You’ve finally created the program, product, or course you’ve been dreaming about. You’ve put yourself out there, revealed it to the world, sold it to your customers, and now you eagerly await their success. It can be so exciting. When you’ve put your heart and soul into creating a program or course, the best feedback
If you’ve been led to the well and choose not to drink, don’t get frustrated when you remain thirsty.
You’ve got a dream, goal, or desire. We all have them. And many of us have been shown the path to achieve that dream, goal, or desire. No matter if the path is free or paid, if we know how to get there and choose not to go there, we lose. We lose time. Sometimes
This is just the painful reality of being in business. You will run across all kinds of business owners on your entrepreneurial journey. And finding that perfect client or vendor can be really exciting. They bring promise to your business that can increase your profits and grow your capabilities. But when you encounter that business
I was recently reminded of this when I encountered a situation that really challenged me to check my own. One of those situations where you question someone’s gall to doubt your brilliance. One of those situations when you want to say, “Are you seriously talking to me about this?”, or, “You clearly don’t know who
Bring your energy, add your spin, and just go with it. It’s still business. Just your way of business.
To say the business game has changed in the last 5 years would be an understatement. People are doing any and everything in the name of being “in business.” And while it seems like the wild wild west out here in entrepreneurial land and social media spaces, it’s actually a beautiful thing. When I think
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