deciding to be a creative entrepreneur is the easy part, the hard part is finding solutions to challenges that will pop out

And the question is… are you ready to face the challenges and are you equipped to solve it? In this week’s podcast we talk about the biggest lessons we’ve learnt as creative entrepreneurs. We shared some tips on how to manage your time, setting expectations, and being realistic about your goals.

Enjoy the conversation and when you’re done listening join the FB group to let us know what you thought .🙂

~ Jess, Mik & Deb 

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what we cover in this episode:

  • How long it takes for stuff to get done
  • Breaking down goals into tasks and being very specific about it 
  • Effort isn’t proportionate to result
  • Loving the process vs. getting attached to your outcome
  • Being realistic with your income goals and the amount of work you need to put out to achieve it
  • How to prioritize what you need to work on using the Eisenhower’s Urgent/Important Principle
  • Putting limits around your working hours
  • Repairing rather than consuming
  • Personal experiences between being persistent or trying something new
  • How self-motivation is beneficial when you’re starting out your business
  • Asking for help and support from people around you
  • Clarifying your purpose


The Eisenhower Matrix

Eisenhower’s Urgent/Important Principle