7 Lessons 2023 Taught Me About Entrepreneurship

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Almost 4 full years into business and kicking off 2024 sharing this episode, I dive into the 7 crucial lessons that 2023 taught me about entrepreneurship. I discovered how to navigate unpredictability, embrace flexibility, and prioritize satisfaction and alignment within my business.

I know 2023 was tough for many small businesses, but I believe it’s been one of the most impactful years since I’ve started (in a good way despite making less money). In the episode I reflect on the paradigm-shifting experiences of the past year. Exploring the realities of entrepreneurship beyond revenue goals, this episode delves into the importance of adaptability, preparation, and the ever-evolving nature of business.

Here’s a closer look at the episode:

  • Lessons from unpredictability and instability in 2023
  • Embracing the need for flexibility as an entrepreneur
  • Shifting focus from revenue goals to satisfaction, alignment, and fulfillment
  • Letting go of offers that don’t align with your vision
  • Adapting to different seasons of business and honoring your mental and physical well-being
  • Preparing for both the good and the challenging years in business
  • Aligning your business with your evolving personal identity and expertise

Reflecting on the dynamic nature of entrepreneurship and personal growth, I acknowledge, “I think that with all the annual planning and vision boarding and journaling and all of the things that we do to get our mind right for whatever goals we have, we’re never preparing for the bad years.” This highlights my shift in perspective, emphasizing the essential nature of preparing for the unexpected in business.

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