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Are You Building The Wrong Business?

An interesting thing happened recently on a call with a new client. As a mindset coach and business strategist, my goal is to help clients build businesses that bring them joy.

Because if it isn't fun, what's the point?

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To do that you need three ingredients:

1. A strategy that you like executing (I've met SO many entrepreneurs who are marketing their businesses in ways that do not feel good to them);

2. A business model that serves your purpose, allows you to be profitable AND makes you happy;

3. An unstoppable mindset to help you move past the difficult times (and there are A LOT), create healthy boundaries, stay focused on what YOU want and take consistent action from a place of confidence and courage!

When you combine these three ingredients the result is a joyful business that thrives.

As you are going about building your business, it can be easy to one day wake up and go... "Hold on! I'm not having any fun anymore!"

It's usually because one of these three things are off.

In this video I talk about a recent experience with a client that sparked VERY interesting conversation that, if you are feeling even a little frustrated in your business will help you look at what could be going wrong so you can fix it.

Have you experienced this before?


Leave a comment and let me know if you have realized you were building the wrong business or perhaps there is a change you would like to make now. 

Happy Building, 

Jennifer Trask - First


P.S. Are you in the GTA/Guelph area and want to have a chance to look at your business with fresh eyes, get new ideas and mastermind with other awesome female entrepreneurs? 

On April 5th, I'm hosting a full day workshop for women entrepreneurs to do just that. Click here for details and tickets. 

Written by Jennifer Trask at 12:44

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