How to Cope with Entrepreneur Depression and Mental Health Disorders #40

Entrepreneurship and mental health disorders can go hand-in-hand. The truth is that entrepreneurs have a tendency to believe that everyone else is doing just fine and that they are the only ones struggling. But that’s just not true. Mental health conditions affect so many entrepreneurs, their issues can range from ADHD, to anxiety, to depression. Entrepreneur depression can be exacerbated by the isolation that comes with entrepreneurship. If you or someone you know struggles with mental health issues listen to this episode to learn more about how to cope.

Half of entrepreneurs say that they have at least one mental health condition

Many entrepreneurs deal with depression and anxiety. These two conditions can be seen as two sides to the same coin. Anxiety impacts how you focus on the future and depression can have you focused too much on the past. Entrepreneur depression can be exacerbated by the seeming isolation of entrepreneurship. But the truth is that there are so many entrepreneurs dealing with depression and a range of other mental health issues. So if you think you are the only one, please know that you are not alone!

Many entrepreneurs overcompensate for their weaknesses

After being told your whole life that you are lazy or that your issues are just in your head, many decide to prove to the world just how hard they can work. While having a strong work ethic is a wonderful trait, many with ADHD become workaholics and/or perfectionists to compensate for their perceived laziness. Maelisa ended up turning her weakness of being disorganized into a strength by learning organizational skills. She then took it a step further and created a business out of it. Have you found that you overcompensate for a weakness?

Acknowledge that you have a weakness then learn how to manage it

So you’re no superhero. This is not news. Having a weakness is okay! Take a page from the addiction handbook and first acknowledge that you have a problem. The next step is to figure out how to deal with it. What is it you really need? Do you need time management? A team to delegate tasks to? Do you need to see a therapist? Ask a friend for a recommendation. Should you be managing your condition with medication? Do whatever it is that you need to do to care for yourself. Listen to this episode to help you think about your conditions and discover the best solution that works for you.

If you give your business everything than you won’t have anything left for the rest of your life

Having clear boundaries between work and home life can be tricky for the entrepreneur that works from home, but it is an important step in creating a healthy work/life balance. It is easy to associate your business’s success or failure with your own worth. It's hard to manage passion and focus while separating yourself from your business’s success or failure. With high achieving personality then you feel like you must do it all. How do you make time for your hobbies, family, and relationships alongside your business? Listen to this episode to get ideas on how to maintain a healthy work/life balance.

In this episode...

  • [2:12] Half of entrepreneurs say that they have at least one mental health condition

  • [6:20] Many overcompensate for their weaknesses

  • [9:53] Admit that you have a problem and that you must care for it

  • [12:47] You have to have a safe network to share your vulnerability

  • [16:49] Money is our biggest metric to measure success

  • [19:36] If you give your business everything than you won’t have anything left for the rest of your life

  • [26:58] If you are genuinely struggling with mental health issues see a professional

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Why Having a Team is Actually Important for Self-Care #39

There will always be items on your to-do list, no matter how much you work on your business. You could work all day, every day and still not get everything done. But work-life balance is so important to maintaining your health. One way to help you discover that elusive line that distinguishes the right balance of work and life is to hire a team. When most people think of building a team for their business they think of growing or scaling their business. But having a team is about much more than just building your business, it can provide self-care as well. On this episode of My Biz Bestie, Maelisa and Amber explain why having a team may be just what the doctor ordered.

Having a team is all about self-care

Ask anyone who has hired someone to help them in their business and they will tell you that they wish they had hired someone sooner. When you are trying to do it all you are the one who really suffers. Entrepreneurs tend to get so busy with work, building their business, and trying to keep up with the demands of their everyday life, that they forget to take care of themselves. Put money aside for a moment and think about if hiring someone to do certain tasks for you would improve your mental health. If you are feeling overworked then you will want to listen to this episode to hear how you can use a team to help practice self-care.

What are other options you can consider besides hiring someone in your business?

