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IEP024: When Entrepreneurship Gets Hard

The last few months have been the hardest in my entrepreneurial journey. I’ve been in this game for over a decade, and for the most part, I’ve felt really in flow. Now, suddenly, at the time I’m investing in the biggest expansion of my team and business to date, I have felt incredibly challenged on so many levels. ⁣

What I thought was going to be a relatively clear-cut, rapid expansion that would lead to fast results, has become one of the most disruptive things I’ve ever done in my business. To the point where I’ve been questioning what I’m creating and why I’m doing this at all. ⁣

But, the lessons and up-leveling I’m gaining during this tough period are beyond what I could have achieved while I was cruising along in flow, with everything going my way all the time. ⁣

I’ve realised that authentic leadership is not about having it all together all the time. Authentic leadership is about showing up no matter what. Getting messy and being ok with things being really, really hard. ⁣

Today’s episode of The Intuitive Entrepreneur Podcast is just you and me. An intimate deep-dive into what’s been going on in my team and business, and how I’m navigating it all. ⁣

In this episode, you’ll hear about:

  • What authentic leadership is really about
  • ⁣The key questions to ask yourself when entrepreneurship gets hard
  • My Top 8 practices and support pillars for navigating tough times
  • How to maintain motivation and focus during challenges
  • The behind-the-scenes of the changes happening at Biddy Tarot and how the team are adapting


Much Love,

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About Brigit Esselmont

Brigit Esselmont is the author of the #1 Amazon best-selling books, The Ultimate Guide to Tarot Card Meanings, Everyday Tarot and the Biddy Tarot Planner. A professional Tarot reader for more than 20 years, Brigit founded Biddy Tarot in 1999, where each year over 8 million people (like you!) are inspired to live more mindful and enlightened lives, using the Tarot as a guide.

Brigit Esselmont