An Action Plan for Dreamers is a weekly 20-minute podcast where we provide practical and actionable advice about what it takes to create the life you crave. It’s short enough to listen on your commute or coffee break and contains practical steps you can take to move closer to your dream life.
Jeremy Aldana said “Seems to me that there is a fine line between insanity and dedication…I call that line commitment.”
One of the most common dreams we here is “I want to start my own business”. From restaurants to PR companies to pet store you have a dream to step out from behind your corporate life and head out on your own. The idea is a mix of fear, excitement, and a desire to control your destiny and wake up when you want.
Today we’re talking about what it takes to create your own business and talking to someone who has done just that. We’ll share with you lessons as well as actions you can apply in your quest to be your own boss.
Our guest today, Carrie Smith, is a solopreneur on a mission. She is the Method and Means Maven! She creates the methods and systems to run businesses better, while organizing the means to do so. She quit her small business accounting job of 10 years to pursue full-time entrepreneurship and blogging, and she’s here to tell us how she transitioned from having a boss to being her own boss. Head over to CarefulCents.com to learn more about Carrie and join in the discussion about financing and starting your own business.
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Today’s sponsor is Declutter Clinic, the course we created to help you clear the space in your home so you can follow dreams like starting your own business. We even show you how to make money from your junk, which you can then use to get your business started. Find out how to create a more space in your home at DeclutterClinic.com.
On next week’s show we’ll find out how to survive as an introvert in an extrovert world. If you’re married to or working with someone who is your complete opposite, this conversation will revolutionize your communication styles.
Until next time, remember to take the first step and keep on moving.
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