Inspiration: December 6

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Inspiration: December 6 >> Life In Limbo

The most inspiring thing I did this week was join Wandering Aimfully!! I am such a huge fan of Jason & Caroline and how they run their business, and already (just one week in!) I’ve gotten an incredible amount of value from my membership. And I’ve only scratched the surface! (I also love Jason’s reading list and plan to make one of my own)

After a tough entrepreneur week last week, this letter from Paul Jarvis gave me a lot to think about. Such a good reminder that entrepreneurial life is hard, entrepreneurs are human beings and that you should treat them with respect.

Through the WAIM Slack group, I also discovered this amazing Duolingo case study – such a fascinating look into what makes a good user experience!

Putting together this slideshow made me feel so emotional as I celebrate one year of my group strategy program!

Over on my business blog, I wrote about my favourite strategies for making big decisions.


We’ve had a super wintery week here in Toronto which has meant insulating my windows, drinking copious amounts of tea, going to cozy house concerts, hanging up Christmas decorations and fairy lights, and staying inside with my space heater. Oh, and I’m getting back into knitting which is lots of fun! It’s also been fun to dive into a new community of entrepreneurs (see above), play with my new phone holder (so I can do Instagram stories more easily!) and diffuse my new holiday essential oil blend. So festive around here! This weekend I’m going to a workshop, an author talk, and a baby shower. Lots of activity! I hope you have a wonderful weekend too. xo.

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