PP 638: Taking Care of Yourself IS Taking Care of Your Business with Hope Zvara
Quick Show Notes – Hope Zvara:
“If you want to get where you want to go, you have to recognize where you are, but then also recognize it’s not where you have to stay.” – Hope Zvara
Hope Zvara was at a business mixer in her town when a conversation with a stranger took an unexpected turn and changed Hope’s future.
Listen as Hope and Kim Sutton chat about entrepreneurship, self-care, action, work-life balance and more!
11:08 Part of the problem or part of the solution?
14:03 Overcoming her upbringing
16:38 Raising Your Zero
20:15 Getting uncomfortable with the uncomfortable
26:50 Looking forward and not giving up
32:34 Taking care of yourself
42:47 Be willing to do the work
Resources – Hope Zvara:
“What can we do to make a positive change? What can we do to better influence?” ~Hope Zvara
“You’re either part of the problem or you’re a part of the solution. Which one are you choosing right now?” ~Hope Zvara
“If you like that struggle so much, you probably won’t move farther than that struggle. We have to get uncomfortable with the uncomfortable.” ~Hope Zvara
“You have to continue to look forward. Keep your eyes on the prize. Remember that, if you’re stepping into something and you’re trying to be part of the solution, you have nothing to worry about.” ~Hope Zvara
“Are your actions matching those things? Are your actions matching up with your intentions, with being part of the solution and making a positive impact?” ~Hope Zvara
“If you want a successful business, there’s one ingredient that has to be in it — full-fledged, all the way — and that’s YOU.” ~Hope Zvara
“Taking care of the self is your entire business. You don’t have a business with you in it. It’s not your business then… Take care of yourself.” ~Hope Zvara
“I wasn’t part of the problem, I WAS the problem.” ~Kim Sutton
“Be willing to do the work.” ~Hope Zvara
“Just because you can do something, doesn’t mean you should.” ~Kim Sutton
“If you want to get where you want to go, you have to recognize where you are, but then also recognize it’s not where you have to stay.” ~Hope Zvara
“Is this short term sacrifice worth the long-term gain?” ~Kim Sutton
About Hope Zvara:
Hope Zvara is a motivational speaker and yoga instructor, and the owner of Mother Trucker Yoga.
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