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  • formesolution - Forme Solution @formesolution 4 minutes ago
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  • stephaniehayesbusinesscoach - STEPHANIE HAYES Business Coach @stephaniehayesbusinesscoach 20 hours ago
  • I like wearing heels. If I could live in heels, I would. But I busted up my ankle so badly a couple of years ago playing roller derby that I can no longer wear them reliably. My left ankle doesn’t bend properly anymore so I end up hobbling more than owning the look. It’s not particularly flattering.⠀
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Now, in the epitome of #firstworldproblems, this has created a dilemma for me, which I’m going to use as a metaphor for something far more meaningful than footwear, but stay with me here for a second.⠀
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It’s taken me a couple of years to admit I can’t wear my beloved heels now, and I’m beginning to make the transition to... *gasp* flats! Which I can’t get my head around cause I really want this high-heeled killer look that I just can’t have.⠀
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But in my journey I’ve discovered that there are all these other options. Block heels? Wedge heels? Cute pointy flats? Other styles I don’t know the names for? There are *options* and as I start to accept myself as a non-heels-wearer, I’m starting to embrace them more.⠀
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Look, it’s not about shoes.⠀
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It’s a goofy example that just happens to be front of mind, but the point is that the mindset shift is the clincher.⠀
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When you find yourself in a revealing place where you’ve discovered that there is somewhere else or something else you just have to be, the discomfort you’re feeling is because you’ve placed some part of your identity on what you are now, or what you think you are/should be.⠀
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As long as we keep one foot in the “should be” pond, we miss all the opportunities to embrace what actually is, and make it the best it can be.⠀
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It’s not easy to let go of our strongest ideas of who we are. I get that. I’m still in mourning at the loss of my sky-high pumps.⠀
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But we can make baby steps. We can buy that one pair of flats that we could *maybe* get behind. We can try working one day a week without clients. We can try writing from our soul once a month. We can try an assistant on a small project to get a feel for how she works.⠀
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Every phase in business is about transition. Change is our constant companion, and can be embraced with curiosity and optimism.⠀
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Where are you getting stuck in “should be”? I like wearing heels. If I could live in heels, I would. But I busted up my ankle so badly a couple of years ago playing roller derby that I can no longer wear them reliably. My left ankle doesn’t bend properly anymore so I end up hobbling more than owning the look. It’s not particularly flattering.⠀ ⠀ Now, in the epitome of #firstworldproblems, this has created a dilemma for me, which I’m going to use as a metaphor for something far more meaningful than footwear, but stay with me here for a second.⠀ ⠀ It’s taken me a couple of years to admit I can’t wear my beloved heels now, and I’m beginning to make the transition to... *gasp* flats! Which I can’t get my head around cause I really want this high-heeled killer look that I just can’t have.⠀ ⠀ But in my journey I’ve discovered that there are all these other options. Block heels? Wedge heels? Cute pointy flats? Other styles I don’t know the names for? There are *options* and as I start to accept myself as a non-heels-wearer, I’m starting to embrace them more.⠀ ⠀ Look, it’s not about shoes.⠀ ⠀ It’s a goofy example that just happens to be front of mind, but the point is that the mindset shift is the clincher.⠀ ⠀ When you find yourself in a revealing place where you’ve discovered that there is somewhere else or something else you just have to be, the discomfort you’re feeling is because you’ve placed some part of your identity on what you are now, or what you think you are/should be.⠀ ⠀ As long as we keep one foot in the “should be” pond, we miss all the opportunities to embrace what actually is, and make it the best it can be.⠀ ⠀ It’s not easy to let go of our strongest ideas of who we are. I get that. I’m still in mourning at the loss of my sky-high pumps.⠀ ⠀ But we can make baby steps. We can buy that one pair of flats that we could *maybe* get behind. We can try working one day a week without clients. We can try writing from our soul once a month. We can try an assistant on a small project to get a feel for how she works.⠀ ⠀ Every phase in business is about transition. Change is our constant companion, and can be embraced with curiosity and optimism.⠀ ⠀ Where are you getting stuck in “should be”?
