i027 Jenn Scalia – Turn Off Distractions To Focus On Your Strengths

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Growth attained from putting yourself out there is definitely a theme on the Off the Charts podcast. In this episode, we hear from Jenn Scalia who shares her top tips for showing up more confidently online.

The first step, of course, centers on turning off the distractions that can get in the way of your success. All of the daily noise generated from notifications, newsletters, emails, etc., has to be set aside. After all, the more we get lost in the “details,” the less energy we have for the projects that will actually move our business forward!

It’s so important to weed through the noise efficiently!  That could mean anything from creating inbox filters to having a team member take over your inbox entirely … whatever works to free up your brain so you can work on the other important things that have to get done.

In this interview, Jenn Scalia also shares that the step after eliminating distractions consists of playing to your strengths.

In other words, you need to discover your strong points – the things that can totally skyrocket you.  A good question to ask yourself here is: what can I do with my eyes closed?

If you’re not sure, create a list of the things that you like to do, get paid to do, or know you’re really good at.  You can also ask your friends, since a third-person perspective can be really revealing. Peer collaborations like this are essential to your success as an entrepreneur.

I really like the treasures that Jenn shares in this interview – she definitely hits on a lot of the key points that business owners like ourselves should be focusing on.


More about Jenn Scalia

Jenn Scalia is a visibility strategist for entrepreneurs who want to make an impact. This self professed introvert and single mom went from rock bottom to creating a multi 6-­figure business.

Known for her tough love, no­-B.S. style, Jenn helps entrepreneurs overhaul their biggest fears and empowers them to share their message with the world.

 

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