Colleen Kochannek, a two-time successful entrepreneur, runs an online feature magazine for her hometown in Florida, USA and an online business teaching women over 50 how to start businesses of their own. Colleen developed a business-starting program that meets the 50+ woman where she is as a digital immigrant, not digital native.
“We confuse confidence with a lack of fear and that’s not further from the truth, being confident does not mean that you’re not afraid and I think to be an entrepreneur you just have to be comfortable being uncomfortable, you have to be comfortable in the fact that you’re always going to be afraid and you need to learn how to use that fear as a motivator versus a stumbling block”…[Listen for More]
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Kay Fabella is a brand storyteller and business strategist, who crafts messages that connect purpose-driven entrepreneurs with the people they are meant to serve. A Los Angeles native based in Spain, she works in English and Spanish to create communication strategies that connect brands with tribes of believers.
“It ultimately comes down to what works best for you; it’s very easy for us to look to others for success or to try to model how we want to build things on what’s worked for someone else and the idea that following a formula that works for someone else when ultimately you’re the person in the driver’s seat of your business, I think it’s something that all of us will learn but I think it’s especially important for people who are just starting out that you have to ultimately understand what works best for you and create something around that” …[Listen for More]
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Daniel Rusteen runs Optimize My Airbnb which helps Airbnb hosts make more money. His speciality is helping your listing rank high in Airbnb search, but he also provides strategy around Airbnb automation, guest experience, interior design, revenue management, and more.
“Internally you need to realise if you’re an entrepreneur at heart or not, for me I realised this was the case and I just never pulled the trigger until I got fired and had to pull the trigger. It’s hard to explain but there was a lot of people that I talked to while I was at the 9-5 job and I would have conversations with them and they simply preferred the 9-5 life style and the pay check and the medical coverage and the lifestyle and in some companies they give free food and massages and what not and that is a very comfortable lifestyle and at the end of the day I was never satisfied with this and I’ve come to learn through these last two years that I’m so much more satisfied doing what I do now than I was then” …[Listen for More]
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