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Warrior of Reciprocity

If systems and structure seem rigid or you feel might inhibit your creativity, here’s a different way to look at systems. Find out how setting the environment for what you want can make miracles happen. You’ll hear how setting the environment is the current way of doing business and how you can apply the idea of setting the environment in your daily business life.

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Warrior of Reciprocity

Have you ever considered the role you play as a connector? In other words, you create something for someone so that they can reach the audience or people they want to reach. When you think about it that way, it increases the level of responsibility and possibility for impact. I talk about how this can even change the world. 

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Warrior of Reciprocity

Being a warrior is courage on steroids. It takes so much courage to put ourselves out there, to risk failure as well as the risk of the burden of responsibilities of success. Courage has been on my mind because of the recent Netflix special with Brene Brown. A fantastic show that I highly recommend. I break down what courage means as a warrior and expand on a couple of the ideas that Brene talks about. Be a courageous warrior. 

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Warrior of Reciprocity

Ever have that feeling that you’re working really hard but hardly getting ahead? You know…running on a hamster wheel? It’s likely because you’re applying a lot of effort and strategy but getting in your own way with mindset blocks. In this episode, I lay out the three components you need to be truly successful. The trifecta of success. It’s a framework that I believe will work for you.

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Warrior of Reciprocity

Entrepreneurs don’t often think of themselves as leaders. Thinking like a leader will help you think bigger and step into creating the impact you want on your community and in the world. When you think of people like Elon Musk, Richard Branson and Oprah Winfrey, do you really think of them as business owners? They are leaders. There’s a latent leader in you waiting to come out!

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Warrior of Reciprocity

Within many languages, there are accents. Similarly, when you speak the lingo of your ideal customers, there are different personalities. So while you want to attract and appeal to the narrow audience of ideal customers, you can also appeal to the broadest segment of ideal customers as possible by understanding their different personalities. Learn specific strategies to do just that on your website.

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Warrior of Reciprocity

There are many business models based on a frictionless experience for the customer–rideshare apps, food delivery, etc. In this episode, I reverse the thinking. How about as businesses we concentrate on attracting frictionless customers? Those that are the easiest to work with. Those that make every day a pleasant working experience for you and your entire company. What makes a frictionless customer? Alignment. Listen in and you’ll find out how.

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Warrior of Reciprocity

Are you allocating your time towards what you say you value? This episode will prepare you for the next episode with Steven Griffith who offers strategies to do a time cleanse. By doing a time cleanse, you can create the time to really put your time towards what you value. Note- it seemed fitting to use this photo of me with my two dogs because my dog Milo, on the left, is very ill and I don’t know how much time I have left with him. I value my time with him.

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Warrior of Reciprocity

I’m fortunate to have many conversations in a single day with a diverse group of people in person and online. I’m always looking for connections between conversations as an indicator of what the world needs or how people are evolving. I’ll bet you’ll relate to one or more of the random thoughts shared in this episode and you’ll learn about the importance of movement. And how conversations create movement.

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Warrior of Reciprocity

My good friend, Melissa Smith happened to be visiting me in Miami so in this episode, we chat about resistance to getting help and the different types of support you need for your business. Melissa is an expert in remote work and virtual assistants and perfect for this conversation. The bottom line is this. You can say you can’t afford to get help. The truth is, you can’t afford not to and entrepreneurs need to stop kidding themselves.  

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