Posts by Maggie Patterson

Episode 175: May 2019 Recap

Recap May 2019

May is always one of my fave months of the year…so the question is, did May 2019 deliver the goods? In this episode, I’m sharing the May recap, and I’ll reveal everything that happened in the month that was. Let’s do it. I feel like I just recorded a recap as April was such a…

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Episode 172: Nevica Vasquez on Finding Your Biz Besties

Finding your biz besties

When you work in an office, it’s easy to form friendships and relationships to help you weather the ups and downs. But when you work from home, it’s a totally different ballgame, and it’s easy to feel disconnected. In this episode, guest Nevica Vasquez shares how to find your business besties and why they’re so…

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Episode 171: The April Recap

April 2019 recap

Remember when I said March was kind of boring? Let me tell you, April was the complete opposite with big decisions in business and life which I’m going to share with you in detail in the April recap. Let’s do this. In the March recap, I talked about how it was a pretty non-eventful month,…

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Episode 169: Are you Managing or Leading?

Managing or leading

Over the years, I’ve had an adversarial relationship with the idea of leading as I don’t really want to be responsible for people or be in charge of inspirational speeches. What I finally had to realize is that there’s a big difference between managing and leading and that for my business and my headspace, I…

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Episode 168: Tara Newman on Being a High Performer

being a high performer

When you’re the boss, it’s easy to get bogged down in focusing purely on how to be more productive, get more done and, ultimately, check more off that to-do list. But what if there was a different way to get better results in your business? That’s exactly what our guest for this episode, Tara Newman,…

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Did the Expert Economy Kill Mastery?

Expert economy

Back in 2013, my family went on a road trip to Prince Edward Island, and somewhere in the middle of rural Quebec, I threw my Kindle across the backseat. Why? I was reading a book about the expert economy, and I was completely enraged by the message. It was a story that’s all too common…

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