“…the value of seeing that artwork in most stories is that they teach us. I think it’s a G.K. Chesterton quote. something along the lines of… ‘fairy tales don’t teach us that dragons exist; fairy tales teach us that dragons can be beaten.’ I’ve always loved that ever since I read it. Like, that’s my mission. My mission is to use my artwork, my stories, my voice, to help other people to tell their stories.”
“I learned a long time ago that if you just hire people for skill, a lot of times it doesn’t work out. You hire someone with that five-star review on some platform or they’ve 10 years of experience and then two months later, blows up in your face. You’re like, ‘How did that happen? That person was so talented.’…we don’t need someone to be ‘10-out-of-10’. They can be ‘8-out-of-1’0 or ‘3-out-of-10’ as long as they’re honest about what they can and cannot do, and they’re priced accordingly.”
“…my mission is Truth. A big piece of it is Truth. But a lot of it is freedom and connectivity. I think that we as a collective can do a way better job at representing what we are as a species, what we can do, and creating a space where everything–and I mean every fucking thing from a tree to a bird to a human to the waters–are all respected. And we all live in eco-harmony.”
“I was doing a master’s degree with no money–we would have to go and look in the clothes basket sometimes to see if a $1 coin would drop out so we could go have a coffee. We were totally skinned as I say. To read books, we would go to the local bookstore and it was a Borders. They had chairs and we would read books in the bookstore because we couldn’t buy them. I read, which a lot of people have read, which is Rich Dad, Poor Dad. So that book literally blew my mind wide open.”
“My passion is just helping moms see that they’re not alone in their journey; to build a sense of community by sharing my story and what I’m going through and having other women–other moms and Mompreneurs–share their story to create a sense of, “You’re not alone.” and create encouragement, especially around what you’re doing as moms.”
“I think we need to tell others around us more about what their superpowers are because it’s hard for us to admit what they are ourselves. I’m glad you have this podcast because I think it’s going to remind me to tell others around me what I think their superpowers are so that we can encourage them to use them to solve problems, because they may not realize that’s what it is.”
“We realize how easy it is for people to think like, “Oh, I want to be this kind of person.” and it’s not actually who you are. Once you get on this path of understanding who you are at the core of what you really want, you get this whole growth pattern that you’re able to see. And like, “Oh, I’m at this stage, and here’s what the next stage looks like.” And it just made me feel like I actually make sense and I don’t have to try and be like other females to be healthy and awesome.”
“There are only 3 ways to grow. That’s it. 3 ways. First one, get new customers. The second one, get your existing customers to come back and spend more money. And then the third, get your existing customers to spend more while they’re with you with every transaction. That’s it. There’s nothing else.”
”We focus, and we focus hard. It is, unfortunately, most often at the detriment of other [aspects in life]…Now, there is no way I could keep up with the demands of my business -of my life- if I wasn’t taking this more wholistic approach to life.”
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