Maybe that’s why you even want to work for yourself, so you can slow down!
They’ll share how success and working more slowly aren’t mutually exclusive.
They co-founded Worth The Journey to help people build businesses that are sustainable, impactful, profitable and fun.
They support heart-centered entrepreneurs with a variety of business services from coaching to web development.
Lot of great lessons in our conversation including:
- The benefits of having a job to help you fund your business and to help you learn new skills.
- How to feel less lonely when you work on your own.
- Harmony and Noé share how they started working together by first living together.
- Why doing the work on yourself is just as important as doing the work on your business.
Life Skills That Matter In This Episode
- Build your community
- Plan your actions
- Manage your energy
- Practice self-awareness
How Noé and Harmony Work and Think
- Noé’s wake up time: Between 6:00 and 8:30 am
- Harmony’s wake up time: Between 8:00 – 10:30 am
- Noé’s core work activities + habits: Tech stuff, like backend aspects of the website.
- Harmony’s core work activities + habits: Managing relationships in the community by answering questions about meetups, responding to social media messages, and coordinating speakers.
- Noé’s ideal work environment: Variety of environments, variety in physical position, and mix of working alone and with people.
- Harmony’s ideal work environment: Some amount of time working at home, alone in addition to co-working a couple days a week. Also, with breaks to get up and move
- Noé describing Harmony’s superpower: She can literally talk to everybody in a room.
- Harmony describing Noé’s superpower: Absorbing, synthesizing, and then teaching information.
“Our whole, underlying mission is helping people be able to create businesses doing what they love, being of service, that sustains their life.”
“Community is the heart of what we do.”
“There are so many ups and downs that we’re faced with and it’s not necessarily a smooth path where we’re handed a lot of stuff, but we’ve gotta go out and seek things.”
Noé and Harmony shared this advice to prioritize your time to steer your life in a new direction:
1) Connect with your body and take stock of the time available to you and think about what you can realistically do in that time to move your vision forward.
2) Repurpose some of your existing habits by doing things you already like to do, such as going out to lunch with a friend, but go with someone who works for themselves and will automatically have you thinking about things in a different way.
Resources + Bonus Materials
Harmony and Noé are generously giving away free consultations to 5 of our lucky listeners!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your free consult now! Let her know you heard her and Noé on Life Skills That Matter!