In college, I started a small Etsy shop and blog from the storage closet in my sorority house. A few years later, and through a very non-linear journey, that small Etsy shop grew into an internationally recognized sweatshirt brand & that little blog led to bestselling books and a publishing career. Now, I'm obsessed about helping other women uncover what they're made to do and take steps to make it happen, too.
Does your work life support your overall life values and priorities?
Woah, that’s a heavy question. So let’s park here for just a second.
Have you ever thought to ask yourself this question? I feel like sometimes it can be the other way around – that we try to arrange our personal lives around our work lives.
And yes, don’t get me wrong, sister. There are seasons where certain things are inevitable and bills have to paid. And there are seasons of building where our time and priorities may feel a bit off-balanced.
And yet – we do live in a time and generation where there are fewer barriers to entry of starting your own business – that could perhaps lead to a work life that is centered around your personal life values and goals.
To help frame this mindset and put some tangibility behind these statements, I’ve brought on my friends, Cassie and Shay. These two ladies are changing the name of the game of what the ‘real world’ looks like.
They are the creators of Bucketlist Bombshells – their 6-figure business that helps women begin their online business by teaching them the strategy and steps to work remotely.
Cassie and Shay booked a one-way ticket to Mexico, met at a coffee shop, and started an online business with no client list, no experience, and not a ton of direction initially. Pretty fearless, huh?
So if you can relate to the feeling of starting small and could borrow a little inspiration, you’re in for a treat because these ladies are dishing their best advice and experience on how YOU can begin your online business. In this episode, you’ll learn:
What you need to simply begin (spoiler alert: you’re already qualified),
How to use your failures to propel yourself forward, and
Insider tips on working effectively as a team.
Sister, even if you’re not looking to start your own business from home, you’ll want to tune in for tangible advice on why you shouldn’t wait to start something until you feel ready and how to respectfully disagree with others at work or life in general.
Cassie and Shay are breaking the mold of what the ‘real world’ looks like and paving the way for the next generation of location, independent women. Won’t you join them?