I’ve been quiet since May but it’s for a good reason.
I spent this summer listening to my intuition.
Your intuition should be your guide. There’s nothing quite like that feeling in your “gut”. BUT (there’s always a but, right?)… change can be scary. And some times we doubt intuition or resist it.
Earlier this year I decided it was time to stop ignoring my intuition. I won’t bore you with all of the details but I took some time to focus on myself. With the amazing support of family, friends and a kick-butt coach, I worked hard at making some changes and I’m now on a path to being a full-time entrepreneur.
If you’re a shopkeeper who still works a 9-5, I can relate. It’s a balancing act. I spent 19 years in an admirable profession. My recent departure was bittersweet but it was time to move on.
I will be spending more time focusing on the shop I co-own with my sister. I will be spending much more time blogging here and I can’t begin to tell you how excited I am about this. And I will be spending some of my time serving clients who can use help with their own businesses.
Even more importantly, I’ll be taking care of myself – workouts here I come! AND I’ll be spending more time with family and friends (insert lots of hearts here).
My goal for the next year? Less ego, more intuition. I’m determined to make it my superpower.
Is your intuition talking to you, or better yet screaming at you? I’d love to hear about it – comment below, hit reply if you received this in an email, contact me or share about it in the Savvy Shopkeepers Facebook group. It’s always nice to hear I’m not alone!
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I look forward to sharing how I’ve been able to help build, market and manage a retail store with my sister—all on a budget. ~ Kathy