On October 1, I celebrated my 13-year anniversary in business. I can remember that first year and how it took 9 months to make any money, which subsequently led to bankruptcy. I never thought I’d see this day 13 years later. As a part of my October REWIND series as we focus on Breakthrough in Business Virtual 2020, we are looking back at some of my favorite and most downloaded episodes.
In 2016, I had a business breakdown. I was ready to give it all up and go get a job. I couldn’t take it anymore. But I decided to try one last thing before I threw in the towel. That one thing is now known as the Breakthrough Blueprint™, it’s the process I used to shift my own life and business and now I help others leverage it to get similar results. In this episode, I walk you through the Breakthrough Blueprint™, all three phases and share some powerful personal stories to help you understand that if you don’t love your business, it doesn’t have to stay that way.
Listen in to discover:
- The 3 phases of the Breakthrough Blueprint™
- The #1 way to tell that you need a breakthrough
- The real reason you don’t have what you really want
“If you’re sitting in struggle instead of strutting in significance, you need a breakthrough.” – Click to Tweet
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