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You are multi talented and have accomplished so much in your life already.
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You want to empower others and become an example of excellence.
You are meant for this!
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The idea of marketing, pricing, finding enough customers —all feel too complex.
I feel you. And, I know one thing for sure …
you’ll suffer more if you don’t listen to the wise part of yourself that’s nudging you to take a leap of faith.
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From the Boundless Mindset Podcast
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We go through reinvention multiple times in a lifetime. You can see reinventions happen as we move from childhood and to teenage years showcasing our character and identity. Turning 30 can often triggers a lot of people to start adulting and taking life more seriously. That’s reinvention. A different kind of reinvention
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