Jill Stanton is the co-founder of Screw the Nine to Five—her (and her husband, Josh’s) little corner of the web where they help unsatisfied 9-to-5’ers create online businesses that light them up inside.
- Jill discussed how her childhood dream was to be TV host and then discovered she would rather work for herself.
- Jill describes her time being a bartender. (And wonders how she managed to do it for 10 years)
- The ladies discuss bull-riding and southern accents.
- Jill talks about how her business with her husband, Screw the Nine to Five, started and the Screw U community.
- “Doing Less Better” – Jill
- Jaclyn discusses being a member of the Screw U group and how that has been beneficial to her.
- Jill talks about how it is beneficial to have a community to surround business owners with others that also want to run their own businesses.
- Jill talks about how developing great friendships help them build business relationship and their friends call them out bad things.
- Jessica, Jaclyn and Jill talk about “cave days” and how they motivate themselves to get work finished when it really needs to be completed.
- Jill talks about how it is necessary to occasionally take “cave days” and not run yourself ragged.
- “Mama needs a cave day!” – Jill
- The girls discuss Josh, Jill’s husband, and his Australian accent.
- Jill discusses how Slack is important to her business.
- Jill feels like community, the ability to move around (travel and work) and building her dream with her husband are the things that she loves about her job.
- It is important that partners in business has complementary skills to your own.
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