Lead Yourself - Mindset with Megan Maundrell
In today’s episode, we’ve invited Megan Maundrell. She’s a photographer that has dove extremely deep into that Mindset thing that everyone is always talking about. And it could not have been a better choice for her. I’m sure if you’ve gotten into the online/digital business world you’ve heard people say mindset this, mindset that. And if you’re anything like I was, you’re probably thinking “Okay yeah great, but when do we get to the tactics, when do we start talking about how to actually do this whole online biz thing”. Well, I’m here to tell you that mindset is one of THE most important things. It sets the playing field for everything you do day to day. So that’s why Megan is here to talk to us about the importance of mindset and how it can change your entire perspective of your business.
What you will learn:
[1:00] Meet Megan Maundrell
[1:59] Megan talks about her backstory and how she got to where she is today
[6:00] Megan talks about how to “lead yourself”. One of the techniques she talks about to really make the most of your business and even your personal life. “Think of yourself as a toddler, and lead yourself”
[7:30] April mentions that she can have a perfect schedule set up and still lose motivation to complete each task, and asks Megan how she can combat this and stay motivated. You need to build trust in yourself!
[9:18] April asks Megan when she realized she had to start focusing on her mindset in her photography business. When she had to make the “switch” to start focusing and perfecting her mindset towards her business. Megan talks about how to “lean into the tension” and not mute it or shut it out with distractions.
[10:47] April asks Megan for tips on how to follow through on tasks and goals you set for yourself.
[12:20] Megan and April talk about the “snowball effect” or “compound effect”, an incredible technique for building and maintaining momentum through your day to day tasks.
[13:50] Megan recommends the book: The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy. A book that explains how small incremental tasks build up into something huge and amazing over time.
[14:40] Megan is asked how applying these techniques has changed her work and personal life.
[15:40] 2 tips to prevent yourself from falling into unhealthy patterns in your day to day life.
[19:36] April asks Megan why she thinks mindset is important in any industry.
[21:07] How to get in touch with Megan. (Links below!!)
Connect With Megan Maundrell!