Are you happy with your life?
Do you wish that you had more flexibility in your schedule?
One of the many benefits of entrepreneurship in the online space is the opportunity to design your life in a way that aligns with your core values. Oftentimes, people see the end result of designing a freedom lifestyle but don’t get to see the process that led up to that flexibility.
In this week’s episode of It Girl Radio, we are giving you a behind the scenes peek at what our day-to-day lives look like as well as some great tips for how to get started as a business owner.
Check out this episode of It Girl Radio and be empowered to take charge of your life!
[5:20] Stephanie and Jessica discuss what their lives were like before they became entrepreneurs
[9:43] Stephanie talks about how to shift your mindset in order to get started
[11:55] Jessica discusses the core values that informed her decision to go into business for herself
[17:17] Stephanie and Jessica share practical tools for starting an online business
[18:48] Stephanie and Jessica talk about the role that collaboration plays in their professional lives
[22:55] Jessica shares how her support system helps her to cultivate a “freedom lifestyle”
[30:55] Stephanie talks about the importance of setting clear boundaries
Key Insights Shared on this episode
“The first and most important thought is the belief that it is possible to design the life you want.”
“I’m really passionate about guiding women in their twenties to start thinking right now about whether they want to have children and how that will affect their careers.”
”Ask yourself: Are you really happy with being confined in a role in a strict corporate structure for your whole life?”
“If you have a dream… if you have a goal in the back of your mind…if you don’t try it, you’re always going to be thinking – Well, what if that did work?”
“Chances are if you discover that a lot of the tasks you do in a work day are things that only you can do, you can improve the way you do them.”
“Being at your desk for the sake of being at your desk is a symptom of an employee mentality.”