For most people, working just 3 days a week is a pipe dream. But Mindy Totten made it reality. She went from working 6.5 days per weeks as a craniosacral therapist to working just 3 days per week. Find out why Mindy attributes the biggest change to an internal shift.
We want to celebrate the most effective habits of small business owners in our network.So, we’ve asked 4 members to share what’s working for them as they reexamine and refine their own routines.
EP 149: Combining Creativity and Productivity To Do Great Work With Unmistakable Creative Host & Author Srinivas Rao
Srini Rao writes at least 1,000 words a day and yet the majority of them you’ll never read. Why does he write so much, knowing that most of it won’t see the light of day through a blog post, an email, or a book chapter? Srini argues that within that daily practice comes some of your best work… and the essential opportunity to master your craft.
As a startup cofounder and high achiever, Michelle Warner eventually hit a wall. She completely wore out her adrenals from working countless hours every day. But, instead of pushing through it and carrying on, Michelle’s body forced her to stop. That’s when she decided to get curious: how could she live and work in a way that aligned with her natural strengths instead of constantly pushing against them?
EP 139: Getting The Best From The People Who Work For You With Eventual Millionaire Founder Jaime Masters
Jaime Masters is a business coach and host of the Eventual Millionaire blog and the going-on-seven-years podcast series. In this episode of What Works, Jaime walks us through her process for hiring and keeping employees happy. She also shares her tactics for firing underperforming employees in a fair and diplomatic way.
Marie Poulin, co-founder of digital agency Oki Doki, talks about product evolution, hybrid product/service delivery, and how she is optimizing her business based on what works.
Dr. Michelle Mazur talks about how her 3 Word Rebellion framework is making it easier to attract–and sell to–her most ideal clients.
Lisa Akers is both a spaceship builder and herbalist (really!) While this might sound like an unusual duo, Lisa demonstrates just how closely the two are related — and how she balances working as an engineer and working as an herbalist.
Host of What Works
Tara is a podcaster, small business community leader, strategist, and speaker. She’s been helping small business owners build stronger businesses for over a decade.