Seems like I’ve been getting this question a LOT lately. People wondering how to get into a more movin’ and shakin’ like minded tribe of bad-asses.
In this episode of Real Questions, Real Answers, I’ve got a couple of answers to this question that I’m excited to share with you.
I’ve been through this a LOT lately myself and have had to ask a lot of questions aboutwho I am, who my friends are, where I fit in, and who do I let go of.
I’ve had a long history of walking around feeling pretty isolated, and some stuff I’m sharing in this video has really helped me to make room for nearly everyone in my life somewhere, and I haven’t actually had to let go of a lot of people, which is really nice.
I hope you enjoy this episode!
I’ll also be shooting some more episodes in the next few days, so I NEED YOUR QUESTIONS! What do YOU want to know?
In this video, I wanted to share a little bit more in response to Wendy’s question from the last video. If you didn’t see it, she had asked about my journey from struggling to having some cash, and wanted to know what “unexpected” things I encountered along the way.
First of all – sorry I’m late on your episode this week! I hired a delicious new video editor named Orvil (you rock Orvil!) who did a bang up job creating a beautiful look for the video. Except there was a problem downloading/uploading, etc. We blamed it on Mercury Retrograde, kept going, and eventually we got here.
We’re all squared away now and ready to unveil this week’s episode!
We had a great question today on Real Questions, Real Answers from Barbara about “Feeling like a 5th grader and all the “cool” biz owners are 7th graders.” We all feel like that at some point, because every 7th grader was ONCE a 5th grader.
I wanted to answer this question with some really practical how-to’s, because I think it’s fabulous to get the attention of influential people. There’s a consciousness there that’s fun to be around.
On this episode, I’m going to share with you 5 things you can do to make friends with the 7th graders – so get your pen out because you’ll want to take notes on this one!
I got a great question for you this week on Real Questions, Real Answers! Wa hoo!
If you’ve ever felt like you’re burning out doing all kinds of shit to grow your business, and you’re wondering if it’s really worth it, the truth is…
Some things ARE and some things AREN’T.
You can go out spinning those beautiful wheels of yours and not getting the results you want.
In this video, I’m got some good tips for you on how to make the most of your time, because let’s face it…you want to get out there and go make that dream of yours happen.
And I want that for you too. More than you’ll ever possibly know.
I think about you, and I hope that these videos are helping you to get some clear answers. Be sure to ASK ME those questions that you really want to ask – nothing is too big or too small or too weird for me. Trust me.
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