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    Episode 58: How To Build A Life-First Business

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    Are You Truly Creating A Life-First Business?

    There are a lot of misconceptions about what a lifestyle entrepreneur is.

    We don’t all want to drive our convertible Ferrari’s to the airport where a private jet is waiting to whisk off us to our own private island.

    I mean, don’t get me wrong, I certainly wouldn’t complain if that were to actually happen, but that’s not even close to the reason I created my life-first business and I’m guessing you agree.

    Your business is about your dreams. It’s up to you to figure out what those dreams really are and then design your business around them.

    In This Episode:

    It’s a pretty safe bet the vast majority of entrepreneurs prefer to have a business that allows them to spend time with their families, live their passions, and fulfill their purpose.

    If the same is true for you, it’s never too early to begin designing your business around those things.

    That’s why I’m discussing some things you’ll need to think about during that design process.

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    Why You Can Expect:

    In this episode, I provide four strategies that will help you build a life-first business that truly meets your needs.

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    Resources Mentioned:

    Thomas Oppong’s Article: The Overthinker’s Guide to Taking Action

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