As a VIP 1:1 Empowerment Coach, Dr. Shellie Hipsky transforms the lives of her clients while simultaneously being the CEO of Inspiring Lives International, the Exec. Director of the Global Sisterhood, the editor-in-chief of Inspiring Lives Magazine, the award-winning bestselling author of Ball Gowns to Yoga Pants: Entrepreneurial Secrets for Creating Your Dream Business and Brand, a keynote speaker, and a heart-centered “mompreneur”!
Starting a business is one of the riskiest and most complicated things a person can do in their life. Even if someone has an endless amount of money and an extraordinary number of influential contacts, there still isn’t any guarantee of success. Every move a new business owner makes has to be carefully considered and calculated, as each action or decision sets the stage for their future growth and success.
Remember, it doesn’t have to be a product or service you are selling from the stage, it may be inspiration and empowerment that you want the audience to take away from the talk.
Professionals are sometimes acutely aware of how their bad habits impact their work. Other times, they may be told by a peer or a supervisor that they need to adopt a better habit to combat the issue. Of course, this is often easier said than done.
Overworked employees have been touted as heroes for decades, but this mindset is shifting. The significant benefits of using downtime to refresh one’s outlook and renew depleted energy levels have been proven through well-documented research, and overworking is now viewed by experts as a habit that should be avoided.
While it is difficult for many business leaders to let go of their obligations at work for even a brief period of time, they will inevitably need to take some time off at some point. Leaders need to figure out how to keep things running smoothly when they’re not there in advance of an unavoidable absence.
As an entrepreneurial author, you will want to leverage your writing to make an impact on your company and brand.
Establishing two-way trust between employees and leaders can be an elusive goal, but it is essential for growing a successful and sustainable business.
Even the most prolific and successful creative professionals will sometimes hit a figurative brick wall and begin to feel bored. Without access to their former imagination and drive, they struggle to create anything new.
When you feel safe with the stimuli around you and are able to indulge in the activities and behaviors you prefer, you are in your “comfort zone.”