Don’t Put Yourself on the Back Burner | Liz Nierzwicki

One of the most difficult things is to help people understand their true value.

This week I have a wonderful, wonderful female entrepreneur named Liz Nierzwicki. Not only does she have her own yoga studio, but she’s also a published author and speaker. Liz’s work is fueled by passion and self-love. She is a big believer that there is nothing you can’t do when you have passion and a focus. I really hope you can take Liz’s message to heart as she is living her dream.

Key Insights & Aha Moments

*What does Liz do? She’s a rockstar entrepreneur!

*Liz is also a single mother. She is currently raising a 13-year-old.

*Why did Liz leave corporate? She actually got fired. It was a blessing in disguise.

*Liz was burnt out during the first year of her business. She knew she had to make changes.

*A lot of entrepreneurs are self-taught because there are so many things that need to be done, especially if you’re on a bootstrap budget.

*Entrepreneurs need to get offline to connect with their audience.

*One-to-one coaching gets better results than course programs.

*We need accountability and an outside support system, because we sometimes get in our own way.

*What has been a big contributor to Liz’s success? She says being a single mother has helped her understand the key principles of entrepreneurship.

*People have a tough time understanding their own value. Don’t put yourself on the back burner.

*Liz took a year off from dating. She decided to focus on herself instead.

*You have to run fully towards yourself, if you don’t, you’re holding yourself back from your business.

*Smash through those ceilings!

*People try so many different things to be someone they’re not. Just show up as you.

*You don’t mess with energy! Listen to your vibes.

*No matter what, focus on your health. Make the commitment to love yourself.

*Your self-love shines and helps other people.

Maven Moment

Liz talks a lot about showing up for yourself, throughout the show, and that message really stood out to me. Honestly, I’m horrible at making time for myself, so how do I do it? Well, if it’s important to me, then I take the time to schedule it in my calendar. I schedule time to eat, learn, meditate, etc. This is the best way you can show up for yourself without losing track of all the little things in your day-to-day life. Don’t forget that you need love too, and you need to have a special space for that in your life.

Connect with Liz




Schedule time to eat. Schedule time to do mindset/meditation type of work. Schedule time to read and educate. #MakingtheMaven #podcast Click To Tweet


#Entrepreneurs are starting to know, understand, and realize that they've got to get offline and connect back with people. #MakingtheMaven #podcast Click To Tweet


You have to show up for yourself and your mission every single day, because nobody else is going to do it for you. #MakingtheMaven #podcast Click To Tweet