coming back from her lowest point.


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What would you do if you were vulnerable with someone you trust, and that person used it against you? For Stacy, that is exactly what happened. What she did next was begin a journey of self discovery and healing. She leaned inward. She took up space where she needed. She got help from a coach and therapist. And she let her people know she needed time to process the changes that came shortly after her lowest point and to face her own demons, forgive and heal herself.

In this episode I am with my friend Stacy Orndorff, owner of Coffee and Nosh. We discuss what she felt like at her lowest point to being excited in her business again. She walks us through her personal journey of reinvention, self discovery and finding joy while expanding the business after putting it up for sale.

In this episode, we discuss…

  1. [6:45] her lowest point, her world was rocked.
  2. [8:19] the dream job wasn’t so dreamy.
  3. [12:30] how she showed up and just did it.
  4. [15:15] healing and the decision to sell the business.
  5. [21:06] how she got an investor and kept the business.
  6. [23:00] the business plan for the future.
  7. [24:44] her definition of strength through the ability to feel vulnerable.
  8. [29:20] doing what you wanna do – no justification, no defense, no explanation.

Stacy’s top 4 book recommendations:
1] Rework by Jason Friend and David Heinemeier Hansson [Founders of Basecamp]
2] Tribes by Seth Godin
3} Strength Finders 2.0 by Tom Rath
4] Untamed by Glennon Doyle

You can connect with Stacy and her team on Facebook, Instagram or TikTok @coffee.nosh.

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Becca Feauto

Becca wants to live in a world where emails are short, love letters still exist and every “thank you” note is scribbled by hand.