Launching a business comes with its own set of challenges. It can be lonely, change is at every corner, and it’s essential you have a plan if you want to build a sustainable business. You also need to be flexible in ways you may have never tried before, which can be hard but if you stay open-minded, you can make it work!
In this episode, we’re talking to Gretchen Bridgers, a National Board-certified elementary school teacher from Charlotte, NC. With years of mentoring new teachers, providing professional development to school building staff, and presenting at district and national conferences, Gretchen has now invested her time solely to consulting individual teachers and school staff under her own company, Always A Lesson. Her blog, podcast, classroom resources, and professional development courses serve teachers worldwide.
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It’s time for you to make your mark in the world. That’s a decision that every business owner has to believe in if they want to succeed. We are bogged down with so many things that we forget to focus on branding. It becomes so crazy sometimes, right? In this episode you’ll learn the simple steps to promoting yourself properly It boils down to one simple thing. Consistency. You have to be consistent with all aspects of your marketing and social media. This episode will show you how.
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The elusive golden ticket in Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory is at the core of my most beloved childhood movie. This magical film is full of landscapes where the impossible becomes possible right in front of your eyes. As a kid, I loved Charlie’s kindness and wished I could join him along the chocolate river! I cheered when he received the final gift that would save his family.
Wonka's wild world taught me that nothing you dream is impossible, making this film a perfect metaphor for successful entrepreneurship and achieving your vision. What we need to achieve our aspirations and seize our “golden ticket” is to build a thriving community. If we successfully create our tribe, we can guarantee business prosperity (and as much chocolate as we want!) for years to come.
As Seth Godin defines it, “A tribe is a group of people connected to one another, connected to a leader, and connected to an idea...A group needs only two things to...
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