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I help high-level women rebalance their hormones, build muscle, cut fat, break up with period problems, and amplify their strongest qualities so they show up powerfully in business and in their personal life - optimizing their menstrual cycle's superpowers at every chance they get. I know what it's like to have a full schedule - and restrictive meal plans, 1.5 hour long gym sessions, and hours of meal prep aren't conducive to this lifestyle. In both a health and business aspect - I understand you and what you need to make this work.
As a business owner, it's easy to lose sight of the office morale around you. Most entrepreneurs are focusing on many concurrent tasks that can strongly affect the business's health and success. While important, these packed schedules and heavy workloads can mean they don’t notice the issues that may be rising all around them. Ideally, a business owner must learn how to balance monitoring employee morale with completing their own tasks to ensure the efficient running of the business—but how? To help, eight members of Young Entrepreneur Council talk about the strategies they employ to successfully juggle the demands of their companies while keeping an eye on the morale of their teams.
Not every method is going to work the same for every person. These days it seems like every working professional is trying to hack their productivity. From multitasking to juggling more work adeptly, these productivity hacks claim that they can help individuals do more in a shorter span of time. For many business owners who are strapped for time, these hacks seem like the perfect solution. However, many of them aren't worth the time that someone may dedicate to them. While these hacks work fine in theory, their effectiveness levels vary from individual to individual. Below, 11 entrepreneurs from Young Entrepreneur Council discuss several popular productivity hacks that they personally find highly overrated.
It’s no secret that having the support of other leaders can make a major difference to a person's entrepreneurial success. When your network contains others who can identify with your struggles, they can then help motivate you from a personal perspective and deliver timely advice when you need it most. For years, women have been making massive strides in the realm of business, reaching further and higher than ever before—and the support of other female entrepreneurs is a great way to boost that growth even further. For tips on how to show your support, eight leaders from Young Entrepreneur Council discuss how female entrepreneurs can better support fellow women in business and create pathways for change.
By tapping into our cycle’s superpowers, we are able to rewire thought patterns, set new baselines of our self-confidence and avoid burnout in a much more intentional way.
Former gym owner turned full-time online entrepreneur, my signature program, fit. period., was created for the woman who wants to take back control of her health by working holistically with her menstrual cycle. Combining fitness, nutrition, and syncing your business and lifestyle to your cycle, the true transformation begins when women learn how to match their hormonal fluctuations throughout the month. The result? Up-leveled productivity, creativity, energy, and confidence. fit. period. holds a strong mission to bring holistic and intuitive health-care to women globally.