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Passion, Aggression & Toxicity in Business

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I had the honor of being a guest on the Getting Down to BusiNAS podcast last week! We talked about the importance of being passionate in your business, how to be forward in your marketing and selling without being aggressive with yourself or others and signs of toxicity in life and business.   Self awareness was paramount in our chat and it is a standard I hold myself to. It is the key. Passion in business is necessary but sometimes we want it so bad, that we develop habits and behaviors that hinder our success.  Listen in to the Getting Down to BusiNAS...

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Create with me!

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Come create a three tiered resin tray with me!   Shop this tray mold here Shop extra hardware here   Send me a message for custom requests. 

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From shark bait to bulletproof in life and business

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I felt like I was shark bait.  This little fish in a big ocean, treading water just waiting to be gobbled up alive. I was newly in business for myself and had no idea what I was doing.  None of us do! I decided I wanted to forge forward, but I knew I couldn't carry on feeling like that.  Listen in to my latest podcast interview on how I went from shark bait to bullet proof.   

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Is Fear The Boss Of You?

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Living our best lives means doing the things we really want to do. Doing the things we really want to do takes guts. Having guts takes courage, passion and tenacity.   I know you don't lack any of that, so why don't more of us go for it?   Because many of us are caught up the mundane. Many of us stopped believing more was possible. Many of us feel a burning desire for more with every fiber of our being, yet we still don't move.   Why you ask?   Fear.   Your particular flavor of fear may vary,...

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Build on Building, Stop Starting Over

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I was so tired of starting over. Can you relate? Launching new offers is supposed to be fun but I just felt overwhelmed and frustrated creating gaps between my offers. These gaps cost me all the momentum I had built instead of building on what I was building.  Since I am good at husting (oh hey default programming), that's what I did. Hustled to fill the gaps and make money thinking I am just not good at sales.  That just led to more overwhelm, more frustration, and eventually burnout.  I was ready for more. Ready to keep growing and scaling...

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