“When you are operating outside of your comfort zone just continue to trust the process because what’s meant for you won’t miss you.” – Meha Agrawal
Meha Agrawal is the Founder & CEO of Silk and Sonder, a self-care and mental wellness startup based out of San Francisco, CA. She launched a guided monthly planner and journal subscription service inspired by positive psychology and bullet journal techniques, that makes daily and proactive self-care more personalized, accessible, and actionable for women from the comfort of their homes. Prior to founding Silk and Sonder, Meha was a Software Engineer and Product Manager for Goldman Sachs, Stitch Fix, The Muse, and Fueled. She also advises women-led startups and is a founding member of Dreamers // Doers, The Wing, Lady Drinks, Female Founder Collective and other women’s groups. She splits her time between New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles and is excited to build a mental wellness brand that empowers women to be their authentic, best selves worldwide. The show notes are at https://thegoodlifecoach.com/046
- Why she left her world as a successful entrepreneur to launch her own company in her twenties.
- How she decided on the product and name for her company.
- What women need to know if they want go on their own, including the key mindset for success.
- What her journal provides and how it differs from the competition.
- Meha’s personal self-care habits.
- Why understanding your core values is key to creating a successful self-care habit.
- Spending 10-15 minutes a week on how you plan to honor those values.
- How she figured out projections? Margins are getting better and better as you scale. She didn’t wait for ideal customers before she quit. She knew she had money in the bank for the next 3-4 months.
- Her definition of self-care.
- Why women need to make their self-care a priority.
Meha’s 3 Best Tips for Living a Good Life:
- Figure out what routine what works for you
- Identify what your personal core values are and live in alignment with them
- Don’t seek out outer validation – seek out inner validation. It will be much more colorful and rewarding.
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