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Around this time of year — when we’ve kicked off Q3, and are on our way out of summer and into the “busy season” of fall — I start thinking a lot about money and abundance. After all, we became entrepreneurs to change the world, and make money while we do it, right? Each and […]




How to Plan for Q3 — Brilliantly




Pinch me — is it Q3 already?! It feels like just last week I was dorkily dishing on my favorite ways to plan for Q2 — and now we’re more than halfway through the year, and it’s time to get yourself set up for another incredible quarter. I have to admit: It’s been such an […]




Dear Natalie: How Do I Build my Community?




Hello, and welcome to another episode of Dear Natalie, a new series where I’m answering your biggest, burning questions about business and life — and everything in between. This series is close to my heart because it’s so important to me that I speak directly to you about any challenges you may be facing in […]




What’s on Your NEVER List?




We’re back with another episode of Dear Natalie, where you ask me your biggest, burning questions about life, business, happiness, and everything in between, and I answer them in videos right here on the blog. This week, we have another awesome question — this time from the lovely Trish: Dear Natalie, As my business grows, […]




Dear Natalie: What’s Your #1 Daily Routine?




At last: The big day’s finally here! I’m so excited to present you with the first of my brand new video series: Dear Natalie, where you and your fellow readers can ask me absolutely anything about life, business, wellness, and more. (Also: I’m in my new apartment in the video! Isn’t it beautiful?) This first […]




4 Of My Blog Posts That Taught Me Big Lessons




To me, the most wonderful thing about new beginnings is that they’re a chance to look forward to where I’m going, and back at where I’ve been. You might’ve noticed — especially with The Reflection Series we wrapped a couple of weeks ago, and in the “What’s still true for you?” segment of my recent […]




My White Hot Truth… and an Interview with Danielle LaPorte




If you’ve been following my recent reflection series here at She Takes On The World, you’ve already read about some of the major shifts happening since I settled into our new headquarters in LA — a couple of thousand miles and one green card away from where my journey first began in Ontario, Canada. If […]




When Alignment Hurts Like Hell




You’ve returned! And so have I. Welcome back for Part 3 of The Reflection Series. I’m so excited to be continuing this story for you, and chronicling my journey from the past few years that’s now paving the way for the all-new She Takes on the World that’s coming soon. Haven’t taken a look at […]




Feeling Called to Take a Leap? A Personal Story About Answering the Call




Have you ever had a moment in your life when you felt it was time to take a huge leap, and get on the path to something bigger? Something that may not have made total sense at the time… but somehow felt right? Keep in mind, when I say “huge leap”, I’m talking about major […]




12 Questions For You To Answer At The Start Of A New Quarter




Want to know one of my favorite parts of getting through the first quarter of the year? Starting Q2, a.k.a. my favorite quarter (yep, I have a favorite!). I’m taking Q2 to dream about what’s next our my business, finish our new website (I can’t wait for this!), and plan for our busy Q4. To […]




Superhuman Health Recap! (And a little confession.)




A few weeks ago we wrapped up my Superhuman Entrepreneur series, where I sat down with my personal team of doctors, and dished the details on my road back to health after burnout. However, as the saying goes, though: All things must come to an end. That’s why I wanted to take some time to […]




Eat Your Way to a Happier, More Productive Day




Welcome to the 5th and final episode of Superhuman Entrepreneur, a video series on She Takes on the World TV where I’m interviewing my fantasy team of doctors who help me stay energized and healthy – mind, body, and soul – even when things are crazy in my business. (Haven’t checked out the rest of the […]




Idea to Empire: Where It All Began For Marie Forleo




It’s easy to look at super successful entrepreneurs and people doing big things in the world and feel like you’re really far behind. But the truth is, we all start somewhere and those early days are far from glamorous. For my friend Marie Forleo, her multi-million dollar empire began with the realization that she wanted […]




How to Avoid Overachiever Burnout




One of the things I’m most proud of as an entrepreneur is my ability to really go hard after, and achieve, my goals. But (surprise surprise) that’s a mixed blessing. It turns out my ability to push myself at high levels can result in some serious repercussions for my health! Can you relate? For example, […]




5 Easy Tools to Break Tough Patterns




OK, you got me. I can’t hold it in any longer. I have to gush about something for a sec: I’m so grateful that I get to spend so much of my time helping people all over the world (like you) achieve their goals. I know — it sounds pretty nerdy (and it is) but […]




