how to kind of put it in motion.
Show notes are coming soon, but I just had to get this out there to you!
Mentioned during the show is my 2nd Live Launch Mapping class >> http://www.planwithmeclass.com happening this week!
After you listen, make your own list of things that have inspired you this fall and are still inspiring you!
Happy 100 Episodes Batman!
Today, I'm in a reflective mood where I look back at the top episodes, how my workflow has changed, and how I stay inspired to share new shows with you week after week.
Stay tuned for full show notes on annesamoilov.com
Today's episode is a bit of a departure from our normal topic.
Yes, we're still talking about what it takes to launch your ideas into the world, but today, we're talking to author Karan Bajaj about sabbaticals. The idea might seem romantic or somewhat like a glorified vacation, but as you'll discover, there's a lot of power in taking an intentional time away from the goals and busy-ness to make leaps of excellence.
Karan shares some practical advice on:
*Signs you need to schedule your first sabbatical now
*How he took his first YEAR LONG sabbatical from a corporate job
*Why he's kept doing these sabbaticals every 4 years (and how he'll keep them going even with two small children!)
Plus, he shares some easy to implement ways for everyone to start building their own muscle for this type of break.
Head over to here to purchase the book (which goes live TODAY, May 3rd, 2016: http://www.karanbajaj.com/yogamax/
Head over to the blog to read the full show notes:
Today's episode shares the story of Trivinia Barber and how she has grown Priority VA into one of the most respect VA "boutique" agency type companies supporting online entrepreneurs. She's done this all while still working in the trenches herself with online business owner Amy Porterfield. You'll hear how she knew she had to grow, when her husband came on board full time, and why she loves being a VA in a successful business while building her own business too!
In this episode, I share the primary tools I use for every phase of content creation -- whether it's for my blog, this podcast, my new channel on Youtube...coming up with the easiest tool set up is crucial to make sure I can get it all done!
We go through the brainstorm/planning phase, actual creation and workflow, and then finally discuss analyzing what's working and what's not.
Even if you are new to thinking about your blogging or podcasting as a strategy, this episode shares super simple and some fun tools that really work well together!
Check out the show notes for this episode and also check out others you may have missed: http://www.annesamoilov.com/show
They struggled for years and years trying to make the side hustle their main thing work -- to get the chance to finally do what they were passionate about.
That story is a common one in some for one or another for many entrepreneurs...even me! That side hustle keeps you ignited because you push, you struggle, you create, whatever it is… but it propels you forward.
What happens when you get out of that phase of needing a side hustle - when it becomes a full time hustle?
Today's episode covers this topic and more as I explore -
And I also share three people who inspired me to start some side projects myself!