Entrepreneurs and business owners typically "build their plane as they fly it." While this is often unavoidable in the beginning, as you start to build it is a dangerous way to scale your endeavor. Join Jennifer Gardella, PhD for 20 minutes of Monday fun as she takes her business from a Hot Mess to Great Success as she cleans up the behind the scenes of her business operation. When Jennifer stepped off the Tedx stage she vowed to get her act together, and now she shares her journey and inspires you to take steps big and small yourself. Hear her goals for financial management, sales success, client delivery, staff interactions, and marketing expertise.
Episode 30: Who is at Your Table ~ Not Getting What You Want ~ Stop Posting Garbage on Social Media
Welcome to Episode 30 of the podcast Hot Mess to Great Success! Today's sponsor: Your Social Media Hour www.yoursocialmediahour.com which provides you and your team with ALL of the information you need to build a blog as well as a strategic.
This podcast episode should come with a warning as I am DONE with accepting less than I deserve from others.
We discuss three important topics today:
Who is sitting at your table?
What do you do when you DON'T get what you want.
How to STOP putting out garbage social media.
Strap in and get ready to get called out in the most loving of ways.
Who is sitting around your table? Are you begging to sit there? Who are you inviting in? Are you begging people to come and sit around your table, and are you excluded from tables? It is time to get out of these ruts. I noticed something at the end of 2023: most people that I've been hanging out with are not unwilling to engage in true authentic communication. Now let me start off by saying that's a really tough nut for many people to swallow. If people are excluding you on purpose - well that is abuse. You are better off alone then with them (no matter how hard that may be to accept and deal with).
2. We bid on a house! And were not accepted! And I was TOTALLY invested in the house already (ughhhh). I realized it was NOT the home for us (no matter how perfect I thought it was and was quickly able to yell, "Next! Where's the next house? What is the next thing that we can look at?" Our realtor was right there with us. Now, we were up against New Year's, New Year's Eve, and New Year's Day, which is a little interesting, but I did take the time to go back onto the websites and look for more properties, and that gave me a little bit of hope and some more things to discuss with my husband and the realtor.
3. The third thing we will talk about is to stop posting garbage on social media. I know that's a very strong statement. I'm from Jersey, and I am just, again, coming out of the box with gloves off. The internet is noisy. You can barely find things on the internet. And for some reason, people have taken, I've seen this in the last six months, people have taken to social media to post how great they are.
Episode 28: Boundaries, ChatGPT, Overwhelm
Episode 27: Domestic Violence Awareness – What October Means to Me
Episode 26: Self-Publishing on Amazon ~ SEO ~ Losing Weight
25: My Book on Domestic Violence; Your Social Media Hour; 12 Week Year
Episode 24: Levers, Mean Girls, Obnoxious Questions
Today's Sponsor: Your Social Media Hour.
In this podcast episode, Dr. Jennifer Gardella discusses three main topics:
12 Levers: She talks about the concept of the "12 levers," which are habits or activities that can have a significant positive impact on one's personal life or business. These levers are like daily habits that can be pulled to make a difference, such as meditation and blogging for business. She emphasizes the importance of finding the right habits that can create the greatest impact.
Questions: Dr. Gardella shares an experience where someone asked her a question that made her feel like she was being judged or considered incapable. She advises listeners not to take such questions to heart and to focus on staying strong and centered in themselves, not letting others' judgments affect them.
Mean Girls: The third topic is about facing exclusion and judgment from a group of "Mean Girls." Dr. Gardella shares her personal experience and how she dealt with it. She emphasizes the importance of staying aware, centered, and protective of oneself in such situations, choosing to protect one's well-being and not engaging in negativity.
Overall, the podcast aims to provide personal insights and strategies for dealing with challenges in life and work, while also encouraging listeners to focus on personal growth and resilience.