Posts tagged entrepreneur
Loving My Work Less Than My Life

I’m in a weird season of entrepreneurship. Pregnancy will do that to you, I guess. In many ways, 2020 has been a year of record highs and big dreams realized. I opened my second studio, hit big goals in my first studio, made great hires that have allowed me to delegate and breathe, and grown the Pure Barre brand in Colorado Springs. It’s been a hard year, too. We’ve had a lot of new hires to make and a lot of transience, and I’ve battled the uncertainty and questions that always come alongside a new venture. But, in the big scheme of it all, there have been far more wins than losses. And yet, I’ve also never felt more disconnected from my businesses, and I know it all comes down to the currently 1 pound baby kicking me in my belly as I write this. It’s not that I love my work any less, I just think that God is preparing me to love something else more.

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Competing Against Yourself

The older I get, the more I realize that perfectionism feels like you're racing yourself, and there are no limits. There is no finish line, no max speed, no goal that's out of reach. The world is at your fingertips, so you keep pushing forward, all the while aware of the fact that you're on a hamster wheel that never stops turning.

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Staying Emotionally Healthy as an Entrepreneur

My passions for wellness and nutrition not only keep me grounded, they have helped me to realize that prioritizing my emotional and physical health in business is the best thing I can do to be a good leader for my people.

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