56. 7 Telltale Signs You're Ready to Become an Entrepreneur
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As I reflect on my entrepreneurship journey, I want to share with you a list I made of the signs that you may be ready to become an entrepreneur. There are many things I wish I had seen a long time ago that made it clear that entrepreneurship was for me, and hopefully by listening to this episode, you’ll realize that entrepreneurship is meant for you too. If you are saying yes to any of these things, then it's time to begin looking into starting your own business.   In this episode we cover: Knowing that you want to make a bigger impact and help others transform their lives [2:39] That feeling of being burnt out and wanting something more [4:37] The fact that you keep thinking about being an entrepreneur, but you keep pushing it back [9:46] You want to continue to grow and evolve [11:40] Having the flexibility to work from anywhere feels so freeing [13:04] Paying attention in meetings is very difficult for you [14:33] Breaking the societal norm of women being in higher roles [16:39]   This episode is sponsored by the Online Entrepreneur Academy. Are you a dietitian or female wellness expert that's feeling undervalued in your job? Not passionate about what you're doing, or are you working one to one with clients now and want to scale your private practice to group an online coach courses and programs, then OEA is perfect for you. This is a three month high touch coaching program and we are currently enrolling for our next cohort. Apply for the Online Entrepreneur Academy here.
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