“A lot of women label themselves as procrastinators, but is it really procrastination?” In this week’s episode, Sonya and Laura chat about a topic that has been coming up frequently in the Women in the Business Arena Facebook Group. The conversation centers around what procrastination really is and why many women perceive themselves as procrastinators when really there is something else going on that they need to pay attention to. Sonya discusses how the term “procrastination” is a blanket label that we can tend to give when we don’t accomplish what we think we “should”.
“We need to become more aware of where we’re operating from.” In this week’s episode, Sonya and Laura discuss the importance of having clarity around what is really important in our business, not just what we need to “do”, but also what to put our attention on for the most results. A lot of business owners struggle with prioritising in their business. It is easy to lose money, time and energy focused on things that don’t add to our income or impact. Knowing what is really important creates the space we need to succeed in our business, and our life.
Women in the Business Arena™ 64: How to Know When You’ve Reached Your Capacity (and What to Do About It)
“How much can we hold? Can we really keep holding more and more until we pop?” In this week’s episode, Sonya and Laura are digging deep to uncover a topic that isn’t widely talked about, especially in business. How much capacity do we really have to serve our clients and the people we love? How much capacity do we have to hold our own emotions, worries, stresses and those of others? Do we only have a finite amount of space? What are the indicators that we have reached our capacity, and how do we keep running our businesses when we are full?
Women in the Business Arena™ EP 63: What do we do when someone else is “projecting” their feelings and thoughts onto us?
“How do we determine the difference between what is truth and what is a projection?” In this week’s episode, Sonya and Laura talk about a subject that can be a challenge for you and your business. Understanding the concept of “psychological projection” is important when running a successful business, especially if you are working intimately with clients. When we are working closely with other people, it is easy to get caught up in others emotional reactions and defence mechanisms, or our own.