How do you stand in the fire before your vision becomes a reality? If you’ve ever felt uncomfortable sitting in the unknown, but know there’s a next chapter that’s ready to unfold, this episode of the Lead with Love podcast is for you.
In this solo episode, I’ll share some practical strategies on how to move through a transition filled with uncertainty.
I’ll talk about…
3 important stages of clarifying your vision and making it real
The power of community
Leaning into curiosity about what’s working and not working
Why having a coach in your corner is essential
How to turn down the voice of others, so you can hear your own
I’ll also share my morning routine and how to use consistency as the antidote to chaos.
“On the path of entrepreneurship, I do believe that you are going to stand in the fire, and you're going to stand in the fire more than once.”
– JADAH SELLNER
What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!)
Some of the big pivots that I’ve made along my journey in entrepreneurship [2:30]
How I got into the online space and the initial intentions I had starting my business [4:40]
The growing pains I’ve faced through business and why I’ve felt the need to shift through the discomfort [6:45]
What I consider to be the “curse” of being a visionary founder [12:35]
The 3 stages I move my clients through, and why I don’t want you to get stuck too long at any one of those stages [16:55]
What’s worked for me while I’ve been “standing in the fire” [19:10]
How my perspective on friendship and community has shifted over the years [24:10]
The ways that I explore my curiosity, the questions I ask myself and why I document this [27:07]
What having a coach in your corner can do for your life and business [34:22]
The need for consistency in my life and the rituals and routines that bring it to me each day [41:10]
“Life presented other uncertain, unexpected moments that made me pick a different decision and make a different choice based on the new information that was presented to me, that I chose to lean into.” [3:25]
“I’ve always been in this curiosity and creativity of identifying the intersection between entrepreneurship and having a family, and having really big visions, ambitions and dreams.” [5:15]
“On the path of entrepreneurship, I do believe that you are going to stand in the fire, and you’re going to stand in the fire more than once. It’s a lifelong journey.” [11:00]
“Don’t put a timeline on your dreams. Put a timeline on your actions, on your projects and on your deliverables.” [19:39]
“There are some times, especially as busy founders, that we just need someone who is our lifeline, and we don’t owe them anything.” [36:42]
“When you are standing in the fire, in that messy middle, find that consistent ritual to anchor you while there is so much uncertainty and change.” [51:54]
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