philosophies ep03: the joy of missing out



We live in a world with so many demands on our time and unrealistic expectations around productivity. We see people's lives and make snap judgements based on 15, 30 or 60 seconds of their highlight reel. We log in to social media for that hit of dopamine, without even realizing the moments that are getting stolen from us.


I am a firm believer in being more intentional about where our time and energy is placed, reserving it for the things that truly align with our values.


I work with so many small business owners who feel the need to be on every channel, fully leveraging every digital marketing method. And if they aren't, they feel guilty. They look to others for guidance, and in turn, get distracted from their unique purpose, falling victim to "shiny object syndrome".


And that simply isn't it, friends. I want your life and business to feel like FREEDOM to you.


I got into business for myself to set my own schedule, travel more, and spend more time with my loved ones. When I get distracted from that, I always have to come back to center and evaluate. It also usually means eliminating something, or simplifying.


Today on the Philosophies podcast, I'm sharing about the concept of JOMO, or the "joy of missing out", how we can apply it to our businesses practically, and show up with intention.


The benefit of doing that? You have enough MARGIN in your life to show up fully for yourself, your family, and the things that matter most!



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