Biggest 2022 Podcast Takeaways Pt. 3 [...]
In this week’s episode of They Don’t Teach This in Business School Michelle O’Connor of O’Connor Insurance Associates speaks with Julie about constant growth mode, burnout, and core values. Michelle started her business in 2000 and has been in growth mode ever since. Listen in to find out which core value is Michelle’s favorite and how she instills core values in her day-to-day business. Julie and Michelle also chat about the importance of setting boundaries at work and one surprising way to prevent burnout.
Making space to work on those big-picture, strategic initiatives is not only about time. You can make space without changing your calendar. In this episode, Julie shares ways to make space for those strategic items without having to rearrange your entire calendar. Discover ideas around making both physical space and energy space that can facilitate that strategic work that’s often pushed aside.
In America this week, we celebrate Thanksgiving. On today’s episode, Julie has a question for you. What are you thankful for? Now is the time of year when many of us reflect on the past year. The wins and losses, highs and lows. For the past two years, around this time, Julie has released a podcast episode that recounts what she's thankful for. But this year – Julie wants YOU to make that list.
In this episode, Julie humbly asks you to support her vision of helping one million business owners by 2032. We need allies. We need financial support to continue producing this content. Please consider being an ally and support this vision of helping business owners. Tune in for why this is so important.
McIntosh served eight years as an Officer in the United States Navy before moving home to Nashville in 2009 to follow his passion for entrepreneurship. Julie and Scott chat about burnout, not missing life, and the role passion plays in business. Don't miss hearing about Scott's highest-impact activity and what type of class he would teach in business school.