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“It’s always better to wait to delegate until you are stabilized… You want to be able to understand all of the ins and outs of your business. If you don’t know what to do or understand it, it’s going to be really difficult to delegate to someone and explain what you want.” - Sonya This week on the Women in the Business Arena Podcast, we’re discussing how and when to utilize delegation in your business. We have seen too many people build their business as a house of cards that topples when they delegate too soon. However, once you have an established business, there are components of your business that don’t require your full attention day-to-day, and there are tasks that lie outside of your area of genius. Delegating the right tasks to the right people can help you to move your business forward in a healthy and sustainable manner.
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“Our ability to manage our self-doubt is what determines our ability to succeed.” - Sonya This week on Women in the Business Arena, we’re getting real about self-doubt. Self-Doubt is the number one saboteur in our business. It is a pervasive influence that has shown up in the life of every single woman we’ve ever met. At times, the intensity of our self-doubt can match the intensity of our creativity, fire, excitement, and passion that led us to start a business in the first place. So, if self-doubt is universal, how do we navigate it successfully?
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“When people don’t have a trust and certainty in themselves, the fear around uncertainty is that they don’t believe they can do it. Even in the midst of uncertainty in life, we can develop a trust and certainty in ourselves.” This week on The Women in the Business Arena Podcast, we’re getting certain about uncertainty. As solopreneurs, we are in the business of uncertainty. While there is a certain level of uncertainty for all humans, running a business tends to come with a greater level of the unknown. Studies have shown that entrepreneurs typically carry a greater capacity to handle risk. Some of us have learned to thrive because of uncertainties we experience in formative years, others may go into survival mode when facing the unknown. Whatever the experience with uncertainty has been, our perception of uncertainty is key to moving through it and continuing to find an inner source of stability, regardless of the situations we face in business and life.
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“Often times we have big visions for the New Year… that allows us to focus and move forward. But I also think that sometimes we’re not very realistic. It can cause us to not be focused enough. It also can allow for disappointment and discouragement when we’re not moving fast enough.” This week on the Women in the Business Arena Podcast, we’re discussing goal setting. As the new year approaches, this is often a time of excitement and dreams as we take a look at goals for the next year. So often, we can make big plans in December, only to find ourselves disappointed and discouraged in February when we have a lack of progress, or our plans have been derailed. In order for goal setting to be manageable, it must allow us to see progress, but it also needs to extend kindness towards self. If we aren’t intentional in how we set our goals, we can sabotage ourselves before the year even begins.
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