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Lindsay Davis speaks about her Work-At-Home journey’s success and is looking to exceed last year’s income by a great deal. Freelancers know the struggle of feast and famine energy when it comes to our financial stability. However, when you work from home, you need to use that energy to stabilize your finances. Lindsay gives advice based on what she has learned on her Work-At-Home journey. Lindsay says that freedom is one of her top values. She realized that she is free to reinvent who she chooses to be next, and no one will ever define what you can and cannot do. We talk about finding your success and the importance of being with your emotions.
In This Episode
- [03:40] Meet Lindsay Davis. Lindsay speaks about her income levels.
- [07:55] How feast and famine energy is real for freelancers; look at it as an opportunity.
- [09:30] The type of things that Lindsay has learned on her Work At Home journey.
- [16:30] Why the answer to success is not to “just try harder.”
- [25:25] You need more permission and skill with your emotions.
- With the advent of the internet, what we are able to do with it continues to evolve.
- What we have between the ears is trainable.
- Have ten seconds of courage and step into the unknown; finding success requires courage and alignment.
- Do you have a business idea that will solve a problem people have? When there are a lot of people with problems, that is the best time to start a business.
- Website: http://createyourpossible.com
- Facebook: The Wolfpack: For Dedicated Creatives & Entrepreneurs
Meet Lindsay Davis
I have studied with coaches such as Heather Dominick (Founder and leader of Business Miracles and the highly sensitive movement), Steve Chandler (international coach, leader of Advanced Client Systems, prolific author/speaker, and fondly known as the Godfather of coaching), Jason Goldberg (international speaker, author and coach.), and Kamin Samuel (author/speaker and master coach) amongst others. I’m deeply appreciative to all of the coaches and mentors who have taken the time and love to help me on my path. My work will always be a quilt-work of tribute to yours. I believe we do stand on the shoulders of giants.
As an avid reader and applier of books, podcasts, videos and workshops—I’ve been influenced by more voices I can recall here. Some of my favorite consistent inspirations are Steven Pressfield, Martha Beck, Nathaniel Branden, Rolf Gates, Dan Millman, Davidjii, Melissa Ford, the Strozzi-Heckler Institute for Somatics, George Pransky, Doug Silsbee, and Byron Katie. (Can you tell I like learning?)
I believe in continuing education and being a lifelong learner to be the best I can be for those I’m privileged to call my clients. Who knows what will be next?
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