  • I like wearing heels. If I could live in heels, I would. But I busted up my ankle so badly a couple of years ago playing roller derby that I can no longer wear them reliably. My left ankle doesn’t bend properly anymore so I end up hobbling more than owning the look. It’s not particularly flattering.⠀ ⠀ Now, in the epitome of #firstworldproblems, this has created a dilemma for me, which I’m going to use as a metaphor for something far more meaningful than footwear, but stay with me here for a second.⠀ ⠀ It’s taken me a couple of years to admit I can’t wear my beloved heels now, and I’m beginning to make the transition to... *gasp* flats! Which I can’t get my head around cause I really want this high-heeled killer look that I just can’t have.⠀ ⠀ But in my journey I’ve discovered that there are all these other options. Block heels? Wedge heels? Cute pointy flats? Other styles I don’t know the names for? There are *options* and as I start to accept myself as a non-heels-wearer, I’m starting to embrace them more.⠀ ⠀ Look, it’s not about shoes.⠀ ⠀ It’s a goofy example that just happens to be front of mind, but the point is that the mindset shift is the clincher.⠀ ⠀ When you find yourself in a revealing place where you’ve discovered that there is somewhere else or something else you just have to be, the discomfort you’re feeling is because you’ve placed some part of your identity on what you are now, or what you think you are/should be.⠀ ⠀ As long as we keep one foot in the “should be” pond, we miss all the opportunities to embrace what actually is, and make it the best it can be.⠀ ⠀ It’s not easy to let go of our strongest ideas of who we are. I get that. I’m still in mourning at the loss of my sky-high pumps.⠀ ⠀ But we can make baby steps. We can buy that one pair of flats that we could *maybe* get behind. We can try working one day a week without clients. We can try writing from our soul once a month. We can try an assistant on a small project to get a feel for how she works.⠀ ⠀ Every phase in business is about transition. Change is our constant companion, and can be embraced with curiosity and optimism.⠀ ⠀ Where are you getting stuck in “should be”?
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  • stephaniehayesbusinesscoach - STEPHANIE HAYES Business Coach @stephaniehayesbusinesscoach 20 hours ago
  • You GUYS! I get really, really excited when I find a business that is KILLING IT in their space. That has just figured it out. ⠀
One such business that I have had the recent pleasure of experiencing is @centrl_office. They are a coworking space that has opened several offices in Portland OR (where I travel monthly to meet with my favourite group of high end coaches). ⠀
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I mean, these guys have it dialled. And thank the Universe that someone finally has! Having been on the back end of the coworking world, and seen how difficult it can be to build and manage one of these businesses, I’m highly impressed with their model.⠀
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Every time I’ve called them up for a last minute drop in, they have accommodated me without any hesitation. Because they have anticipated the need and know their customer. ⠀
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Everything is easy. Booking is easy. Getting settled is easy. All the facilities you could possibly need are right there at your disposal (including beer on tap!). No extra fees, no weird policies.⠀
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And the people - the best! Friendly, accommodating, helpful, and they check in periodically to make sure you’re doing well. What’s more, they will happily book you in to another location if you need it in the future (hello, Hood River!). ⠀
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What can we learn from Centrl? ⠀
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👉 Know your customer. Anticipate their needs and prepare for what will make the biggest difference for them and their experience.⠀
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👉 Be easy to do business with. Dragging your customer through awkward processes and policies really affects their experience. Invest a little more in systems or help that can make that experience joyful.⠀
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👉 Be clear on who you are. Centrl is clearly dedicated to being a consistent and positive part of its customers’ work lives. They provide the same experience across all locations and all of their staff can then make the best decisions in the moment to uphold that vision.⠀
