Tag: delegation

Play to Your Strengths - Learning How To Delegate

Many entrepreneurs believe that they need to have in-house staff to which they can delegate, but you've got options! This posts shares a few ways to begin your delegation journey that dont include hiring full-time help.

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Episode 3: How to keep momentum even when you're feeling overwhelmed

This is Season Four, Episode Three. The overwhelm episode. Overwhelm is a common trap for creative entrepreneurs caught in an underearning cycle. What can you do when you're knee deep in a project (or multiple projects) and have to keep going? Lisa shares what she learned running her first (and only) 10-mile foot race about how to […]

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Doing Too Much? How To Prioritize Your Day

We're slowly recovering from the rollover last week. My son's doing better this week, but we're still not out of the woods. Thanks for all the kind thoughts and well-wishes. It really did make the whole week seem better. Through it all, thankfully, I still managed to get the important things in my life and […]

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Do you really need a "blueprint" to be successful? Advice from daVinci and Edison

Catch the previous posts here: Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 Welcome to Day 5 of the Creative Freedom Challenge! Today's topic is dangerous, and muy importante. As a coach and trainer myself, it's a bit sacrilegious for me to suggest that spending mucho dinero on some guru's "blueprint" or […]

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Hiring help, letting go, and trusting your team

Shazam! My audition in Detroit for The Voice went better than I expected, although I did not get called back. It's always fun for me to go to "The D" and this time was no exception. I learned some powerful business lessons during my long wait in the audition line (post coming soon), plus I met a childhood […]

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