Are you good at accomplishing your goals? Do you nail them all the time, or you still struggle with them? Happy dance! This week’s interview will definitely help you! My guest is Michael Lennington, co-author of The 12 Week Year. Listening to that interview will totally help you implement and execute. He and his co-author, Brian P. Moran figured out a way to help you overcome the yearly-analyzed thinking and invite you to make a thinking shift. Michael advises to forget the annual goal entirely. And.
As an entrepreneur, I am sure that you’ve done that mistake. I think that it’s part of the entrepreneur DNA. You wanted to do everything instead of outsourcing. You felt that you could change the world (by yourself)… You hustled. Maybe you still do. Then, you absolutely need to listen to this interview with Lisa Cummings. She shares that actually, in many situations, when you decide to just work harder… It gets you to a burnout. And one way to get to where you want.
This week, I interview Yann Ilunga. And we talk about music. And podcasting. And business opportunities, when speaking several languages. Then, we go back to the essentials. We talk about how crucial it is to care about the audience. The people that cherish you, like you, trust you and talk about you. A nice conversation, from Montreal to Finland. Enjoy! If you want to know more about Yann: www.yannilunga.com/community http://media.blubrry.com/crushyourcompetitors/p/traffic.libsyn.com/marketintocrushyourcompetitors/Episode242YI_mixage_final.mp3Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS
You might struggle with this. I know I did, when I started my online business. Finding your story. Your differentiating point. Your unique way to attract your dream clients. Even when you are teaching what others are teaching. This week, I interview Joel Capperella. And we don’t discuss about the power of any story… We discuss about the power of YOUR story. The one that you have to bring on the marketplace to bond with your audience. In this episode, you’ll learn: How to find your.
“A fewer things that spark joy are far better than a lot of things that produce stress.” Greg McKeown Amazing. That’s the only word that comes to my mind after re-listening to this interview I had with the author of the book “Essentialism”, Greg McKeown. In a world where multitasking, being busy, and overworking are seen as heroic ways of living, Greg invites you to embrace the essentialist lifestyle. And it’s not easy. He says it himself; he still struggles with his own principles. Who wouldn’t anyways?.