The Juicery Blog

Lost in Fraught

Handling work and holidays leaving you “lost in fraught” lately? It’s an expression that resonates deeply with us as entrepreneurs. We often find ourselves tangled in the complexities of our daily grind, from managing cash flow to leading teams, juggling family dynamics, and everything else in between. We’re often bombarded with problems that demand our…

Beyond Shame & Imposter Syndrome: Your Strength

“Face your deficiencies and acknowledge them; let them teach you patience, sweetness, insight. But do not let them master you.” – Helen Keller This powerful reminder from Helen Keller resonates deeply with the path we’re on as women entrepreneurs. I recently attended a workshop by Natalie Bell with Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) Los Angeles, focusing on…

Wonder Twin Powers, Activate!

I recently attended an inspiring Pollyanna conference at Harvard-Westlake, where Rev. Natosha Reid Rice gave a powerful keynote on finding the strength to keep pushing for change, even when we feel tired and weary. As an entrepreneur, this really resonated with me. Rev. Rice acknowledged that doing powerful, innovative work can be exhausting, asking the room: “Anybody…

10,000 Joys and 10,000 Sorrows: Thoughts for Tumultuous Times

This past Saturday, for me was filled with immense joy celebrating with my husband and teen daughters at Harvard-Westlake’s Homecoming. As we connected as a community in Studio City, CA – teens at a festival in Israel were being viciously killed. Since the eruption of violence, I’ve been contemplating a lot about the concept of…

Success is Spacious: Reimagining Entrepreneurial Success

Entrepreneurship is often thought of as crushing your KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) and making those monumental milestones—be it landing your first recurring client, scaling up just so we can feel good about ourselves, or secretly blasting past competitors.  But what if we take a step back and consider a broader, more spacious concept of success?…

Focus to Fruition: The Invisible Thread Between Intention and Reality

“Deep work is the ability to focus without distraction on a cognitively demanding task.”  –Cal Newport As you read this, I invite you to take a moment. Let’s take a gentle pause. Feel your feet on the ground and acknowledge the seat beneath you. You’re here, and for the next few minutes, let’s explore the…