There are other ways to care for yourself and your business rather than just hiring someone for your business. You might be better off hiring someone to clean your house or cook meals for your family. Think about what causes you the most stress. How could you relieve that stress? Sometimes its just easier to find someone to help you with your busy life. There are people out there that can help you with every aspect of your life: a meal delivery service, cleaning lady, meal planning service, or even a nanny. Think about how can you take care of yourself so that you don’t hit the wall and completely shut down.

You can’t afford to not help yourself

People often say that they can’t afford help, but the reality is that they can’t afford to not find a way to practice self-care. Once you look at the grand scheme of things self-care is worth every penny. Your health and well being are most important because once you break down, coming back is much more challenging. If you do reach the point of break down you might get physically ill and have to spend money on doctors and treatments as well as deal with the loss of business while you take time off to heal. What's the point of having a successful business if you’re too sick to enjoy it! Listen to this episode of My Biz Bestie to hear how important self-care is to you and your business.

What should your first hire be?

There are so many things that you can actually delegate to others. You could get a graphic designer, a web designer, a bookkeeper, a VA or even a copywriter. Finding the right help is pretty easy and it doesn’t require a payroll or a huge time commitment. You can use resources like Fiverr and Upwork to help you find someone to fill the tasks you need. So think about it, what tasks can you delegate? Do you need help at home more or in your business? Where would you get the most value? Listen to this episode to help you learn how to build your team so that you can invest in your most important resource: yourself!

In this episode...

  • [1:12] There will always be items on your to-do list

  • [3:52] How can you take care of yourself?

  • [8:02] Set boundaries to help you

  • [11:50] You can’t afford to not help yourself

  • [16:33] What should your first hire be?

  • [20:46] We all need time away from work

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Discover How Biz Besties Stick Together Through Business Growth with Jaclyn Mellone and Jessica Stansberry #38

Jaclyn Mellone and Jessica Stansberry from the All Up in Your Lady Business podcast join Amber and Maelisa on this episode of My Biz Bestie. In case you were wondering, All Up in Your Lady Business is a business podcast. . . not a gynecology podcast. These biz besties discuss their whirlwind biz bestie romance and how their relationship stays strong after 3 years into it. If you think a biz bestie relationship is something that takes time to develop, Jaclyn and Jessica are here to prove you wrong. Listen to this episode as the marketing strategist and the mindset guru describe how their biz bestie relationship helped them with business growth.

These besties had a whirlwind romance

Jaclyn and Jessica became fast friends after what was to be a quick call about becoming an affiliate. Jessica was offering a course and Jaclyn wanted to use her extensive Instagram influence to become an affiliate for the course. Their quick business phone call turned into a 3-hour conversation. For those of you that think that you need loads of time to cultivate the perfect biz bestie friendship, you need to listen to this episode to hear Jaclyn and Jessica describe how they met. Listen to this episode to hear about their whirlwind bestie romance.

When did they decide to do their podcast?

Shortly after Jaclyn and Jessica became such fast friends they rushed into another big decision. Jessica proposed that they begin a podcast together. Jaclyn, being as savvy and entrepreneurial-minded as she is, negotiated the terms of their deal and just weeks after becoming biz besties, the All Up in Your Lady Business Podcast was born. Shortly after deciding to launch the podcast they met in real life for the first time. They had their first photo shoot and the rest is podcasting history. Listen to this episode to hear how Jaclyn and Jessica’s whirlwind romance turned into a successful business venture that has been going 3 years strong.

Similar pacing is important in a biz bestie relationship

Over the past three years that Jessica and Jaclyn have been friends both of their businesses have changed, shifted, and grown. They attribute their support for one another as a big factor in each other’s success and business growth. These biz besties constantly push each other to do more. Their businesses have grown at about the same pace. The biz besties agree that similar pacing is an important factor in maintaining a business relationship through the growth of businesses. Listen to episode 38 to hear how important it is to have a biz bestie through your business growth.

Having a business support system is just as important as having a biz bestie

Jessica and Jaclyn don’t just rely on each other to help them stay focused on their businesses. They also rely on their own inner circles to help them set goals, stay focused, and grow their businesses. They have also learned that having a circle that understands their business is important to their business growth. Within their inner circles, they can speak the same language of their business and discuss goals with people that understand the ins and outs of their business model. Listen to this episode to hear how important it is to have a network of people who understand your business.

