49 min

EP 311: Finding The Full Body Yes With Being Boss Host Emily Thompson What Works

    • Entrepreneurship

In This Episode:







* How Emily Thompson, host of Being Boss & founder of Almanac Supply Co, led herself through a year with plenty of twists & turns* How she knew that taking over Being Boss on her own with the right decision for her & the vision she has* How she managed herself through turning an in-person event into an online one* The practice she uses to stay focused and present with her own experience* What she did at Almanac Supply Co to replace a revenue stream lost to lockdown











Well, folks—we’ve made it.







It’s the final month of 2020 and we’ve been through a lot this year.







I can’t even pretend to know what the year was like for you. I don’t know if you felt incredibly lonely or never got a moment to yourself after March 17th (or both). I don’t know if you finally confronted your racist uncle or spent precious energy reminding people that your life does matter. I don’t know if your business cratered or skyrocketed. I don’t know if you lost a loved one or welcomed a new life into your family.







But what I do know is that, if you’re reading this right now, you led yourself through it.







You found a way to cope. You found the strength to keep going. You nurtured the resilience to grow and adapt.







And you should be proud of that.







I’ve had the great privilege of getting the inside scoop on how hundreds of small business owners navigated the endless twists and turns of this year. I’ve watched as they rise to the occasion over and over again inside The What Works Network.







I’ve observed their new self-care practices. I’ve seen how they reimagine their brands. I’ve witnessed them wait it out. And I’ve seen how how they’ve grown.







This month, I wanted to take a look back at how they’ve led themselves through this wild year.







So I spoke to 4 small business owners who each had a very different experience this year. What they all have in common, though, is a fine-tuned sense of self-leadership.







Sometimes that self-leadership took the form of intentional practices of self-care. Other times, it was finding the courage the make big decisions. And still other times, their self-leadership stared down challenges with intense creativity & imagination.







My first guest in this series is Emily Thompson, host of Being Boss and founder of Almanac Supply Company.







Emily had a big year—she separated from her long-time business partner Kathleen Shannon. She reimagined the Being Boss business model. She pivoted an in-person event to the online space. And, she got creative about how to replace a major revenue stream for Almanac.







Emily and I talk about all of these moments and much more.







We’ll get into the conversation in just a minute.







But first, I want to invite you to join me for a different kind of annual review.







It’s happening on Instagram—and every day this month, I’m sharing a different question you can use to look back on the year.







So whether the year has been up, down, or lots of ups & downs, these questions will help you reflect on what worked, what didn’t, and how you’ve grown.







Today’s question is: what did you create this year?







Follow along by finding me on Instagram – I’m a href="http://instagram.

In This Episode:







* How Emily Thompson, host of Being Boss & founder of Almanac Supply Co, led herself through a year with plenty of twists & turns* How she knew that taking over Being Boss on her own with the right decision for her & the vision she has* How she managed herself through turning an in-person event into an online one* The practice she uses to stay focused and present with her own experience* What she did at Almanac Supply Co to replace a revenue stream lost to lockdown











Well, folks—we’ve made it.







It’s the final month of 2020 and we’ve been through a lot this year.







I can’t even pretend to know what the year was like for you. I don’t know if you felt incredibly lonely or never got a moment to yourself after March 17th (or both). I don’t know if you finally confronted your racist uncle or spent precious energy reminding people that your life does matter. I don’t know if your business cratered or skyrocketed. I don’t know if you lost a loved one or welcomed a new life into your family.







But what I do know is that, if you’re reading this right now, you led yourself through it.







You found a way to cope. You found the strength to keep going. You nurtured the resilience to grow and adapt.







And you should be proud of that.







I’ve had the great privilege of getting the inside scoop on how hundreds of small business owners navigated the endless twists and turns of this year. I’ve watched as they rise to the occasion over and over again inside The What Works Network.







I’ve observed their new self-care practices. I’ve seen how they reimagine their brands. I’ve witnessed them wait it out. And I’ve seen how how they’ve grown.







This month, I wanted to take a look back at how they’ve led themselves through this wild year.







So I spoke to 4 small business owners who each had a very different experience this year. What they all have in common, though, is a fine-tuned sense of self-leadership.







Sometimes that self-leadership took the form of intentional practices of self-care. Other times, it was finding the courage the make big decisions. And still other times, their self-leadership stared down challenges with intense creativity & imagination.







My first guest in this series is Emily Thompson, host of Being Boss and founder of Almanac Supply Company.







Emily had a big year—she separated from her long-time business partner Kathleen Shannon. She reimagined the Being Boss business model. She pivoted an in-person event to the online space. And, she got creative about how to replace a major revenue stream for Almanac.







Emily and I talk about all of these moments and much more.







We’ll get into the conversation in just a minute.







But first, I want to invite you to join me for a different kind of annual review.







It’s happening on Instagram—and every day this month, I’m sharing a different question you can use to look back on the year.







So whether the year has been up, down, or lots of ups & downs, these questions will help you reflect on what worked, what didn’t, and how you’ve grown.







Today’s question is: what did you create this year?







Follow along by finding me on Instagram – I’m a href="http://instagram.

49 min

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