In this episode, Alisha Interviews Christie Soper of Sunceirge.
Alisha talks to Christie Soper about trusting your instincts, honoring creativity, and embracing our vulnerability.
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Here are some of the topics we touch on in this episode.
Women in Tech
How as an entrepreneur do you know it’s the right time to hire your first employee?
When you’re overwhelmed with the details you’re not able to monetize.
There are always creative ways to get help in your business.
Growing relationship in a strategic way
Never regret following your instincts
When you feel the least wise that’s when you have the most room to grow
Core value alignment
Core values come back to identity, meaning and purpose
Why would we walk around with a broken arm and not fix it?
Don’t rush into decisions
Live a life of passion and connect it to purpose
Drop the word success from your vocabulary
Work hard play hard
If we feel like we’re settling, the creativity stagnates
I honor my creativity by listening to when I’m not creative
Lean into vulnerability
Embrace vulnerability- not confidence
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