In this episode...

  • [5:22] Jaclyn and Jessica tell their love story

  • [12:34] How did their first in-person meeting go?

  • [17:00] They both have been able to grow their business

  • [19:01] How do they communicate?

  • [23:20] Have they had any other biz besties?

  • [28:19] What other benefits have they seen in having a biz bestie?

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Taking Productivity to a Whole New Level at The GSD Work Retreat #37

The My Biz Bestie GSD work retreat was a fantastic getaway enjoyed by 4 hard-working women. These ladies brought the right mindset and achieved greatness over the 4-day retreat. This retreat was the first time Maelisa and Amber hosted a retreat themselves and they spend this episode reflecting on who worked, what worked, and why it worked. Listen to this episode to hear what the participants thought and to discover if a work retreat is exactly what you need to get stuff done.

Accountability and structure were the keys to GSD

Amber was totally floored at how much the women were able to get done in 4 short days. Hosting this work retreat helped her see the value of having someone taking charge and pushing and challenging the participants to narrow their focus not just for the week but for the day and even for the hour. Amber and Maelisa both saw the value in the structure that they provided on the retreat. They understand how holding the participants accountable really contributed to them getting done so much work. Amber enjoyed helping the women find their focus and help them develop a clear vision of what they wanted to accomplish during the stay. Are you curious about what you could get done during a GSD work retreat? Listen to this episode to hear how Amber and Maelisa helped the group find their focus and hold each member accountable so that they achieved maximum output.

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What is a Pomodoro session?

One of the ways that Amber and Maelisa were able to provide structure to the work sessions was by using the Pomodoro technique. Pomodoro is a style of working in which you are focused for 25 minutes and then take a 5-minute break. You can adjust the timeframe to increase the amount of time. The technique is based on research that our brains need consistent breaks to really work their best. A full day using Pomodoro is 6 hours with an hour break. Using the Pomodoro method not only increases productivity but manages your energy output. When using Pomodoro sessions, at the end of the day you don’t feel so drained and exhausted. It helps to trick your brain to tackle a task that you avoid doing. Listen to this episode to hear how Amber and Maelisa used the Pomodoro method to help the participants at the GSD retreat stay focused and get it all done.

What did the GSD participants think of their weekend of productivity?

The 4 GSD entrepreneurs chime in on how the weekend affected them and their business. Dr. Caryn Banque was finally able to write the copy and get her website live after paying for it for 2 years! Molly Ann, a home designer, appreciated being able to review her work with a unique perspective. Jasmin Jourdenais was able to plan the big picture, she loved the visual techniques used to help stay focused. Theresa Tschannen was able to declutter all the things that were creating background noise and preventing her from working on her business. Listen to these ladies describe in person how productive their GSD work retreat was for them on this episode of My Biz Bestie.

Are you ready to master your to-do list?

Are you curious about how the Pomodoro technique might increase your productivity? Amber and Maelisa invite you to a live 3 hour Pomodoro session. You can sit wherever you are and take 3 hours of your time to tackle your to-do list. Amber and Maelisa will be there to help you with the structure and accountability that will push you to get it all done. Join them on Thursday, October 25 from 10-1 PST. They will help you brainstorm before the session to discuss what it is you would like to accomplish, they’ll hold you accountable, and help you celebrate as you master your to-do list. Join them by registering at MyBizBestie.com/coworking

In this episode...

  • [1:42] Amber’s takeaway’s from the retreat

  • [7:04] What is a Pomodoro session?

  • [13:54] What did Caryn think of the retreat?

  • [19:03] What did Molly Ann take away from the GSD retreat?

