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In each episode, we take a deep dive into one core growth strategy so you can gain a solid understanding of what’s required to serve, sell, and scale your consulting business.
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I don’t know about you, but I’ve always struggled with creating and being consistent with a morning routine. What am I supposed to do? What all should be included? The bigger issue… I’m not a morning person, so how’s that supposed to work?
You have heard it preached on the internet streets to “hustle harder”. What if I told you there was a better way? You can still crush your goals and soar beyond your wildest beliefs in a sustainable manner.
I was laying in bed, 2:00am on a Sunday morning when I recorded this voice memo, sharing thoughts after having an in-depth conversation with a group of friends about the racial wealth gap. This is an uncut and raw dialogue sharing how I am leveraging my business to make strides towards closing the wealth gap, and how much perspective has changed over the past 3 years of being in business.
2019 was a year of tremendous growth and lessons learned. From hiring our first employee, introducing a new offer after 2 years of only selling ONE thing and growing the business by 44% withOUT taking on any 1:1 clients. Give this episode a listen if you want a transparent, behind-the-scenes view on what was required to bring in over $300k.
It’s been a long time coming, but here with me on today’s episode is Mike Michalowcz. If you follow me regularly, then you will have heard me mention his name on multiple occasions. Mike is the author of a bunch of first-class business books, including Profit First...
Do you ever find yourself falling short when it comes to getting the results you desire? Today’s episode is all about being accountable for oneself, and I’ll be dipping into my five building blocks to build accountability. This episode may be a reality check for a lot...