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154. Finding Fun and Self-Compassion in Building a Business with Jane Carter

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In this episode of The Private Practice Elevation Podcast, Daniel Fava had a conversation with Jane Carter, a therapist and business coach for solopreneurs. 


The episode focused on the importance of bringing fun and self-compassion into the process of building a business. 


While building a business can be hard and challenging, finding ways to make it fun is essential to avoid burnout and maintain motivation. 


Throughout the conversation, Jane and Daniel discussed the significance of self-awareness, reframing negative thoughts, and seeking support from others in navigating the ups and downs of entrepreneurship. 


The themes discussed in this conversation provide valuable insights and strategies for entrepreneurs to build successful businesses while maintaining their well-being and sense of self. 

Key Takeaways:


  • Building a business should be fun, as it helps solopreneurs avoid burnout and stay motivated.

  • Storytelling is an effective marketing strategy that can make business more engaging and enjoyable.

  • Solopreneurs should practice self-compassion and separate their own responsibility from unnecessary blame or shame.

  • Having a support system of friends, coaches, or therapists can provide empathy, reflection, and encouragement to solopreneurs.

  • Solopreneurs can reframe their stories and approach problems as leaders, taking ownership and finding solutions.


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