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👉 Invest where it matters. What are the things that will keep your brand strong? The things that mean the most to you and your customers, so double down on those.⠀
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Tag a business in the comments where you’ve had a similar experience. Let’s celebrate those who are doing it right! You GUYS! I get really, really excited when I find a business that is KILLING IT in their space. That has just figured it out. ⠀ One such business that I have had the recent pleasure of experiencing is @centrl_office. They are a coworking space that has opened several offices in Portland OR (where I travel monthly to meet with my favourite group of high end coaches). ⠀ ⠀ I mean, these guys have it dialled. And thank the Universe that someone finally has! Having been on the back end of the coworking world, and seen how difficult it can be to build and manage one of these businesses, I’m highly impressed with their model.⠀ ⠀ Every time I’ve called them up for a last minute drop in, they have accommodated me without any hesitation. Because they have anticipated the need and know their customer. ⠀ ⠀ Everything is easy. Booking is easy. Getting settled is easy. All the facilities you could possibly need are right there at your disposal (including beer on tap!). No extra fees, no weird policies.⠀ ⠀ And the people - the best! Friendly, accommodating, helpful, and they check in periodically to make sure you’re doing well. What’s more, they will happily book you in to another location if you need it in the future (hello, Hood River!). ⠀ ⠀ What can we learn from Centrl? ⠀ ⠀ 👉 Know your customer. Anticipate their needs and prepare for what will make the biggest difference for them and their experience.⠀ ⠀ 👉 Be easy to do business with. Dragging your customer through awkward processes and policies really affects their experience. Invest a little more in systems or help that can make that experience joyful.⠀ ⠀ 👉 Be clear on who you are. Centrl is clearly dedicated to being a consistent and positive part of its customers’ work lives. They provide the same experience across all locations and all of their staff can then make the best decisions in the moment to uphold that vision.⠀ ⠀ 👉 Invest where it matters. What are the things that will keep your brand strong? The things that mean the most to you and your customers, so double down on those.⠀ ⠀ Tag a business in the comments where you’ve had a similar experience. Let’s celebrate those who are doing it right!
  • You GUYS! I get really, really excited when I find a business that is KILLING IT in their space. That has just figured it out. ⠀ One such business that I have had the recent pleasure of experiencing is @centrl_office. They are a coworking space that has opened several offices in Portland OR (where I travel monthly to meet with my favourite group of high end coaches). ⠀ ⠀ I mean, these guys have it dialled. And thank the Universe that someone finally has! Having been on the back end of the coworking world, and seen how difficult it can be to build and manage one of these businesses, I’m highly impressed with their model.⠀ ⠀ Every time I’ve called them up for a last minute drop in, they have accommodated me without any hesitation. Because they have anticipated the need and know their customer. ⠀ ⠀ Everything is easy. Booking is easy. Getting settled is easy. All the facilities you could possibly need are right there at your disposal (including beer on tap!). No extra fees, no weird policies.⠀ ⠀ And the people - the best! Friendly, accommodating, helpful, and they check in periodically to make sure you’re doing well. What’s more, they will happily book you in to another location if you need it in the future (hello, Hood River!). ⠀ ⠀ What can we learn from Centrl? ⠀ ⠀ 👉 Know your customer. Anticipate their needs and prepare for what will make the biggest difference for them and their experience.⠀ ⠀ 👉 Be easy to do business with. Dragging your customer through awkward processes and policies really affects their experience. Invest a little more in systems or help that can make that experience joyful.⠀ ⠀ 👉 Be clear on who you are. Centrl is clearly dedicated to being a consistent and positive part of its customers’ work lives. They provide the same experience across all locations and all of their staff can then make the best decisions in the moment to uphold that vision.⠀ ⠀ 👉 Invest where it matters. What are the things that will keep your brand strong? The things that mean the most to you and your customers, so double down on those.⠀ ⠀ Tag a business in the comments where you’ve had a similar experience. Let’s celebrate those who are doing it right!
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