  • [22:15] Jasmine Jorurdenais had never dedicated so much time on her business

  • [31:22] Therese Grieco knew she needed a GSD weekend to focus on her business

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How to Maximize Your Money Mindset #36

Episode 36 is a bit of a nostalgic one for Maelisa and Amber since they reminisce on how they met. On this episode they discuss the book Get Rich Lucky Bitch. The dynamic duo actually met while reading this book as part of an online book club. They both grew to be huge fans of the author, Denise Duffield-Thomas. Your money mindset can be a bit of a woo-woo topic, but having the right mindset about money really does impact every part of your life. How you think about money can affect your business, your relationships, and your home life. Listen to this episode to hear how to maximize your money mindset.

What you focus on is what you will manifest

Yes, manifesting is totally a woo-woo topic, but there is a bit of science behind it. If you make something your focus and you concentrate on achieving it you can change the outcome by changing behaviors that open up new opportunities. Changing your mindset about a topic like money will change your beliefs about what you can make happen. The stories that you tell yourself impact what you do and how you act. Amber was able to help change the way she thinks about money by no longer telling people that she likes to spend money as much as she makes it. Something as small as this can really affect behavior. Whatever you focus your mind on will expand this can be either in a positive or in a negative way. Listen to this episode to learn how to manifest a good money mindset.

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Money is a huge piece of making your entrepreneurial journey more fun

You may be wondering why a show that focuses on business relationships is discussing money. That is because money is such a big piece of your entrepreneurial journey. If you can improve your relationship with money, your entrepreneurial journey will be much more fun. Money has much more to do with emotions than you think, it’s not just numbers. Changing your emotional response to money is a big step toward changing your money mindset. Listen to this important episode about money mindset to help you make your entrepreneurial journey more fun.

Money is a constant growth area

Unfortunately, you can’t simply change your money mindset and then walk away. As you and your business change and grow you must continually reassess your relationship with money. Like every other relationship you have, you’re always working through something when it comes to money. Your money mindset must continue to grow and evolve as you make more money. You also need to be wary of how other people’s money mindset issues can hold you back. Surround yourself with people that have a good relationship with money to help you to improve your money mindset. Listen to this episode to hear tips on how to change your money mindset and continue to grow with your money.

If you constantly compare yourself to others you will never measure up

It is can be easy to stress out when you compare yourself with other people. You need to remember that not everyone is completely honest about how much money they have made. When someone says that they made a million dollars, they may not be disclosing that they actually spent 1.2 million to get there. When you put pressure on yourself you cannot enjoy your successes. Remember that not every business will make millions of dollars. It is important to consider what rich means to you. Listen to this episode and post a picture of yourself listening on your Instagram page. Be sure to tag us @MyBizBestie for a chance to win the book Get Rich Lucky Bitch!

In this episode...

  • [1:12] Maelisa and Amber reminisce on how they met

  • [2:50] Money mindset affects not just your business but your every day life

  • [6:44] Is there a science behind manifesting?

  • [9:38] A huge mindset shift takes place in girls during puberty

  • [12:12] Amber has changed her story when it comes to money

  • [16:16] In a relationship, there can be differing mindsets on money

  • [18:24] If you constantly compare yourself to others you will never measure up

  • [26:22] Not every business is meant to make a million dollars

  • [28:15] Post a picture of you listening to this episode on your Instagram page and tag us @MyBizBestie

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How to Maximize Your Conference Networking Experience with Chris Browning #35

Biz bro, Chris Browning, joins Maelisa and Amber in this live interview from the Podcast Movement conference. Chris hosts Popcorn Finance, a podcast which gives financial tidbits in about the time that it takes to make a bowl of popcorn. During this super special interview with everyone’s favorite financial guru, the biz besties pick Chris’s brain to learn how he maximizes his time at conferences. Although Chris hasn’t been to that many conferences he has learned how to get the most bang for his buck. Listen to this episode to hear how to up your conference networking game.

How does an introvert push through to maximize his conference experience?

Chris is a self-proclaimed introvert and an INFP. Even though he can sometimes get stuck in his own head, he knows how important it is to network at conferences. Chris first met Maelisa at the airport on the way to FinCon. He spent about 10 minutes internally debating with himself about whether or not he should go talk to her. Thankfully the networking side of him won the debate and he ended up becoming a biz bro. Chris thinks that networking at conferences gets easier as time goes on since people open up more. Listen to this episode to hear how hearing yes makes conference networking easier.

