219: Biggest Mindset Struggle of Bloggers

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In this episode we’re talking about acceptance of the way your entrepreneurial journey is unfolding. What if the roadblocks and the stumbles were there to teach you? What if you just accepted it’s going perfectly.

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218: Lessons from the Peloton Bike: The Community You Didn’t Know You Were Missing –

In this episode Nicole is talking about the lessons she’s learned from the Peloton bike and how it can help your business. You’ll be surprised to hear the lessons she’s pulled and translated to her business.

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217: Shifting Away from Being a “Blogger” with Lee from FitFoodieFinds.com

In this episode Nicole talks to Lee from FitFoodieFinds.com. 

Lee shares:

  • Why she created a website, not a chronological blog
  • How she made the shift away from blogger
  • The importance of growing her team
  • Keys to her growth includes data

Connect with Lee

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Instagram @fitfoodiefinds

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216: 5 Content Trends You Need to Know in 2019

In this episode we’re talking about the content trends you need to be aware of for 2019. Get rid of the post and pray and try these strategies to see real growth! 

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215: Simplicity is your focus

In this episode Nicole is sharing lessons learned over 7.5 years of business and how you can figure out what to focus on to grow your business.

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214: Does your biz model fit in line with your life?

In this episode we’re talking about fear and doubts of entrepreneurs, how we decided to shut down our successful food company and why entrepreneurs don’t talk about failures as much. We’re also talking about how our business model didn’t fit in line with the life we wanted to have and what we decided to do about that.

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213: Putting Yourself Out There and Getting Uncomfortable with Lestraundra Alfred, Balanced Black Girl

In this episode I’m interviewing Lestraundra Alfred from Balanced Black girl and talking about getting uncomfortable, filling a hole in your community and stepping into a leadership role. Les is sharing how she got uncomfortable, shut down her business and what steps she took to re-make her business. 

Find Les.

Balanced Black Girl

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Balanced Black Girl Podcast 

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212: Hiring your husband + staying sane and successful with Dan Culver

in this episode Nicole and her husband Dan talk about how they got started working together, how they run their businesses mostly smoothly and advice for couples who want to work together! 
 

 

 
 

 

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211: One Thing to Launch a Successful Product with Chrissa Benson, PhysicalKitchness.com

In this episode Chrissa Benson we talk about how to get to know your audience, the key to getting your people to open up and being strategic with launching your own product so you can be successful. 
 

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4 Ways to Get Out of the Comparison Trap in Business

Living in overwhelm and the comparison trap can be a given in blogging and business, but it shouldn’t be. It doesn’t have to be that way. As I go through my third pregnancy, I have felt myself get caught up in the comparison trap lately…and I’ve seen other people feeling the same way.

Read on to learn four ways I deal with the comparison trap, PLUS watch the [free] video I’m sharing today with Lindsay Cotter from CotterCrunch.com on how she deals with the comparison trap, burn out and blogging roadblocks!

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Free Video How to Deal with the Comparison Trap + Blogger Burnout with Lindsay Cotter from Cotter Crunch!

Here’s what I’ve been getting caught up with this month…

Do you have to travel to have a successful business? Do you have to leave home…spend a good chunk of money…to grow your business?

It’s something I’ve been thinking a lot about. I’ve been thinking a lot about it because the people who I know and network with…and look up to…travel a lot. They go to conferences, networking events, in person mastermind events.

And they have MASSIVE pay-offs.

I know this. And…I’ve experienced it! I’ve gone to two 90 day year live events and if you’ve been on my list at any length of time then you know I had life changing A-HA moments at both of them. I also go into NYC (which is only 35 minutes from my house) 4 times a year to hang with Todd Herman and some other awesome business people.

But….like…I have to be honest here.

I see people traveling to amazing places…and I have the opposite of FOMO.

I just want to be home with my kids.

Am I alone in this? Or weird? Maybe…

I get totally caught up in the comparison trap though wondering if I NEED to be traveling to grow my business.

Or if I SHOULD make some type of effort to actually WANT to go places…

But then I remember that life is cyclical. That my kids are only little once. That I can do business how i WANT to do business. That I CAN make time for what REALLY moves me and I WANT to go to. That when my kids are older, it will be easier to leave.

What do you find yourself getting in the comparison trap about?

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One of my online mentors that I really look up to Maru Iabichela taught me that when I feel I’m headed into that comparison trap I should do a few things…

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4 Ways to Get Out of the Comparison Trap

  1. Notice what is sending you down that path. Think about WHY? What does it say about you? Say thank you for realizing it’s sending you down the comparison trap path, call myself out and get back in my own lane.
  2. If it’s about a specific person, realize that there is room for us all. Send them best wishes for more success. Realize it’s just more evidence we can do it too!
  3. When I feel like giving up I remind myself that doesn’t get me closer to my dreams or goals.
  4. And this may be my FAVORITE one…and the most WOO WOO 🙂 When I feel behind, I’ll remind myself the Universe always has perfect timing no matter what.

So now…

I want you to notice when you are caught up in the comparison trap… go back to these four steps in this email.

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