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5 Ways to Avoid Burn Out in Your Business

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Burn out is a very real thing, whether you work for a large company or work for yourself. Slowly, over time, you start hitting the snooze button; you procrastinate about starting projects; you suffer from writer’s block when it comes to creating products; and you do not look forward to your client sessions. It may seem to come on suddenly, but these easy-to-miss signs start slowly and snowball until you question if you still want to continue being a coach.

No one is immune to this dilemma but t…

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Create Products Your Clients Will Buy

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We are big believers in creating passive income here at Thrive & Grow however too many entrepreneurs do not know what to offer or think that their time for money services is enough to sustain their lifestyle. Often ending up on the great hamster wheel of business.

Of course, your clients hire you for your specific skillset and specialism, but wouldn’t you like to earn more in your business? Wouldn’t you like to experience the phrase, “Make money in your sleep” in reality? How would it be if you…

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Are Self-Sabotaging Behaviours Keeping You from Earning What You Are Worth?

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No matter how successful you are, at some time or other you will experience self-sabotage, and the price of it can be high.

  • Your income will suffer.
  • Your self-esteem will plummet.
  • Your confidence will find new lows.

And the end result? Frustration. Burnout. Resentment (of your clients, your business and even your family members). And yes, even more self-sabotaging behaviours! This downward spiral can quickly become devastating, but interrupting your self-sabotage becomes easier when you …

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How to Bust Through Your Money Blocks

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Do you think your money mindset is holding you back in your earning potential?

You’re not alone.

So many entrepreneurs are tethered by what's known as the poverty mindset.

This comes from feelings of ‘unworthiness’.

It usually stems from our relationship with money matters from early in our lives.

Did your parents struggle to make ends meet?

Was spending associated with risk in your family?

These negative associations result in fear of poverty.

You end up trying to avoid it, being wary o…

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Controversial Statement Time!

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The personal development world is F*CKED.  Yep! That’s right a multi billionaire dollar industry that is just so F*CKED.  In fact, it’s growth is testament to why it is F*CKED.

In 2016, standing in the middle of a very posh department store, staring at an exquisite blouse, I had the realisation that “I’m not broken” in fact no-one is.  So please STOP trying to fix me.

Now why would I say that as someone who has trained and used so many personal development modalities? 

I AM able to say this f…

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Creating a Life and Business You Love! Episode One: We have to do the "work".


Transcript: 

I’m Miranda Christopher founder of Thrive & Grow.

I have created a very different approach to business building for women.  To do this I had to experience struggle, frustration, and a very epic failure in one of my businesses.

As a result, deeply embroiled in my pity party for one, I wanted to know if it was just me that had this experience.

I’d had other businesses and they were really successful, so why was it different this time?

After a particularly emotional exchange w…

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Sneaky Self-Sabotage

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You are good to go. You have had a brilliant idea, and you have set-up your business. But things are not going quite the way you expected.

As female entrepreneurs we know we need to plan, set goals, work hard. But still we often find that the success we seek eludes us, and we don’t really understand why.

Could it be sneaky self-sabotage creeping up on you? It comes in many forms.

Procrastination is an art form. And it is one thing that most of us will admit to being expert at. Being aware of …

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Is It Just Me?

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This is the question we find a lot of women asking themselves when it comes to dealing with the challenges of starting and growing their business.

When you end up in a Shirley Valentine style moment asking the question to the wall, you know you need to do something different.  But what?

This is where our founder Miranda Christopher had her epiphany moment. When she expected the wall to respond!

Miranda describes how so many women have their own lightbulb go on when they realise that it isn’t …

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