“I can’t care about all of these other people, and I can’t care about what I care about in this world if I’m not okay to contribute.”
-Dr. Arin Reeves
We have all dealt with bad clients, most of us probably still are. Losing clients can make us feel unsuccessful, like it is our fault for not being ‘good’ enough to fulfil their needs. But this way of thinking is incredibly damaging.
Sometimes a client just isn’t the right fit. Learning to be okay with that is the first step in building a business filled with clients you really care for, people you will fight for, to provide the best outcome every time.
If you are struggling to measure your success, to find a sense of belonging in what you do, and to set boundaries on your time and energy, then this is the episode for you.
In the first of a two-part series, our guest Dr. Arin Reeves, author, advisor, president and manager at Nextions, talks about the different ways men and women grow their networks and businesses, what the value of caring about your clients and yourself can bring and how to make those tough choices, that while scary, will free you to work with those that truly matter.
During this interview, you'll learn...
- The value of caring for yourself, so you can care for others
- How to make tough choices to free up your time & energy
- The importance of surrounding yourself with people that help you feel like you belong
Find out what Nextions can do for you here.
Learn more about Dr. Reeves at this link.
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1:45 - Getting to know Dr. Reeves
5:20 - What it means to belong
7:10 - How women grow their business
12:25 - The value of caring
21:20 - Tough choices create new spaces
26:30 - Different kinds of success