Topics We Explored:
- What you can do when you feel stuck in a pattern, yet you’re being pulled in a new direction
- Learning how to embrace the new creative process for each new project and find a flow for our own creative outputs
- L.O.V.E.: lead, optimize, visualize, and expand is the acronym that Jadah uses to help her keep moving to the space of love from fear
- Jadah’s challenge: define your “enough” number; it is personal for everyone and can help move you out of hustle culture
“It’s super easy to lose yourself in this sea of other people’s priorities and projects.” — Charlie (Tweet this)
Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Lead with Love podcast
- She Builds: The Anti-Hustle Guide to Grow Your Business and Nourish Your Life by Jadah Sellner
- Elizabeth Gilbert
- Neil Gaiman
- Toni Morrison
About Jadah Sellner:
Jadah Sellner is a bestselling author, business coach, international keynote speaker, TEDx presenter, poet, and host of the Lead with Love® podcast. She’s the author of SHE BUILDS: The Anti-Hustle Guide to Grow Your Business and Nourish Your Life. She’s also the co-author of the best-selling book Simple Green Smoothies where over one million people have embraced this simple and healthy habit. As the founder of Jadah Sellner Media, Inc. and She Builds Collective, Jadah helps women build their businesses and their lives in a way that works for them — with love. She has been featured in Forbes, O, The Oprah Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal. Learn more at jadahsellner.com or follow her on social media at @jadahsellner. When Jadah’s not speaking on stage, you can catch her dancing to Beyoncé in her living room or sipping on a Chai tea latte by a cozy fireplace. She lives in the San Francisco bay area with her husband, daughter, and dog Beesly.
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