What do you need to sustain you? In today’s Lead with Love episode, we explore vulnerability, sustainability, and how building an anti-hustle business takes practice. We also talk about the value of prioritizing in-person connections to build your community even if you have a full schedule.
In today’s conversation, I get cozy with Nikki Groom who is on a mission to help rising women leaders recognize their worthiness, own their power, and amplify their impact – without checking their integrity at the door.
“I’m actually an introvert, which usually surprises people and they don’t want to believe that about me, but when I am with the right people, it energizes me and fills me up. Oftentimes, it is those people where you can dive straight into the really deep conversations and get into the real meaningful stuff.” [Nikki, 9:30]
“I always go into these types of conversations with a high intention, low attachment mindset, so I’m always open to the opportunities that might unfold. I have had single conversations on lunch dates that have led to my best months ever and the most incredible long-term client relationships and referral partnerships, so sometimes it can just be one conversation.”[Nikki, 12:58]
Growing an anti-hustle business is not always easy, and it is something we have to keep coming back to and we have to keep practicing.” [Nikki, 21:42]
“I always talk about being in business with yourself as an evolution, and so just as your business evolves, you are evolving at the center of it.” [Nikki, 30:19]
“[It’s] just being really mindful of what I need and what’s going to keep me going, because a business with you at its core is going to need to be sustainable, so what do you need to sustain you?” [Nikki, 34:01]
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