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Encouraging Finds from Live and Online | via Passage Hill Studio

Hey entrepreneur friend!

Could you use a little encouragement this week? In my reading I’ve found some uplifting finds for you. In a nutshell this is what I’ve learned and have been reminded of from the following folks this week:

From Andrew Dumont…

Ambition is a double edged sword and in this post Andrew speaks about the ways ambition can hold us back from achieving what we’d like to. “When ambition eats at you, it feels like no matter how much you accomplish or how hard you work, you haven’t done enough.” His observations are reassuring but he also offers insightful ideas to press into when ambition is nagging.

From By Regina…

Oh my word. Have you ever been on the hunt for critical information so you can move forward with a certain project or portion of your business? Regina’s post on creating online workshops is everything I hoped it’d be, and more! She’s given such beautiful, thoughtful, and detailed tips on making online classes happen with ease!

From Hello World Paper Co. …

If you’re the boss — this read is for you. Kelly has the cutest Etsy shop and has written this for entrepreneurs everywhere. She’s helping me become a better boss to myself. Tip number 10? Yes, please.

From Ashley Ann Photography…

If you work with clients of any kind, extravagant thoughtfulness can go a long way. Ashley shares personal stories of how a few, simple surprise gifts in the mail warmed her heart. When you think about your clients, how can you show them that you care and are rooting for them?

From Positively Present…

Dani shares the most inspiring resources, quotes, and links. There’s a pretty lettered quote from F. Scott Fitzgerald over there right now: “Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.”

From Marc & Angel Hack Life…

I’ve been listening to this video interview as I wake up to the day. Angel and Marc share the quiet rituals that have made them remarkably successful. My favorite tip so far from Marc? “If you don’t take care of your business, no one else will. It’s up to you. It’s on you.” And from Angel? “I like to think of the impact of not getting something done. If I’m not doing my job then our audience isn’t receiving the insight, inspiration, of help they need. The impact of the core message isn’t spreading if we’re not doing our work.”

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