SDH110: Forget The Haters a candid conversation with Ariel Hyatt
Do you ever feel like you spend so much time and energy focusing on the negative things people have to say about your work online? There may be a thousand positive comments about your entrepreneurial service or product, but the few negative ones are the ones you think about at night. At the same time, you are also faced with trying to be nice and liked by people.
But there is a time when you don't have to be nice.
There is a time when you have to forget the haters and be the lady boss you are meant to be.
Today's guest, Ariel Hyatt, has faced the haters and forgotten them. Ariel is the CEO and founder of cyberprmusic, author of 4 books, crowd funding coach, and a teacher and speaker. In today's episode she shares what she has learned on her boss entrepreneurial journey.
In this episode you will...
Identify the changes in PR
Listen to Ariel's lessons she learned about growth & reaching maximum capacity
Realize the importance of consistent content
Develop how to stay organized with shifting technologies
Enrich your relationship with 'nice' and understand why you don't always have to be nice
Hear Ariel's bad decisions and how she overcame them
She Did It Her Way Facebook
"So Good They Can't Ignore You" by Cal Newport
"Creating a Charmed Life" by Victoria Moran
"Crowd Start" by Ariel Hyatt
“Most entrepreneurs have a role model in their families, mostly their fathers but in my case my mother, of people that have done it before them so there’s less fear.”-Ariel Hyatt
“It’s very important to understand contacts, relationships and building them, so if you have a job that you leave, you get to take those relationships with you, whether or not you’re fired or you choose to move on.”-Ariel Hyatt
“For many of us, good is good enough and medium is a good size for a company.”-Ariel Hyatt
“I was not happy when I was at maximum capacity, grossing over a million dollars a year, because I was exhausted all of the time.”- Ariel Hyatt
“I cut out all the things that give me joy, because I was so busy building the company. In the end, I realized that it was not making me happy and I purposely scaled back.”- Ariel Hyatt
“You have to change what your vision and your purpose is as your company ages.”-Ariel Hyatt
“It’s all about processes and being organized, because if your team doesn’t know how to approach the things that you do in a systematic effective way you’re not going to go very far.”-Ariel Hyatt
“I think women especially, have a different relationship with ‘nice’ than men have… it was a lesson to learn that I can say ‘no’ I don’t have to be nice all the time.”- Ariel Hyatt
“Women succeed more than men in crowd funding. The reason why, is women are not afraid to ask as much as men are.”- Ariel Hyatt
“Don’t waste your energy, don’t waste your time, focusing on the one person that doesn’t like it because you can find , twenty, thirty, a hundred, in my case thousands of people that like it.”-Ariel Hyatt