Happy Healthy Entrepreneur Blog and Podcast
Hello, I'm delighted to introduce you to Margaret Rode who is this week's podcast guest.
Margaret is a writer, consultant, and geek sherpa (don't you just love that!) to small businesses and self-employed folks trying to create some good in the world with their work. Her company, Websites For Good, has been helping thoughtful, compassionate business owners save money and avoid 'brain damage' for over 20 years by teaching them to use online marketing tools wisely and well.
Margaret has just...
If you've ever listened to The Happy Healthy Entrepreneur Podcast, or you receive my weekly newsletter, you'll often hear me talk about how the entrepreneurial journey is one big old rollercoaster ride - full of ups and downs, and twists and turns.
What you'll also hear me say is that the rocky ride is all quite normal and expected; and actually, the closer we can sail to the reality of that, the less likely we are to feel frustrated, fed up, or disappointed when things don't go our way....
Do you get those days where you just feel like giving up?
Where everything feels really hard and you think to yourself, I'm just not cut out for this!
It could be about something technical that's proving too difficult, or earning enough money to cover the bills each month, or even trying to juggle running a business alongside having a family. It can leave people feeling really frustrated, or even sad. Frustration is a strong emotion.
Maybe you go and eat something (that you're not...
This week, my guest on the podcast guest is Byron Morrison, as we talk about his journey from being 50 pounds overweight, depressed, and feeling unable to leave the house, to a much happier and healthier version of himself, and now helps others do the same.
Byron is a Mindset Coach and is the founder of Tailored Lifestyles and author of the book Become a Better You - and he is on a mission towards helping change the way that this country uses and thinks about food, and showing others...
There's a scene in Pretty Women where Vivian (Julia Roberts) tells Edward (Richard Gere) to 'take a load off'.
Now, maybe she thought he was wearing too many layers, or perhaps her invitation was to chill out because as CEO of his own company, he was behaving a little stressed out and busy.
Have you noticed that as business owners, we're very good at adding more to our To Do List? We fill our weeks with so much stuff!
We don't notice it at first, we think we're helping ourselves. 'if I...
I felt the pop in my calf and instantly knew something was wrong. Minutes earlier I'd been happily hitting a tennis ball over the net, and now I was hobbling about in agony.
It was a sprain in my calf muscle, and little did I know that my mode of transport, for now, would be...a shiny new pair of crutches. That wasn't in the plan for this week?
So what happens when things don't go to plan? When we get thrown a few curveballs we weren't expecting, yet the...
Hello, I'm delighted to introduce you to Hannah Collier who is this week's podcast guest.
Hannah is the founder of Cambridge Payroll and Cambridge Credit Control and has worked herself as a bookkeeper and payroller for well over 15 years. With a background in hospitality and catering, a previous publican and with a true love for small businesses, Hannah is able to use her vast experience to really help and nurture the businesses that she works with.
It’s a fact that so many people...
This week on the podcast, I talk about launching, as I ask the question: is it possible to launch without burning out?
I’m at a stage in my business, where I’m about to launch an online programme that I’ve been planning and creating this year, and it’s the first time I’ve launched anything properly, in any kind of process-driven way. Exciting times!
So, I’ve been following Kathryn Hocking’s Ecourse Launch Formula, where she teaches step by...
I've been reading George Kao's book Joyful Productivity, and I really like this quote: "If you focus on the process, you are more likely to attain the outcome."
I like it because as business owners, I think we sometimes (quite innocently) focus our attention in the wrong direction. We focus on:
- Having enough money in our every month;
- A diary full of clients;
- Every place sold on our online course;
- Having a best seller on Amazon;
- Losing weight.
Although these are all...
This week, I'm delighted to introduce you to Catherine Robson who is this week's podcast guest.
Cat runs Big Pip Marketing – supporting other businesses to reach and resonate with their audience and generate leads, enquiries and sales.
Catherine left school and not long afterwards started her first business. After several businesses and a career move that put her back behind the bar pouring pints, she founded Big Pip nearly 6 years ago.
When I asked Catherine what three words sum up her...