“If I’m doing something that I know is uncomfortable, I have to get to the heart of what that uncomfortableness is for me.”
— Julia Toothacre
Is it possible to find a new way to work: one that feels easier, less stressful, and more natural?
The answer is yes — but first, you have to take a good, honest look at yourself.
My guest, Julia Toothacre, is a career strategist, coach, host of the Ride the Tide podcast, and mom to a toddler. She helps her clients develop action plans to take the steps necessary to get them where they want to go.
And a big part of creating a realistic path for your life and developing attainable goals is understanding your strengths — and getting in touch with your own unique approach to work.
This episode is all about self-assessment, a powerful tool which identifies and honours the ways and times you work best!
Introverted entrepreneurs will find impactful insights on how to leverage their unique strengths in order to advance in their careers, grow their businesses, and approach their tasks with more energy and positivity, completely in alignment with who they truly are.
You’ll definitely want to catch this episode if you’re ready to work smarter, not harder!
In this episode, you’ll discover:
About Julia Toothacre: Julia Toothacre is a career coach and strategist who has worked with hundreds of clients to help them find clarity in their career path. She is the host of the Ride the Tide Collective business podcast.
00:01 Behind the replay
01:20 Meet Julia Toothacre
04:04 Identifying high and low energy activities
06:45 Working with boundaries
10:12 Identifying your strengths
15:16 Know all aspects of your business
16:16 Explore your discomfort
19:19 Look to the past
22:07 Do the work
23:13 Give yourself grace
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