It can be really easy to get swept away in the entrepreneurial lifestyle and get caught up on the day-to-day details, that you might forget to take a step back and appreciate the bigger picture.
Erin Elizabeth Wells, author of Inspired Action, joins the show today as we talk about creating more purpose, boosting productivity and ultimately bringing in more calm in our entrepreneurial lifestyles.
We also discuss how many entrepreneurs are a lot closer to burnout than they think they are, the importance of a primary profit mentality and finding that sweet spot between pursuing your passion and bringing in a profit.
This conversation brings to light a lot of entrepreneurial insights that will hopefully bring you a lot more clarity in both business and life decisions.
“You know that you are on course, if the energy is showing up”.
Erin Elizabeth Wells, author of Inspired Action
Essential Learning Points From This Episode:
- Chris and Lisa weigh in on the passion versus profit mentality.
- What questions you need to ask yourself if you want to start building a business around your passion.
- Erin breaks down how to use a master list to help your productivity and focus.
- One of the biggest mistakes an entrepreneur can make when it comes to productivity.
- Erin talks about why energy management is just as important as task management.
- Much, much more!
Important Links & Mentions From This Episode:
- Erin Elizabeth Well’s Website
- Erin Elizabeth Wells on Twitter
- Inspired Action
- Start Your Masterlist E-Guide
- 10 Reasons Why Your Business Needs a Voice
- YoupreneurFM Episode 190 – Why Entrepreneurs Should Never Get Tired of Pivoting
- YOUPRENEUR – Our New Mastermind Community is LIVE!!!
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