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      Today, I realized that I made an entrepreneurial mistake, one that created a setback (monetary, time, and some ego too). There’s no doubt about it: Being an entrepreneur has its ups and downs. Today, I experienced one of the entrepreneurial downs. When I realized the magnitude of my mistake, I ended up dwelling on the mistake way too long.

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  • #183: How to Create Your Promotional Calendar (The New Year Planning Episode)

    … Biggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss: Time to hit the ground running for your 2018 planning. And I mean starting TODAY. This episode is meant to be your goal-setting workshop in a box—I’ve got everything you need to plan for 2018: How to do it, the questions to ask, and plenty of examples to […] The post #183: How to Create Your Promotional…

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  • #180: 7 Ways I’ve Collaborated with Friends & Influencers to Increase Profits

    … Biggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss: On today’s episode I’m going to walk you through seven collaborations that I’ve done over the years that range from my very first time collaborating, and even feeling a little shy (but learning so much!) all the way to collaborations with some of the biggest names in online […] The post #180: 7 Ways I’ve…

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  • #176: Steal My Podcast Project Plan!

    … Hey there! Welcome to your new show notes! I wanted to deliver episode details in a way that make the podcast easier to use and digest. My goal—as always—is to deliver tremendous value for you, and hopefully this new format will help you engage at a new level, and take immediate action for your […] The post #176: Steal My Podcast Project Plan…

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  • #175: How I Went from Corporate to Consulting to Courses

    … You asked, and I’m bringing it: My story. And I mean ALL the details, of how I went from corporate to consulting to where I am today: courses. My intention here is not to relive the old days—I’m doing this because you likely can relate to one of the three scenarios: You currently are working […] The post #175: How I Went from Corporate…

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  • #174: 3 Hacks to Help You Get More Done in Less Time

    … When it comes to working smarter and not harder, you know the conventional wisdom: Manage your time, take breaks, get enough sleep, tackle the big projects when you feel the most focused, and the list goes on. You know all this stuff, but why is it so hard to act on it? And even if you […] The post #174: 3 Hacks to Help You Get More Done in Less…

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  • 15 Things Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Email

    … Almost every entrepreneur uses email throughout the day, but not that many know how to mitigate risks, make it more efficient, and take it to professional levels. Whether you are negotiating a new deal, making fresh contacts, or trying to build a mailing list to sell your products, there are a few tips you should know to maximize your chances…

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  • #171: DIYing Your Business: 5 Areas to Focus On When You’re Just Starting Out

    … ANNOUNCEMENT: I would LOVE to see you at my LIVE EVENT this year in San Diego! As a special thanks to my podcast listeners, I’m giving away TWO CHANCES to win a free ticket to my event. You only have until TONIGHT at 5pm PST to enter! CLICK HERE for all the details! I love […] The post #171: DIYing Your Business: 5 Areas to Focus On When You’re…

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  • Learn from Business Entrepreneurs Who Take the Time to Train Others

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