You can do SO much more during your day if you knew HOW to wake up early…and how to keep getting up early.
If you’re an idealist – ENFP, INFP, INFJ, ENFJ personality type – and you work for yourself, some clients are better for you than others. What are the traits of the BEST clients for idealists?
You know I love you my fellow ENFPs, but I have to tell you straight up: put up or shut up! Taking action to actually DO something might be one of the great ENFP struggles, but might really be the right road to ENFP success.
We are literally oversaturated with choice and this can be especially hard on the ENFP personality type. ENFPs see potential that other people miss and often hesitate to say no because we get excited with infinite possibilities on our way.
If you’re on the fence, but can’t make the leap towards being self-employed YET, I hope these 5 things I just LOVE about working for myself will inspire you to join me!
If you’re an empath, most likely ENFP, INFP, or INFJ, and consider yourself confident or at least you’re working on being more confident and liking yourself, how do you handle being judged for believing in yourself and maybe even misjudged for being arrogant?
If you work for yourself as a Freelancer, Coach, or Consultant, or have thought about taking the leap, then in this podcast I’d like to invite you to consider The Free Freelancer.
As ENFPs, we crave freedom and variety, so freelancing can be a PERFECT ENFP career fit. Why is it then that many ENFPs struggle with working for themselves? How can you have LOTS of success at freelancing and escape the dread of 9-5 FOREVER?