Natalie Ellis, CEO and co-founder of bossbabe, joins Lindsey and I to talk all about the transitional seasons of life and business. We look back on times when we had the courage to change course and explore new ideas, even when people around us didn’t fully validate those decisions. We also share ways that you can support yourself during a pivot and bolster your mindset to stretch into that upgraded version of yourself.
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(0:27) Welcome back to Earn Your Happy. Today, Lori is joined by Lindsey Schwartz and Natalie Ellis for another Living Room Session episode.
(3:42) Lori introduces today’s topic: redefining pivots.
(5:10) Lori asks Lindsey, “What does pivoting mean to you? Does that feel really scary to you anymore?”
(6:39) Lori asks Natalie, “What does pivoting mean to you?”
(12:33) Lindsey asks Natalie, “I wouldn’t have wished this journey to go any faster than it’s gone because of who I got to become in the process. How do you feel about that?”
(15:09) Lori asks Natalie, “Can you tell me about a lesson from a pivot that you’ve loved or something that was really hard?”
(20:25) Lori asks Natalie, “Did you ever feel like you were losing your credibility?”
(23:16) Lindsey looks back on when she chose to walk away from a lucrative career because she knew she was called to pursue Powerhouse Women.
(29:52) Lori, Lindsey, and Natalie reflect on experiences from transitional periods in their careers.
(46:47) Lori asks Natlaie, “When you were pivoting, was there money involved?”