who am i?
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Resources of the week🔥
1. Welcome sequence masterclass by Jeff Felten
Email welcome sequences are the most underrated strategies to upsell or develop relationships with your subscribers. And Jeff solves the exact problem by giving precise strategies to fire up your email skills.
Ugghh…it’s so amazing that I revamped my whole email strategy inspired by his masterclass. It’s genuinely an information overload:)
You can get it here. [affiliate link]
2. The Indie Creator Newsletter
My friend Ayush is a master indie creator who left his traditional corporate job to jump into solopreneurship. He writes about the creator economy and helps people build profitable bootstrapped businesses.
And he packs all of his knowledge into his weekly newsletter! It’s a must-read for anyone who’s just kicking off their business.
Subscribe to it here.
Who am I??? Who do I want to be??
In the past 3 months, I’ve been obsessing about the above 2 questions. To the point where my husband has gotten sick of me
Because I realized as a new entrepreneur, these 2 questions will lay the foundation of EVERY decision you take.
Who are you? What kind of people do you want to work with? How will your life look in the next couple of years? How much do you want to earn? What’s the one thing you want to be known for? What sort of folks do you want to avoid?
[the above questions are an extension of the leading 2 questions]
I know. These are intensely deep questions.
But they’re necessary.
Because that’s how you will behave with your peers, develop relationships, and decide what matters & what doesn’t. Once I figured out these questions, my jealousy of the “big accounts” vanished because I realized I didn’t want to be like that anyway.
Also, I instantly started attracting “my kind of” people.
I’m not asking you to figure this out in 1 day.
But I would truly suggest you sit in a quiet place and ponder these questions. Many aspects of your business and life will automatically fall into perspective once you do it.
And you start having more meaningful conversations that’ll elevate your life.
I’m finally getting okay with taking breaks
I used to be (still kind of am) a workaholic.
There, I said it.
I used to either work or feel guilty about not working until a couple of months back. I drove myself to a level where I started getting white hair at 25 and burnt out.
An (almost) mental breakdown finally put things in perspective for me 2 months back. I could not continue that lifestyle anymore.
And I finally started working bit by bit on my attitude, health, and mindset.
It’s hard, and I’m still working on it…but I feel much saner now:)
Entrepreneurship is hard, no doubt. Especially when you don’t have anyone dictating your path ahead, it’s so easy to get overwhelmed because there are always a million things to do!
Take breaks. Take a deep breath from time to time.
Your business will survive:)
I hope this email pushes you ‘slightly’ towards taking more care of yourself.
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Until next week,