Hit your goals faster with these two priceless tools




As I’m sure you know by now – whether you’ve joined me inside the FREE Goal Standard Challenge with Entrepreneur Magazine or not –  a big part of setting and achieving your goals involves keeping your eyes on the prize, and moving forward. However, if you find you’re only looking in one direction through the […]




3 Actionables to Supercharge Your Ability to Achieve Big Goals




If you haven’t heard the buzz yet, I have some phenomenal news: Last week The Goal Standard, my new collaboration with Entrepreneur Magazine, launched — and I’m absolutely over-the-moon-and-stars to be a part of it! It’s a totally FREE five-week program designed to help you sprint toward a big goal, and turn 2017 into your […]




It’s a Mistake to “Be Yourself” in Your Online Videos




Do sweat the small stuff if you are fronting your own online videos – its your face out there representing your personal/business brand. Which is why making a great first impression is crucial (when it comes to a google search).







The Opposite of Safe is Creative




No one aspires to be boring. No one wakes up in the morning and thinks, “Today, I’m going to do my best to be average. I’m going to fly under the radar, blend in, and be ordinary.” And yet, this is what most of us do, day in and day out. We bide our time, […]




How to Find the Best PR Firm for Your Your Business




  Most small business owners know that working with a public relations firm can be an effective way to raise awareness for their business. Retaining a public relations firm can be more valuable and cost-effective than advertising. When a third party like a media outlet endorses your business, it can build credibility, as potential customers […]




Are You Afraid Someone Will Say No?




Are you afraid of asking? I’m talking about asking another person for the essential things your business needs.  Things like warm referrals, glowing testimonials or a cycle of steady sales from new and existing clients.  And, of course, asking for your right price. Let me ask you something.  If you don’t already have what you want […]




The Importance of a Healthy Lifestyle for the Female Entrepreneur




Running a healthy business is vital to its success right? Well living a healthy lifestyle is also vital to your business success!  Being an entrepreneur can help you reap so many rewards but neglecting your health can often have a negative effect on your body and your business. Entrepreneurs who lead a healthy lifestyle tend to […]




Entrepreneurship is the New Women’s Movement




Back in January I started working on a little piece about the growing movement of women starting businesses. That “little” piece kept growing as I gathered more stats and quotes and listened to women entrepreneurs from all over the place tell me their stories following the release of my book. Forbes published the piece on […]




Headed in the Wrong Direction? It’s Time to Pivot




  I want to let you in on a secret. It’s a little known fact, so be careful who you share it with. We entrepreneurs, rarely, if ever, do we get this whole business thing right the first time. Shocking, I know. More often than not, entrepreneurs run head-on into a brick wall of unknowns. […]




3 Tips for Putting the “Social” into a Workplace Social




Last summer, I threw a mixer at the headquarters of the company I own for entrepreneurs and business owners to gather at for some meeting and greeting. It turned out to be such a success that I decided to do it again this year. With the invitations already sent out, the drinks and food ordered, […]




5 Empowering Words for Women




  As we wrestle with life’s challenges, gain new awareness, and learn more about ourselves, words can take on new, deeper meanings.  Words like forgiveness, love, boundaries, and joy, become attached to personal experiences that make them rich and meaningful. Mary Cox Garner, author of The Hidden Souls of Words:  Keys to Transformation Through the […]




Be Your Own Renaissance Woman




It’s 2011 and women are still fighting for their voices to be heard in the workforce. I cannot believe I just wrote that sentence. The New Zealand Herald recently reported that Avivah Wittenbert-Cox, an international expert on gender balance and best-selling author is fighting the good and all too familiar fight for female equality in […]




4 Quick Tips to Effectively Handle Change




Image courtesy of Shutterstock As an entrepreneur, you should be willing to embrace change. Effectively handling change can be sometime difficult, especially if you weren’t expecting it. How well do you handle change? The most successful entrepreneurs not only embrace change, they actively seek it out knowing that greater fulfillment, success and growth is obtained […]




10 Books That Will Change Your Life




Looking for inspiration, words of encouragement, career advice or just a great read? Here are 10 of She Takes on the World’s top 10 books to read!







Creativity is Just a Coffee Shop Away




Image courtesy of Shutterstock As much as I love working from my home office (working in your pajamas has its perks), there are times when I simply can’t do it. I don’t know if it’s the fact that I can see our backyard pool from my office window, but there are just times when I […]




The Name Game: Did You Say “I Do” to a Name Change?




Image courtesy of Shutterstock A recent article in the Globe and Mail has me considering a moral quandary. In it, Wency Leung reports on a new study that suggests women who take their husband’s last name are regarded as less competent and less ambitious. The study, which was broken into four parts, shows that women […]