Episode 115 - Tips for Planning Your Solo Working Retreat
In January, I spent a weekend alone in a converted barn on the edge of the woods working hard on my business. I left feeling energized and focused with completed task list. So today friends, I am sharing with you the basics for how to plan your own solo working retreat in an effective and refreshing way. From what you should bring, never underestimate the importance of cozy slippers, to the need to set a pace and an intention, as well as how to structure your time. Listen in and start planning your own retreat, because let me tell you, it is so worth it!
How to choose the right location for your retreat and what to look for.
My packing list for my weekend away, from the clothes to crystals and more!
Why you should print out your task list and how to organize it.
How I turned a converted barn loft into a home away from home, but also a creative and effective office space
Don’t forget to have fun and what I watched on Netflix to relax at night
Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:
Airbnb (Vacation & Home Rentals)
Airbnb Savings Code (Use this link to save $40 off a home booking of $75 or more and $15 off an experience of $50 or more)
Asana (Project Management Tool)
Voxer (Walkie Talkie App for Team Communication)
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Amber Housley is a creative business and sweet life cultivator who founded her first business in 2007. Today, she's a Marketing Strategist for top creatives and influencers, producing hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue with her sales and launch strategies. Passionate about raising women to new heights, Amber shares her smart strategies with other women business owners through live and virtual trainings like the Flourish 5-day Marketing Plan Workshop and Inspired Retreat— an annual business gathering of women entrepreneurs. Her private Inspired Coterie Mastermind program is made for women want to run creative businesses efficiently, with joy, and without the expense of sacrificing family time.