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How to Stop Worrying About the Next Thing

Today’s question is:

“How do you coast when things are going well in business and not feel like the Earth is going to fall out of the sky? By that I mean, how do you enjoy the level you’re at if you’re making the money, paying the bills, et cetera?

It always feels like there’s another level to get to, or another thing to do. And I guess there’s an anxiety that if you’re not working on the next thing, you’re not taking your business seriously, or you’re not going to be a success.”

Listen now:

In this week’s episode, we address a really juicy question that sits right at the heart of what it means to run your own business. How do you give yourself permission to slow down and enjoy where you’re at rather than constantly reaching for what’s next?

In this episode:

  • Hitting a wall and not knowing how to move forward. 2:30
  • Coping with the “feast or famine” anxiety. 4:40
  • Shifting gears to take control of your own time. 6:00
  • Remembering why you started your business. 9:50
  • The problem within marketing. 11:40
  • Building in time for yourself. 12:55
  • The Mirror Journal as a reflective tool. 14:40

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About Business Badassery

Amy’s a conversion copywriter, business coach and serial business owner who’s been reading advice columns since she was nine. With decades of business experience, she’s gotten very good at quickly reading situations and coming up with solutions – especially on the fly. You can find her at

Kirsty’s a launch copywriter and ex-psychotherapist, who’s smack bang in the middle of scaling her business with online courses. She’s good at making sense of human tendencies, selling things with words, and only following the work that feels good. You can find her at

“Amy and Kirsty are wonderful, wise and witty!

I already push myself hard enough so I'm not interested in working with coaches that are going to "crack the whip" and "kick my arse".

Kirsty and Amy both have a gently challenging coaching style. I always left sessions feeling validated, smart and capable but with a clear idea of how to make things even betterer.”

Anna Rogan
Creative Copywriter

“Kirsty seems to have this ability to see things that aren't being said. And then she brings them to light in such a nurturing way. 

Amy is direct AND caring all at the same time. It makes it easier for me to get to the point cause I know you'll get to the point when you ask about the things you need more info on.

Together — I love that neither of them hold back when their opinion/suggestion/perspective differs from the other's. It just makes it all so much more valuable. 

Also, they’re both so genuine, warm, smart and hilarious. Those 'good' traits just compound when you put the two of them together, ya know?

Miish Grixti
Conversion Copywriter

“All I'd ever heard about Amy was that she's a great coach. Welp, she's a great coach. Knows the right questions to ask to get through the bullshit and get to the root issue.

And my sweet, sweet Kirsty. Using all of her best therapy tricks to keep us moving forward. And making us feel loved :)

Together? Stop. So good. I have never felt so supported. 

I think the value in coaching is having someone hold a bigger vision for you than you can see yourself. So having TWO of you hold that for me was extremely motivating.”

Megan Baird
Email Copywriter