Our discussion today led us down the rabbit hole of worthiness. We often hear how women put off doing the things that would lead them closer to the success they want because they don’t feel worthy. Today, we encourage you to look at what’s behind your feeling of unworthiness and ask yourself if any of the sneaky, insidious stories from your past are causing you to spiral into shame of not living up to your potential. Uncovering and unpacking these stories can help you and your business thrive.
I recently read a quote that stopped me in my tracks. It said (and I wish I wrote down the source so I could properly quote them):
"Working for myself means I'm 100% in charge of my day... and how I waste it". #micdrop
It hit me to my core because it's true. Everyone knows that entrepreneurs are the only people who would rather work 60 hours for themselves in order to avoid working 40 hours for someone else.
As Luscious Hustlers, we are creative, multi-passionate, driven, and ambitious. We are the dreamers and the doers on a mission to change the world and make it a better place.
Why else would we be investing our time, money, and energy into building something that doesn't exist???
One of the perks of our job is that we have had the opportunity to connect with hundreds of incredible women and hear their stories. We have yet to meet or speak to a Luscious Hustler...
Emily Nachazel joins us today to share her path to entrepreneurship and the experiences she faced along her journey. We discuss finding support when you make the leap to full-time entrepreneurship and using tools and modalities for insight into who we are. Emily also gives us tips to decipher the reason behind your feelings of resistance and how to create your path as an entrepreneur.
Emily Nachazel is a Holistic Health Coach, Registered Yoga Instructor and Universal Health Principles practitioner based in Brooklyn, New York. She has a passion for making health and wellness digestible and fun through her blog and social media. She has helped both men and women finally feel good about their food choices, comfortable in their bodies, and empowered to live their lives to the absolute fullest.
Connect with Emily online:
Have you ever had a launch fall short of your expectations? We have. Today we’re discussing launches and the successes and failures that come with them. We’re walking you through what happens when you don’t hit your goal and how you can use that situation to not only gather information but to build connections for your next program.
Today I want to let you in on a little secret and also give you a gift...
For as long as I can remember, whenever someone tells me that something I want to do is impossible there is a little voice inside my head that says (in a slightly know-it-all way):
"Actually, I can".
It doesn't matter how far out of reach something seems, if I really want to make it happen that voice is relentless.
"Actually, I can"
In many ways, even though I didn't consciously believe in affirmations, that simple statement has been a silent mantra that has provided powerful motivation. It has helped me navigate some of the most challenging moments on my entrepreneurial journey.... and today I want to pass it on to you.
Because... actually, you CAN.
YOU CAN have everything that you want and desire.
The ladies of Badass Business Babe, Lauren and Corralyn, join us today for a conversation about female business partnerships. They discuss how their partnership formed, get vulnerable about the mindset blocks they both faced, and walk us through why they chose coaching and how their move from corporate to coaching came about.
Badass Business Babe is a Self Improvement and Business Development brand for women who are dedicated to growing businesses and growing themselves. Created by Lauren Eliz Love and Corralyn Hazelwood, together they teach women strategy of online business, combined with the Inner work of personal development.We are on a mission to help business owners everywhere create their dream life, business and income!
Today’s episode is all about timing. Or rather, it’s all about not waiting for the “right time” before you make your move to start or grow your business. When we began Luscious Hustle, we didn’t have a ton of money to invest. Instead, we had a total “beginner mind,” and it allowed us to take chances and bet on ourselves - which paid off!
After growing our business to 6 figures, we’re convinced that the perfect time does not exist. So, instead of missing opportunities while you wait for time to catch up, ask yourself, "what do I want and what am I prepared to do to get it?".
Today Sam Oliver joins us to share her experience of becoming a “connector” within her community. She walks us through how to create genuine connections, why small business owners don't have to do it all, and how healing your money mindset allows you to achieve flow and success in business.
Sam Oliver is a podcaster, lover of food, local maker celebrator, and big fan of all things woo! On her podcast, Gooey, Sam interviews real people doing real stuff. Sam loves to champion the small businesses, creatives, and everyday people who are out there doing seriously inspirational things— even though they may not realize it. Outside of her podcast, Sam is a bougie concierge for small businesses and a curator of intentional events and retreats.
Follow her at https://www.instagram.com/samantharaeoliver
If you’ve ever felt like you didn’t quite fit into the box marked feminine because you were “too” something, join us on this quick but deep dive into divine femininity. Complete with examples from “Friends” characters, we explore what The Divine Feminine is, different displays of femininity on the show, and how you can embody the Divine Feminine in your own way.