Author Archive | Natalie MacNeil

Get The Hell Outta Your Comfort Zone

Nine times out of ten when I’m working with an entrepreneur who feels stuck with their business, it’s because they need to get out of their comfort zone. All the magic in your business and life will happen outside your comfort zone. [ Click to tweet] In today’s episode of She Takes on the World […]

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Reflections From The Eye Of The Storm

I had dinner with some friends last week and they kept telling me how busy I was. I insisted that I wasn’t and said I actually felt less busy than normal. In fact, I told them I felt quite relaxed and calm. To which they replied yes, but your normal is busy – you may […]

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Should You Give Up On Your Business?

Did you have a big dream when you started your business but as time goes on that dream feels further and further out of reach, and you’re wondering if you should give up on your business altogether? This episode of She Takes on the World TV is for you. I have given up on projects […]

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10 Lessons I Learned Starting My Own Business

This blog post is being brought to you by Visa Small Business. If I could go back in time and do a few things differently when I was starting my own business for the first time, I would, but hindsight is 20/20 and I learned so much. I started working on my first real business […]

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Women Entrepreneurs and the Imposter Syndrome

As a young woman entrepreneur starting out in my first business I was pretty audacious, but before I achieved the success I wanted I had one big obstacle to overcome: the imposter syndrome. Women entrepreneurs may experience the imposter syndrome more than our male counterparts, although some men have talked about experiencing it too. Also […]

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Are You Playing a Zero Sum Game?

If you look at your gain as someone else’s loss, you’re playing a zero sum game. This is a dangerous money mindset that holds you back from being able to make more money, and achieve the success you deserve. I talk to a lot of entrepreneurs, especially women, who actually feel guilty about making more […]

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Juggling A Day Job + Side Business

Many of the entrepreneurs I know have a side business, rather than a business they are running full time. The reality is that people have bills to pay and mouths to feed while they are waiting for the business to take off. That’s why I just don’t believe in waiting for the “right time” to […]

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