If there is anything that gets me passionate, it’s talking about debt. Debt is an important tool for growing your business. In some conversations in the personal and business finance spaces, it gets a bad reputation. However, debt can be an amazing tool for you to use, and this week we’re going to talk all about it.
Many entrepreneurs do not set goals for their business, but it’s important for you to do. How can you know where you want to go if you don’t tell your brain where it should go? That’s why I enjoy talking about goals—your business is like a toddler, and if you don’t use goals to help guide its path, the next thing you know it will be running around the house with a carving knife, doing potentially dangerous and harmful things.
The relationship between giving and receiving is a symbiotic one. When we give, we allow others to receive—and vice versa. But for many women, there is a tendency to give and give and give some more. At the end of all that giving, those women are tired and worn out.
In 2008, people all over the world dealt with financial crises, and for many people that was only the beginning. Today on the podcast, my guest, Emma Veiga-Malta, will share about how the financial crisis led to 28 months with zero income and what she had to do to get to where she is now.
Setting big, audacious goals and making big things happen is possible for anyone, you just have to take the right steps. In this episode, I talk about my seven-step process for making big things happen and break down each step so that you can implement it in your life. I even share times where I have used this process to make great things happen for me.
When something great happens in our life, we celebrate it, right? Whether it’s an important birthday, a graduation, or...