One of my very favourite things to do (in both business and life) is to keep learning, keep growing, keep developing.

Learning new lessons and implementing new tactics is almost a hobby of mine. It keeps things fun and fresh. Sometimes these new ideas might flop, but sometimes they FLY. That’s just part of the entrepreneurial rollercoaster.

In my mission to peel back the curtain and show what it really looks like to build a biz your way,

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I’m hitting you early for this week’s episode of Your Biz, Your Rules because, well, it’s a holiday weekend so I feel like a lot of you will really need to hear the cozy message heading your way. Also, it’s my podcast and I can do what I want!

In this show, I’m chatting with the wonderful Jordana Jaffe about all sorts, from building positive, nourishing Facebook communities, to exercising your mindset muscle on the regular.

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This episode of Your Biz, Your Rules was WAY out of my comfort zone, but I definitely learned a lot about how to build a business that suits how you want to feel (rather than just focusing on what you think you want).

We talk everything from iridology, to productivity, to vampires. You don’t want to miss it!

Listen here:

The key takeaways:

💛 Your body is made up of energy channels called meridians,

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A couple of weeks ago, I recorded a podcast episode called The Noble Art of Goal-Setting. In it, I talk about how I really struggle to come up with big, juicy goals for my business (and life).

Some might call me vision-resistant, other might just say I’m indecisive… either way, it’s an issue I’m aware of.

And like I said in that ep, I do have aims –

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Isn’t it crazy how much difference a year makes?

I don’t know about you, but to me, it feels like one year in business is like three in any other situation (given how much progress we make, how many ideas we’re flooded with and how many important lessons we learn).

I’ve also noticed that things seem to come in waves; these lessons we come across raise their heads again and again,

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In this episode of Your Biz, Your Rules, I’m getting a little bit woo (yes, really!) with the lovely Marie Houlden. We’re delving into the wacky world of EFT and the practical implications it can have for your business.

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The key takeaways:

💛 EFT, or Emotional Freedom Technique, involves tapping on certain points of the body to stimulate healing. It allows the subconscious beliefs we have hiding beneath the surface to come up in a safe way so that we can recognise it,

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In this episode of Your Biz, Your Rules I got to chat with my mastermind sister and unapologetic woo woman, Glyniss Trinder.

I have to say, I’m not usually one for too much of that stuff, but I have personal experience of Glyniss working her magic. As in, real and concrete results. To hear about that, you’ll just have to pop in your earbuds, won’t you?

Listen here:

The key takeaways:

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In this episode, I’m talking to growth coach, Natalie Alexia about all things self-care.

We all know how important self-care is (even if some of us totally ignore the good habits we KNOW we should be developing). This seems to be an issue that raises its head even more as we head into the holidays… I just hope this installment of Your Biz, Your Rules gives you a bit of food for thought –

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If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know that recently I’ve been challenging myself to read one chapter of a business book every single day. I could yammer on about the benefits of this little project forever, but today I want to talk about one of the books I’ve managed to make my way through…

You are a badass: How to stop doubting your greatness and start living an awesome life by Jen Sincero,

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When I first started writing, it was for the pure joy of it.

I wrote a whole series of stories about a Victorian chimney sweep. I wrote pages and pages about a family of monsters. I wrote “poetry” about pink and purple pandas, eating piles and piles of processed peas.

It was this fundamental love of writing that led me to blogging, and by extension, this business. But on the other side of that coin,

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