Could you have predicted that we would be forced to pause, in self-quarantines, social distancing becomes normal, we take on many new roles, kiddos are home, and your new office is in the corner of the living room? This description may describe many of your current situations.
What I know to be true is that the most challenging person to lead is yourself and during these uncertain times, now is not the time to put on the brakes. Leaders like you and I need to find ways to show up and have a voice that is different from the crowd. One that is calm, collective, and full of hope.
Hope that even though we may not have all the answers or know exactly what to do, we will get through this time and can become better because of the experience.
I want to encourage you to add these tips into your daily routine as they have helped me tremendously.
First of all, I want to say “Thank you” for stopping by our website!
I was born and raised in North Dakota and still call it home. I will be the first to tell you that I prefer beaches and ocean over the cold and the snow, but I love the land and people of ND. If you haven’t been here, I recommend you come and visit!
So here is the shortened version of “who I am”. First and foremost; I am a wife to my wonderful husband Neal and a mother to three beautiful children. I am an entrepreneur at heart and have always been one!
I love getting in the trenches to problem solve and focus on getting results. Like most entrepreneurs, I have many interests and so far have been able to explore most of them successfully. My history has been working with alongside my husband as he grew his practice, owning my own photography studio for 10+ years in which I would shoot close to 40 weddings a year and organize 600 soccer kiddos in 6 hours (whew that...