What do you really want? is a weekly conversation to help you enjoy your work.
This week the negative impacts of social media came up in 3 separate conversations.
Here are some things I heard:
“It makes me jealous to see the success of [this person] and I feel like I’ll never make it.”
“Social media feels more and more like TV commercials. I’m constantly being told about things I ‘need to buy’ to be happy.”
“Am I the only one struggling with this?”
“The Good Mom pressure is really intense.”
Maybe you or someone you know has experienced similar doubts when spinning in cycles of negative comparison on social media. I invite you to ask yourself today (and every week):
Who do I follow on social media that makes my life better?
If you follow anyone that makes you feel sad, angry, inferior, depressed, etc. unfollow.
Life is too short to let others write the script for our life.
Respond and let me know how this simple exercise went for you.
I’m excited to share a new way my company, Sprintwell, is helping people prototype and launch products that succeed. To date we’ve focused on helping large companies make big changes successfully using small experiments. Now we’re offering our entire sprint system in a way that works best for founders and smaller companies.
We’re launching Sprintwell Entrepreneur coaching program starting June 1.
What it is. It’s a 6-week program designed to help anyone better prototype and make sure they are building the right things. When launching something new it’s easy and common to waste time, money, and energy trying to figure out the best path forward. The program includes:
Comprehensive playbooks detailing everything you need to inform your strategy, sketch out your idea, and get a committed, paying customer even before you build a product.
Group coaching to answer your specific questions.
A supportive, engaged community of fellow innovators you can turn to for advice, feedback, and encouragement.
If you know someone who could benefit from this coaching program, I’d be happy to connect with them to see if they would be right for the remaining spots.