Replay: The Question I Use to Uplevel My Business Again and Again

Replay: The Question I Use to Uplevel My Business Again and Again

Update: 2019-12-30
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While it’s fun to look at the successes of the past year, it can be even more helpful to look at what didn’t work. In this episode, I’m sharing one question that will empower you to change your perspective and make those hard business decisions a little easier.





In This Episode You’ll Learn:





  • Where to put your focus when you’re ready for a business breakthrough
  • How to overcome negativity and resistance in any area of your work
  • What to do when things start to feel out of alignment with your mission
  • Why I let go of a big part of my business and how I moved forward




<figure class="wp-block-image size-large is-resized">Every time right before I have a breakthrough in my business, it’s been really freaking hard!</figure>



Favorite Quotes:





“Every time right before I have a breakthrough in my business, it’s been really freaking hard!”





“When we’re just starting out in business, we take crazy action without getting over the mindset stuff. Part of this process is becoming really self-aware and starting to notice the things that we hold to be so true.”





“I do think this is a magical question, but it’s only magical if you do the work and get real with yourself and those uncomfortable thoughts.”











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Replay: The Question I Use to Uplevel My Business Again and Again

Replay: The Question I Use to Uplevel My Business Again and Again

Jaclyn Mellone, Online Marketing Strategy for Freelancers, Experts, Personal Brands, Entrepreneurs, Consultants, Coaches, and Service Providers