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EP 253: Discovering The Joy of Missing Out With Inkwell Press Founder Tonya Dalton

47 minutes

Our self-talk keeps us on the edge, always wondering if we're good enough, smart enough, or tough enough.

Tonya Dalton would like us to know there's another way. In fact, Tonya has worked hard to rewrite her own stories, clean up her own self-talk, and embrace the joy of missing out.

Tonya Dalton is the author of The Joy of Missing Out and the founder of Inkwell Press. She's also the host of the hit podcast, The Productivity Paradox.

I wanted to talk with Tonya about how embracing the joy of missing out has transformed her own self-talk as an entrepreneur. We chat about the glorification of busy in today's culture, the litmus tests we subject ourselves to, how we can rewrite stories that aren't serving us, and how Tonya actively chooses what she wants to miss out on so she can embrace more of what she really wants out of life and business.

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