I don’t believe we’re meant to do the same thing forever. In fact, I think most entrepreneurs are multi-passionate, multi-hyphenated creatives. And this is a sentiment that became even more obvious after we asked you what types of episodes you'd like to see on The Power in Purpose podcast. You want to learn about pivoting in business–what it’s like, how to start, and what to expect when you decide to leave behind your business/career and start something new.
In this episode, I’m giving you permission to pivot–and sharing what I learned when I sold my first business and followed my purpose and how you can start making a change in business today.
Maybe you’re feeling burnt out and you’re looking for something new and exhilarating. Or, maybe you don’t have the same love and joy you once did when you started your career. Pivoting can be scary, hard, and honestly stressful.
But there’s not a day that goes by where I’m not grateful I took the leap and decided to shift course in my career.
If you’ve been feeling that nudge… or heck, that aggressive push to try something new, this episode is for you.
I know what pivoting is like firsthand; in October of 2019, I sold my 6-figure business of 12 years so I could coach and mentor wedding pros full time. After so many years doing (and being known for) one thing, pivoting was exciting and exhilarating.
But it was also hard, full of imposter syndrome, and felt like totally starting over. Today, I'm sharing the good, the bad, and the hard when it comes to pivoting.
This episode is part of our mindset series.
If you'd like to explore more episodes in this series, click here to binge them all.
In today's episode of The Power in Purpose Podcast on pivoting in business:
- Why pivoting might be the right move for you
- 7 steps to take to start pivoting
- The 6 lessons I learned when pivoting my career