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When you fall out of love with your business

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As heart-centered business owners we are expected to LOVE our business all the time, but that’s just not true or realistic for most of us.

In my almost 10-year relationship with my biz, we’ve been through many ups & downs.

Some days it feels like we are meant for each other. I feel connected, aligned, on purpose and in the flow of things.

Other times it feels like a struggle. Out of sync. Frustrated. Swimming upstream.

Most of the time, it’s just a passing thing. Other times that feeling persists.

When that happens I’m forced to hit the pause button and take stock. I ask my self some tough questions. 

Is it me or “them”?

Perhaps I need to take better care of myself? Maybe I’m blaming my business for some of my stuff? Maybe I need to reach out and get some coaching/support to help me overcome some of my mental chatter.

What can I do differently? Are there any small tweaks I can make – or do I have to change directions altogether?

What works for me is stepping away (even for a couple of days) for some perspective. Talking to a trusted friend/advisor. Taking time to re-connect with my business and my WHY. Do more of the stuff that I love and enjoy – look for ways to delegate the rest.

Whatever unfolds, I need to remain curious, open and very patient.

How about you?

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Katia Millar is the Founder and Chief Inspirational Officer of Positive Fabulous Women. She’s also a mentor, speaker, connector and visibility strategist supporting purpose-driven entrepreneurs to communicate their WOW in their branding, marketing and social media so that they can stand out and be seen. Over the past 10 years, Katia has gone from being an overwhelmed, under-employed single mom with virtually no connections and no sense of purpose to creating a juicy life, building a solid brand, hosting 350+ events and growing a network of over 15 thousand. She's passionate about supporting others transform their lives so that they can do what they love and love what they do. Katia has appeared in the Globe and Mail, SiriusXM, The Women’s Post, Chloe Magazine, Rogers TV, Extraordinary Women TV and has spoken to numerous local and national audiences both on stage and on camera.

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