Ready to Feel Better While Growing Your Business?
If you’re like most women business owners I know, you’ve been hustling hard to get clients and make your business work.
Only problem is, somewhere along the way, you stopped taking care of yourself.
And if you’re like those other women business owners I know, once you stop going going going enough to think about it, twelve hours days at your desk aren’t fun anymore.
And your pizza and wine diet just isn’t sustainable.
You wanted to be an entrepreneur to have freedom, and now here you are, putting in more hours than you ever have.
You think, I’ll take care of myself when I make money.
I hear you lady, and you’re not alone!
The days of being a half-present ball of stress are over.
I’m Natalie Biesel, a mindset and behavior coach for hardworkin’ women entrepreneurs like you, who are really getting tired of putting yourself on the back-burner, feeling like crap and giving your clients everything you’ve got.
I help you create a realistic, sustainable self-care strategy, unique to you, so you can go from working long hours but not seeing the results, to the most productive and effective you’ve ever been. Your friends, fam and pup will thank me.
By “strategy,” I’m not at alI suggesting you flip your life upside down, and start going to those TRX classes you hate, or start eating cold broccoli for dinner.
Nor am I suggesting you add anything to your ever-expanding to-do list.
Self-care is totally unique to the person, so I help you create a custom, bite-size strategy that meets you exactly where you are without adding more stress or tension to your life.
You’ll walk away knowing the No.1 most impactful change you can start implementing today.
I also hold you accountable in a way that works for you, until it comes an ingrained habit. This sets the foundation for your long-term self-care success.
WHY YOU CAN TRUST ME
I’ve seen the powerful ways implementing tiny-but-mighty habits consistently can have on one’s life and business – including my own.
In my own entrepreneurial journey, I’ve been surprised at how many new things were required to learn.
I’m sure you can relate!
One of the most productive times I’ve ever had in my journey was when I was working full time.
Although I had to be at my crappy corporate job at 8 am, I really wanted to work on my business at much as possible and was tired of “not having time.”
I had read about a lot of super-productive entrepreneurs who would get up at at the crack of dawn to work on their business, so I decided to start a morning routine, waking up every day at 5:30 am.
The first week was rough.
The resistance and the urge to go back to bed was STRONG.
I felt so foggy, it was still dark out and my warm, cozy bed was calling my name.
But having that time was important to me, so I decided to do it, no matter what.
I would get up at 5:30 am, brush my teeth (mint helps clear the brain), then immediately do some form of cardio or yoga. I’m talkin’ 15 minutes or less.
Some days I literally ran to the end of the street and back.
Then I would meditate for 5 to 10 minutes, depending on the time, and then work on my business for a good half hour before my day even started.
My point is, it wasn’t a huge amount of time at ALL.
Some days I would have a half-hour. Some days more. Some days less.
But every day I did those handful of things in the same order.
After a couple months, I realized it was such an ingrained habit, that even on the days I didn’t feel like it, I couldn’t not do it.
It was just as easy to do it, than not to do it.
I also noticed my mood at work and at home had totally shifted.
I felt good, confident, energized.
I just couldn’t believe the impact of spending 30 minutes or less on myself could make.
For me, the most sustainable and enjoyable way to become an entrepreneur is to turn the actions required into simple habits, one at a time.
That’s why I decided to launch herhabits.com with the intention to help other women entrepreneurs do something similar for themselves.
You and your business are a product of your habits.
If you wake up and check your phone, that’s a habit.
If you have a bite of sugar after dinner, that’s a habit.
If you walk your dog every morning, that’s a habit.
If you always give yourself crap that you, that’s a habit.
YOU get to decide if you want to be proactive and create habits that actually serve you, or continue to do things because that’s the way you’ve always done it.
If nothing else, it’s time to start getting curious about the impact of each these:
What makes me feel good?
What makes me feel like crap?
What happens when I rest? Take a vacation?
What does it feel like when I actually walk 10,000 steps a day?
What does eating cheese feel like?
What does staring at a computer screen all day feel like?
What does drinking a third glass of wine feel like?
Once you start to observe, you can’t help but notice the control habits have in your life!
And the exciting thing is, you have the power to change them in a way that empowers you versus simply being a victim of old habits that don’t serve you anymore.
So if you’re curious as to how you can use habits to better your life, I’d love to offer my support.
In the meantime don’t forget to take care of your number one money-making asset – YOURSELF.
Shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.