Time management is an important skill for any entrepreneur. Managing your time helps you avoid burnout and boosts your productivity, helping you to take control of your work and live life on your own terms.
Project management is an important skillset for entrepreneurs – it’s the work that will allow you to take a big idea and turn it into reality. But as business owners in the modern age, we tend to think of project management not as the skillset, but as the tool, the shiny piece of software that we […]
According to our annual listener survey, year after year, time management is the biggest struggle for bosses. In a year where all of the rules of normal business operations have been thrown out the window, Emily is revisiting what it means to manage your time by prioritizing the right tasks to get the job done, […]
Emily is taking this special episode to recap the wisdom that was dropped during the virtual Being Boss Conference back in April. You’ll hear from Tara McMullin on why you should still promote your business in uncertain times, Autumn Witt Boyd on a very creative marketing idea, Vivian Kaye on the importance of displaying your […]
Being productive can be a challenge for entrepreneurs. In fact, a majority of Being Boss subscribers admit that time management is their biggest struggle. Emily and Kathleen team up in this episode to share the tips, resources, and hacks they use to better manage their workload, which includes how they handle distractions, how they deal […]
Rest is essential when you are running a business, so today we’re discussing what we learned from reading the book Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less. We’re also exploring the business trends that we anticipate for 2019, the ongoing balance between work and life, and time blocking and planning your day when […]
We’re jamming with our boss boyfriends, Paul Jarvis and Jason Zook! We’re talking about all things digital detoxes, publishing a book, and monetizing podcasts—plus all the silly tangents you can expect when you get us all together.
Marie Forleo, founder of B-School, is on the Being Boss Podcast talking all about intuition, productivity secrets, and daily habits & rituals for being a successful creative entrepreneur and business owner—from getting in the boss mindset to taking care of your physical wellness.
Today we’re talking to Gavin Zuchlinski, founder of Acuity Scheduling, all about time management and taking control of your calendar. We’re also talking about setting boundaries with your time and integrating calendar automation systems into your business in a way that still feels personal and human.
This week we’re exploring how to make the daily grind a little more dreamy. Even though we love our jobs as creative entrepreneurs, we’re no strangers to getting bogged down in the day-to-day unglamorous side of things. So we’re talking about how to get in the right mindset with your dream job, so you can […]
As creative entrepreneurs, you (usually) get to choose where you want to work. So today we want to talk about the pros and cons of working from home and tips on how to establish work / life balance & boundaries so you can work from home like a boss.
Today it’s just Kathleen and Emily – we’re going to be talking about what we’ve been up to the summer, we’re going to give you a little peek behind the curtain on how taking a vacation has affected our business, and how we keep our business running even while we’re away.
Business systems guru, Val Geiser is joining us today to talk about setting up & creating systems for your creative business, finding project management tools to create a smoother business & client experience, and creating automations within your business to eliminate time sucks and focus on the work you want to do.
In today’s episode of Being Boss, Kathleen and Emily share how they organize their to-do lists and actually get it done.
In today’s episode of Being Boss Emily and Kathleen teach you how to be boss, and even grow your business when you’re on vacation or even an extended maternity leave. We’re going to talk about why vacation is important for the creative entrepreneur and how to grow your team so they can do the work […]
In this episode, the What’s Working / Kinda / Not worksheet was mentioned. Download your copy here!
Building a strong container around your work, your creativity, and your life is really important for achieving your goals and maintaining control of your endeavors. So in this episode of Making a Business, Emily’s sharing how she’s setting up healthy boundaries to ensure she’s making the most out of her time, energy, and money as […]
In order to be boss, you have to do the work…but sometimes doing the work looks like some serious rest. In today’s minisode, we’re talking about the importance of giving yourself some serious rest and separation from your business to avoid burnout and feel refreshed. The Mandatory Lazy Day is one of those things that’s […]
Time management questions are some of the most we get from listeners here at Being Boss. We’re talking about making the time to work out, do the work for your side hustle, and live the life you love by changing your mindset when it comes to the amount of time you have to do all […]
Scheduling white space is so important as a creative entrepreneur. In today’s minisode, we’re talking about how we schedule white space, what we do with that white space, and how it can help you enjoy and grow your business.
How do you devote time to your side-hustle when you work a 9-to-5? We’re sharing tips for how to carve out time and energy to devote to your business when you are still relying on your day job financially.
How do you stay focused and on task as a creative entrepreneur—especially if you tend to procrastinate? Creating the habits and routines that keep you focused is an essential part of growing your business, so we’re offering our best tips for maintaining focus as a business owner.
How do you get clients to respect your time as a creative entrepreneur? In today’s minisode, we’re sharing how to set those firm boundaries and expectations so that you can have positive relationships with your clients that still allow you to be in control of your own time.