Nov 19, 2018
Introvert? Workaholic? This one's for you.
On surviving the humans when you work from home:
- If you work from home, you need your solo time. If you also
identify as an introvert, even more so. That’s ok. If you have
someone there, invading your zen, it’s ok not to like it. It
doesn’t mean you’re a terrible person or that you don’t love
- Figuring out a new routine that factors in another person
- As with your clients, you’ve got to have rock solid boundaries
with the people you love. This isn’t a hobby, it’s a business
you’re building. Yes, that might lead to some difficult
conversations, but what’s the alternative? Compromising progress on
your goals? Slowing down your business so that someone else feels
free to be noisy?
On creating more joy in your life and business:
- We all work so hard to create a life we love, so if you’re not
loving it, it’s time to take action.
- Idea #1: I’m going to create a mammoth
list of all the things that have ever brought me joy or made me
feel happy, or enthusiastic, or excited about life (big or small)
and then I’m simply going to start working through them. Who knows?
I might just be able to bring back a bit of that magic…
- Idea #2: Buy a paper diary or calendar
for 2019 and book in the things that fuel you. Think holidays and
self-care days. Think personal development time and planning
sessions. Think events you’ve always wanted to go to and a treat
each month to make all the work-work-work worth it.
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