Name of guest : Leslie Hassler What she thinks about the word no: No is not a bad word, for every no that you have it helps redefine the yes and where you’re headed. An Inner feeling of greatness led me to where I am today, and kept me going. Tip to help you grow: When I was lost, I hired a business consultant. It’s not a bad thing to do that, it shows that you aren’t willing to quite just yet. Tip to help you go through rough times: When.
Name of guest: Liz Brazier One word to summarize being an entrepreneur: Challenging Regardless of how life is going, good or bad, move forward; never stop Tips on time management: Energy management as opposed to time management, which is what everyone does. We are all aware that there are 24 hours in a day; you have to schedule your work around how productive you are during certain hours. Biggest struggle: Trying to find my voice was the hardest thing for me to accomplish. I was told to write down every.
Name of guest Chris Taylor One word that describes his entrepreneurial journey He compared his journey to the word “curiosity”. According to him, his success comes from his curiosity. Opinion about not taking « no » as an answer He said to keep asking, take the “no”, focus on what you have and work with it. Secret for time management and optimizing productivity He follows the “Seven Habits” by Steven Covey for his time management. Big projects that will help the business are always scheduled on Chris’ calendar. Marketing tips Chris does.
Name of guest Danny Iny The one word that would describe his career: Persistence; trying something and it not working, then trying it over and over again. Between those failures there are threads of successes that stick with you. Opinion about not taking no as an answer: The nature of being an entrepreneur is seeing something that doesn’t yet exist, so you will be surrounded by people nay saying you, but you have to push forward. Never lose track of what you are being persistent for, STAY FOCUSED ON YOUR.
Name of guest Tim Paige One word that describes his entrepreneurial journey “Incredible”, he experienced every point of the spectrum, now he found the balance of both. Opinion about not taking « no » as an answer According to Tim, there will always be times in life that taking no as an answer is a great thing. Marketing persons should not take no as answer and try to persuade clients to convert into sales. Secret for time management and optimizing productivity Recognize what is important, set boundaries and stick to them. Marketing.