TWEET THIS: Listen to this interview with Chris Browning @PopcornFinance to hear how to up your conference #networking game.

How to maximize your time at conferences

When Chris went to FinCon he expected to attend 6 sessions, but he ended up meeting so many people after he got over his initial hesitation. He ended up doing 13 interviews for his podcast at FinCon over the 3-day conference. Chris realized that conferences are a great way to expand his network since he gets to meet so many people face to face. Chris loves the fact that he can meet people in real life and read their body language which is impossible online. Listen to Chris’s tips on how to maximize your time at a conference on this live interview from Podcast Movement.

How did FinCon change the trajectory of his show?

Chris’s experience at FinCon actually changed the trajectory of his podcast. Before that conference, he had only done 2 interviews on his show. The process of interviewing people was completely new to him. But after doing 13 interviews in a row he became more comfortable with the format. It was like a crash course in conducting podcast interviews. He felt that interviewing people in person helped give him a better feel for how to hold a dialogue with someone on his show successfully. You can’t read people well over the internet, so interviewing people in person gave him an advantage of being able to read their body language as he asked questions. Listen to this episode to hear how Chris learned how to interview people on is feet at FinCon.

Did his previous conference experience shape his expectations?

At FinCon Chris Browning knew that he wanted to attend several sessions. But instead, he learned to network and talk to people. He came into the conference knowing that he would get so much value from networking and talking to people. Chris wanted to make connections and realized that he may get more value from networking at conferences rather than attending as many sessions as possible. The sessions are great, but the connections made by conference networking is even greater. Listen to Chris’s conference experience to hear how this introvert made the most of conference networking.

In this episode...

  • [3:12] How long has Chris had his show?

  • [5:17] How does Chris maximize his time at conferences?

  • [7:55] How did Chris end up with so many interviews?

  • [12:57] How did FinCon change the trajectory of his show?

  • [15:12] Did his previous conference experience shape his expectations?

Resources Mentioned

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Finding the Right Business Friendship with Stacey Ogden #34

Stacey Ogden joins Maelisa and Amber today to find a bestie. Stacey is a busy working mom that loves building her side hustle. She needs to build a business friendship with some entrepreneur friends because no one at her day job understands what she is going through. She loves her teacher friends but is looking to find a bestie that understands what it is like to work full-time, be a great mom, and build a business on the side. Stacey is an expert when it comes to time management and loves to help others master their to-do-lists. Listen to this episode to hear Stacey’s story, who knows she may be your next biz bestie!

What does Stacey do?

Stacey has been trying her hand at entrepreneurship for years. She is not afraid to fail, she started as an entrepreneur with network marketing until she realized that she was terrible at it. She found her niche by developing a blog called Creating My Happiness. She loved it so much that she began a podcast called the Busy Mom Collective, she just forgot to tell anyone about it. Over time Stacey has gotten better at marketing and branding, but her true expertise is time management. Stacey loves to help people become the master of their to-do-lists. Listen to this episode to hear Stacey tell of her trials and tribulations as an entrepreneur.

Why does Stacey need a biz bestie?

Stacey is looking for a business friendship to have someone to talk to about entrepreneurship. Stacey has plenty of teacher friends, but they don’t understand what it’s like to build a side business from scratch. She would love to find someone that also has a full-time job and is building a business on the side. She is an expert in time management and even helps busy moms tackle their to-do-lists. Stacey would love to find someone that also uses structure to help them plan their days. Listen to this episode of My Biz Bestie to find out if Stacey would be the right biz bestie for you.

Why was the Podcast Movement a challenge for Stacey?

As an ISTJ, throwing herself out there into big networking events can be a challenge. Stacey met Maelisa and Amber at Podcast Movement and she also met several other people whom she hit it off with as well. She found a way to balance her needs at the Podcast Movement conference and she was able to meet people and then retreat into her solitary hotel room oasis. She enjoyed the conference in spite of her introverted nature and found a few connections there that she may interview on her podcast or simply follow up with to say hi. Stacey is able to balance being an introvert and getting out to networking events to meet people. Listen to this episode to hear how Stacey balances her introverted nature and her desire to network with other entrepreneurs.

