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Protecting the “Queen Bee” in your business

This is the time of year where you’re in the messy middle of clarity when it comes to the work you’re doing in the world.

You may be…

… prepping for your last launch of the year.

… booking your last few spots for clients to reach your revenue goals.

… slowing down your day to day operations, so you can be present for the holidays.

… questioning if you’re doing enough (or if you’re even on the right path).

I get it.

Last week with my business coach, Pat Flynn, I had an a-ha moment of clarity. I had written on sticky notes what I wanted to talk about to get strategic input. It was all about online traffic, funnels, free opt-ins, passive income.

I also wrote on one sticky note what I really want to be doing. It wasn’t a question, just a declaration. And at the beginning of my coaching call before I went into my “strategic” question, I said, “This is what I want to be doing.”

And instead of getting to my “strategic” question, we mapped out a plan and prioritized action steps to make what I really want to be doing happen now instead of later.

At the end of the call, I said this is what I was going to get your input on first.

And he said, “Wow. This call would have gone in a really different direction.”

For me, I was looking for permission to do the work my soul is calling me to do next. Whenever I try to make money because it seems like the smart way to make it, there’s never enough energy and heart to fuel it.

So my questions for you…

What project are you trying to push to the finish line that doesn’t have any of your heart and soul in it?

What do you really want to be doing?

The soul of your business is what you want to pour the majority of your time into. You want to protect it to make sure it happens and not get distracted from what fuels you and your business growth.

Mike Michalowicz calls this the Queen Bee Role aka The QBR. We go deeper into this conversation in today’s podcast.

Are you ready to increase your financial health, empower your team, and create work from your soul? If you believe money is a form of freedom, but is not the end game, then episode 139 of the Lead with Love podcast is for you.

I get cozy with Mike Michalowicz who is the entrepreneur behind three multimillion dollar companies, which he launched before his 35th birthday. Mike sold his first company to private equity and his second firm to a Fortune 500.

“When someone really loves their business, that’s what I consider the ultimate wealth.”


He’s the author of Clockwork, Profit First, and many more. Mike is a former small business columnist for The Wall Street Journal and the former business makeover specialist on MSNBC. He’s on a mission to eradicate entrepreneurial poverty, so you don’t want to miss this conversation.

What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!):

  • Who we shouldn’t forget about when leading with love
  • What Mike means when he says that we should be “putting life back into business”
  • His journey to becoming a self-made millionaire, losing it all and the pivotal moment that set him on the path to where he is today
  • What a successful business really is and some common misconceptions that people often have about entrepreneurs
  • What is the “QBR”, how to identify it in your business and why knowing it is crucial
  • How he plans to take an “operation vacation”, the challenges he faces with it and why it should be a goal for all entrepreneurs

FIND full show notes here:

Check out the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music (or wherever you listen to podcasts). As you’re listening, take a screenshot, share your favorite takeaway and tag me on Instagram and Facebook with #leadwithlovepodcast.

Warm hugs,

P.S. Are you ready to step into 2019 doing what you really want to do? Let's dream and strategize together. I have 2 spots available in my 1:1 Lead with Love Mentorship™ program. Apply here.

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