Today we’re diving into something that’s been on my mind lately: the power of pivoting in business and the beauty of community growth. Sometimes, you have to take a step back, breathe, and reassess where your Selfmade business is headed.


We’ve all been there—hustling hard, chasing those goals, and then suddenly, you hit a wall. You start to wonder, “Is this really what I want?” or “Could I be doing something that feels more ‘me’?” That’s when you know it’s time for a pivot.

Pivoting doesn’t mean you failed; it means you are adaptable. It’s similar to being in a relationship with your business, and sometimes, you have to spice things up to keep the love alive. So, if you’re feeling that itch to switch gears, listen to it. Your gut usually knows what’s up.

Pivoting In Your Online Business


Now, let’s talk about taking things slow. In a world that’s obsessed with hustle culture, slowing down can feel like a sin. But here’s the tea: it’s not. Slowing down allows you to be more intentional, to savor the journey, and to make room for things that truly matter. It’s like choosing to walk through a beautiful garden instead of sprinting past it. You get to smell the flowers, my friend.


So, what if you have decided to pivot and take things slow. What’s next? Building a community. Trust me, there’s something magical about finding your tribe—people who get you, support you, and cheer for you even when you’re just celebrating small wins.

Community growth isn’t just about numbers; it’s about connections. It’s about creating a space where everyone feels seen and heard. And the best part? When you focus on community building, success often follows. Because let’s be real, who wants to go on this crazy entrepreneurial journey alone?


Speaking of community, I’ve got something super exciting to share. If you’re a first-time DIY solopreneur looking to build your personal brand or online business, I’ve got just the place for you. I launched a free community that’s all about empowering you to be your most authentic self in the business world. It’s a safe space to share ideas, ask questions, and get the support you need to shine bright like the diamond you are. So, if that sounds like your jam, slide into my DMs, and let’s make magic happen.


So there you have it, folks. Pivoting your business and focusing on community growth isn’t just a strategy; it’s a lifestyle. It’s about embracing change, taking things slow, and finding your tribe. And who knows, maybe this pivot could be the best thing that ever happened to you.