How will Stacey look for a bestie?

Stacey is looking for a biz bestie that is walking a similar path. She thinks that meeting up with weekly or bi-weekly calls would be a great way to structure the friendship. Beginning a friendship as an accountability partner is a fantastic idea. Stacey realizes that a trial period for a budding friendship might be a good plan. One way for her to meet people in the online space. Facebook groups are excellent ways to see if a person is a good fit, and Facebook Messenger is an ideal way to begin a connection. Listen to this episode of My Biz Bestie as Maelisa and Amber walk Stacey through the steps of finding a biz bestie.

In this episode...

  • [3:12] What does Stacey do?
  • [5:45] Why does she need a biz bestie?
  • [10:40] What is her local scene like?
  • [13:43] Going to Podcast Movement was a huge challenge for her
  • [21:55] What are Stacey interests?
  • [25:15] What is her goal for her business?
  • [31:42] How will she look for her bestie?
  • [36:55] Facebook is a great way to find people

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The 6 Areas of Your Life That Create Your Business Support System #33

Welcome to season 3 of My Biz Bestie. After an enjoyable summer hiatus, Maelisa and Amber are back in action and ready to talk about entrepreneurship, business relationships, and of course, biz besties. On this episode, they are excited to explore not just the biz bestie relationship, but the entire support system that surrounds you and your business. They explore the different areas of your life that provide a support system for you and your business. Are you ready to discover what the 6 areas of your life that create your business support system are? Listen now to hear what they are.

You come first

You should come first in your life and in your business. The self is all the things that make you-you. Your personality, self-care, self-esteem, mindset, professional growth, mental health are all very important to your business. If you don’t have your self in order then your business can suffer. Listen now to hear why you are the most important part of your business support system.

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Your biz bestie

If you have listened to this show before then you already know the value the biz bestie relationship can provide. Your biz bestie can give you honest feedback in many aspects of your business. It’s nice to have the one on one relationship with someone whose opinion you value and who you really like. You trust your biz bestie to be open and honest. There is often an overlap between business and professional advice in the biz bestie relationship.

Your inner circle

Your inner circle includes other people whose opinions you value. This may or may not include your biz bestie. The inner circle could be people in a mastermind, mentors, collaborators, or simply people you are close to. Your inner circle is a group of people that you share your wins with and they have seen the progress that you have made in your business.

Your team

Your team includes all the people with which you have a business relationship. This can include vendors, consultants, and collaborators. All of these people support your business in reaching your goals. Listen now to hear how your team is part of your business support system.

Your loved ones

Your loved ones are all the family and friends that don’t run a business. They care about you and help your personal relationships. They may not understand what it’s like to be an entrepreneur, but they want to support you in your endeavor however they can. Your loved ones help you find boundaries in your business. Listen to this episode of My Biz Bestie to hear how your loved ones can impact your business.

Your community

Some people neglect this part of their business support system. Your community includes those that you meet networking, collaborators, or referral sources. You may not feel as connected to your community as your inner circle, but your community is like having an extended circle. If you have a local business the community can be found at community events or the chamber of commerce. Listen to this episode to hear why it is important to connect with a larger audience.

Which areas of your business support system need help?

As you think about these areas of your business support system, which one do you feel needs the most nurturing? Which area (or areas) needs to be grown? Leave a comment on this page and tell us which area you will start nurturing. Maelisa and Amber have a special giveaway in store for 4 lucky people that leave comments. Comment now and be sure to listen on September 10th to find out if you have won!

In this episode...

  • [2:12] What are the areas of your life that build the support system?
  • [3:46] Yourself
  • [5:17] Your biz bestie relationship
  • [6:10] Your inner circle
  • [7:45] Your team
  • [8:49] Your loved ones
  • [12:54] Your community
  • [16:11] Which areas do you feel need the most nurturing in your life?

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