Mar 9, 2020

With all the ‘things’ that you need to ‘get done’ in your life, and that includes your business too, do you ever wonder how you’re actually going to pull it all off without burning out and collapsing into a heap on the floor? Is it really possible?

Yes. Yes, it is. 

Take a deep breath and join me for this episode of The Business of Becoming with my very special guest, Andi Clark, CEO and Founder of 911 Lifestyle. Andi is an international speaker and known as The Elite Trainer for First Responders as well as the creator of her signature program 911 Elite Performance.

I am excited for you to hear about Andi’s journey as we sat down for a real, sincere conversation about the costs of growth and what it looks like from someone who is actively in the trenches, growing her business. Hear about her highs and lows and the sacrifices and rewards.

I am honoured to have witnessed such amazing growth in working with Andi and the serious shifts she has made all round – shifts in mindset, boundaries, behaviours, and vision. Not to mention, more than anything, the number of lives she has impacted, and saved.

This episode is raw, honest, tearful, joyful and a celebration of what Andi has been able to accomplish by finding the right balance of hustle for herself.

Fair warning, bring the tissues!

More About Andi:

Andi is a beautiful mother and wife who discovered her business niche through her own personal experiences with heightened stress and burnout. Her journey from personal trainer and nutrition coach to now helping first responders is remarkable and the impact she has had on the lives of others is extraordinary. Andi is an amazing example of how to identify boundaries, define limitations and acknowledge the costs of growth on her own terms.

Listen to Episode 154 below:

What We Talk About In This Episode:

  • How Andi discovered her niche
  • Does outside validation really matter?
  • How to manage negative comments and get curious instead of taking it personally
  • Assessing how much energy to give any particular moment or event
  • Recognizing limitations and when it’s time to change the plan
  • The strategies Andi implemented to help manage her energy vs. time
  • Andi’s top tips for office productivity 
  • The importance of creating a schedule that works for you
  • How pushing through ‘it’ may not be the answer
  • Recognizing and managing competing energies between business and home life
  • Giving yourself permission to be absent sometimes

Things We Mention In This Episode:

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Let’s Keep The Conversation Going…

Does the thought of having to give up ‘everything’ to grow a business scare you? Is that really TRUE? Or just what people perceive? Have you had success and NOT had to sacrifice everything? I would love to hear all about it and I’m sure others would too. Comment below and share your story or visit me on Instagram which is currently my favourite way to connect.

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