PODCASTORGANISED WOMEN IN BUSINESS
The Organised Women in Business Podcast with Mayday VA is for female entrepreneurs who are looking to streamline their business practices, learn new tips and tricks, to understand that as a woman/mother/daughter/wife/partner/sister they are important and that it’s more than okay to have goals.
Episodes air every second Monday.
There’s no doubt about it, I know my personal style, but I also dress for comfort a lot of the time. Kamri Hill really knows a thing or two about finding your personal style, so if it’s something you struggle with, have a listen.
Not asking for help didn’t do me any favours. I burned out so quickly. Now, I don’t have any trouble asking for help. I have a small team to help me here in my business, and I have a team around me to help at home too.
“Contribute before Consume” is Kasia’s mantra. It’s a habit I’m sure trying to break, but part of my mindful practises are done using my phone. Have a listen to find out how to tame your monkey brain.
Do you know what your values are? I assess mine regularly to make sure I’m conducting my business in a way that aligns with my values, and in doing so, I’m also assessing my productivity.
There may be bias because Rachel Reiter is the brand stylist genius behind my gorgeous visual branding, but this episode is a must listen for business owners looking to create a cohesive brand and be productive in the process.
It might be the silly season, or any other time you want to take a break, but that doesn’t mean you need to bend over backwards to keep your business going. Here’s what I do to take a break and switch off.
For me, an organised home is not about having something ready to show off. It’s about having a (home and) mind free from clutter, it’s about taking care of me (mostly). And yeah, it might be selfish, but is it, really? Take a listen and let me know what you think.
Becoming a mother is undoubtedly my greatest achievement. But it changed my productivity greatly. Have a listen to how it has changed – you can even hear it IN the recording.
After speaking with Sarah Wooden about how intention aids productivity, I’m now more intentional about how I go about my day. That’s not to say I wasn’t before, I’m just more aware. Find out how you can use intention in your day.
Making do is an important life skill. The UK Government’s Ministry of Information issued a booklet and newsreel in 1943 urging people to repair, reuse, and reimagine their existing clothes because of the clothes rationing during the Second World War. Take a listen to this episode to discover other ways of making do.
“You are not one ordinary woman. You are four extraordinary ones.” – Carlie Maree, Soul Modes. Having read the book myself, it all makes so much sense. Listen in to see what I’m talking about.
There’s one thing I want everyone to know: being organised does not mean that it’s overwhelming. It’s all about doing things in a way that works for you.