I Had a Harmonic Egg Session and Here’s What Happened
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2d ago
By Tricia Scott.  At a recent networking event, I met a lady who told me about something called The Harmonic Egg. I love networking for this random yet meant-to-be type of connection; I meet someone I didn't expect to meet at almost every event I attend, and the results are wild! Back to the egg. Over a chai latte and a brief discussion about business, Claire told me about an egg-shaped light and sound frequency chamber designed to create an environment for deep relaxation and internal balance via energy vibration. As a busy-brained entrepreneur, it sounded like the very thing I had been ..read more
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I Make Space for the Things That Move Me Forward
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4d ago
By Tricia Scott. Last week was my birthday, and it marked the beginning of my 44th trip around the sun. I drank cocktails and a lot of water (I've learned that hydration and balance are key for me to avoid feeling sluggish and hungover), I enjoyed a 360 immersive experience in the stunning paintings of Van Gough, ate (veggie) sushi and took in the views from a rooftop cocktail bar watching the night set in and the city come alive beneath my feet. What a weekend! I treat my birthday like New Year's Eve because, technically, it is! I got this idea from one of my dearest friends, and the old ..read more
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3 Simple Formulas to Price Your Offers to Sell Like Crazy
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1w ago
By Justine Beauregard  Think about the last item you purchased. I bet the price wasn’t a factor until you determined it met your needs. This isn’t a coincidence; it’s science. Price is one of the final decision markers we evaluate when purchasing. As a 17-year sales coach, I’ve never been one to get stuck on pricing. Instead, I ask questions like, what do I believe is the value of the offer? Not to me but to the end user. How much time will it save them? How much more ease will it provide? What will their experience be like? Next, I consider what price will be a no-brainer for others. If ..read more
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Overcomplication Is a Lie We Are Sold, and I’m Not Buying
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1w ago
By Tricia Scott. I don't know about you, but this last week or two has been heccttiiccc. By the time last weekend came around, it was all I could do to get into clean pj's under my heated blanket (game changer), switch on a movie and take in a few hours in blissful comedies and more than a few re-runs of Emily in Paris.  When things get crazy, and I feel like I'm starting to fall behind, THIS is what I need—no phone, no laptop, just a remote control and a reminder that it can wait. It sounds counterproductive, doesn't it? Let me tell you, it's quite the opposite.  This ..read more
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10 Top Tips to Feel Less Isolated as a Small Business Owner
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2w ago
By Corinne Lewis-Ward. Running a small business is tough. Many people think that being in control of your own time and working on creating a company that reflects your values must be so liberating, but running a small business is a challenge. When starting a business, many people possess a level of optimistic naivety that helps them get through the early days. Although the flexibility to work on your own terms and according to your strengths can be rewarding, there can be a lot of daunting tasks that cause stress and frustration along the way. I believe this to be particularly true for those i ..read more
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What I Allow, I Become
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2w ago
By Tricia Scott.  Last week, I was asked to give a talk to creative media students at a local college (which was all kinds of fabulous). While preparing a slide deck for the event, I reflected on my journey to becoming The Female CEO and what worked and didn't. I was surprised by some of the things that stood out as integral parts of the journey that I hadn't considered in depth before. The biggest of those were mindset and environment.  I mean, I know working on our mindset is essential; I have the excellent Jenn Baron on my editorial team! However, I hadn't considered how much of a ..read more
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I Go My Own Way
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3w ago
By Tricia Scott. With so many varying pieces of advice coming at us daily (and each claiming to be the right way), it's hard not to feel completely confused on the road to success. Which path should we follow? Are we doing it right? Should we be showing up differently? Dancing? Blogging? Going Live?  Before you dive back into bed and pull the covers over your head, consider this: What is the right way anyway?  Allow me to share something revolutionary with you. Are you ready?  The right way is the way that feels good to you.  Thats it. I'm not even joking.  T ..read more
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I Release the Need To Be In Constant Motion
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1M ago
By Tricia Scott  In my work 1:1 with start-up founders, I've found that specific topics come up repeatedly and often continue throughout the entrepreneurship journey. Same issue: different levels of responsibility and outcome; today's topic is one of those, and it's worth talking about because, without exception, every person I speak to goes through it. It's the 'Why aren't we there already' scenario. As a valued member of The Female CEO community, You've likely heard me refer to the staircase analogy and how we only need to see the next step in the journey to make progress and not the en ..read more
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There Is No Race, I Set the Pace
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1M ago
By Tricia Scott I'm back into my dancing shoes over here at The Female CEO and literally bursting with ideas.  This tends to be a pattern for me. I go into introspection and hibernation over the holidays, and, in all honesty, I find it really difficult to get back into the swing of things come January, but once I get past the first week or two, it's like my brain remembers who TF it is and springs back into entrepreneurial action.  A couple of things on this.  Quiet time of the holidays is a non-negotiable for me. My brain works at 400mph most of the day, and I've lear ..read more
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My Presence Is a Present I Can Give to Myself
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1M ago
By Tricia Scott Just before Christmas, in an effort to take a well-earned break and enjoy the festivities, I went on a mini-break cruise to the Netherlands. Just a couple of days away, browsing markets and drinking hot mulled wine wrapped in 100000 layers of coats and scarves.   Even now, as many years as I have been working as an entrepreneur, I still find it difficult to leave my computer at home if I travel (and sometimes I don't), but the laptop was firmly left on my desk as I boarded the ship for my mini adventure.  What I didn't account for until the ship set sail was that ..read more
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