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68. Permission to Slow Down & Do Things On Your Terms
Episode 687th November 2022 • On Your Terms • Sam Vander Wielen
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Out of everything I’ve learned over the years of running a business, there’s one thing I wish I could go back and give myself the permission to do when I first started: Not turning everything I learn immediately into content for my business.

Once I gave myself this permission, not only did it impact my business success and my bottom line, my mental health improved. I didn’t realize how exhausting it was, but once I took a step back and slowed things down, it was clear to me that this isn’t a good approach to business. I’m going to share why I think this is such a bad idea, why it’s important to give yourself permission to do something different, and what you can do instead.

In this episode, you’ll hear…

  • 01:34 - The cycle of learning and teaching
  • 05:04 - Giving yourself permission to not teach everything you learn
  • 07:57 - Learning and growing in parallel
  • 10:52 - Sharing information with purpose
  • 13:27 - Fighting the race to cheapen content

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