Today on Entrepreneurial Outlaws Jenna Teague and Ashley Looker from the Middle Finger Project are joining me to talk about where outlaw meets perfectionism. This is a big mic drop conversation that is going to propel you into some serious action. We’re talking about when perfectionism starts and how to break the patterns that have stemmed from it, getting more in touch with your outlaw side, and why it’s important to highlight your authentic self in business.
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Welcome to this week’s episode of Entrepreneurial Outlaws. We have a really hot conversation this week. It is a necessary conversation, it’s relevant, it’s timely, it’s something I have certainly felt in the past six or seven weeks. I know I’m not the only one feeling this way too because I’ve had this conversation with a number of clients, friends, and peers. We’re going to be talking about how we as content creators, as business owners, as empaths, how do we create content for Instagram without adding to the noise?
Hey Outlaws, I have a question and it doesn’t have to be rhetorical– why do you create content? I think that’s a really interesting conversation to start because maybe you create content to build connections with your audience, your community. Maybe you create content to teach or educate other people to inspire, to communicate, to help others. But ultimately we all create content to be of use to other people, to advertise our skills, to build a brand and a business so that people who need our help can find us. Then, they ultimately make the decision whether or not they’re going to exchange money for our services or products. That is why we create content.