“Women need to believe in themselves and trust themselves. We have internalized so much misogyny. We have internalized so much doubt that’s projected on us that becomes self-doubt.”
— Judith Winfrey
Most of us don’t think beyond our own personal health and nutrition when it comes to the type of food we buy and where we buy it. But Judith sees the broader effects that choosing to support local farms can have on the economy and the environment. It’s no wonder she’s been able to achieve such longevity and success in business – a rare feat in the food industry.We talk about the unseen sacrifices that entrepreneurs make and how finding success as a Self-Made CEO® sometimes means letting go of expectations.
WHAT WE TACKLE IN THIS EPISODE:
- How surrounding yourself with the right people impacts your business
- How the entrepreneurial journey rarely ends up looking like we imagine it
- Why delegating can be one of the hardest (but most important) lessons to learn as a business owner
- Why the best leaders are those who put their own ego aside
- The stresses that come along with being a CEO that most employees and outsiders never see
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Sydia Bell is here to bring order to complicated lives as the owner of The Everyday Creative, a lifestyle studio and shop focused on simple living, personal process development, and organization. After earning a Master of Fine Arts from Savannah College of Art and Design, working with evolving businesses and within personal living environments, she recognized the value in identifying, designing and implementing creative solutions for daily living. With her cheerfully honest approach she guides individuals and families to intentionally create a home and lifestyle rooted in figuring out and getting them to where they want to be.