Ep 145: Our brains can be REWIRED to TAKE ACTION



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It's so easy, to think about all the great things we should be doing. It's even easier to dream about the life we want for ourselves, for our children, for our business. Now, between you and me, how often do you find yourself with extreme willingness to take action on those dreams, but yet, your hands and feet have not begun to do the work. All the things we envision are on the other side of "doing the work." It takes action to move anything forward, and the thing is we know this...it's not rocket science, we've heard it a thousand times. But still, something, and often it goes by the name fear, sometimes habit, sometimes but less so laziness, it keeps us where we're at.


Well my guest, Yolanda King, life and mindset coach, knows that taking action is a mental game. We have the opportunity to re-wire our brains and take action that will not only elevate our businesses but elevate our lives.



In this episode, we'll talk about...

  • The 3 mental phases of beating out fear

  • Why choosing a niche is equivalent to our service level

  • The relationship between success and numbers


Yolanda, helps highly motivated women create the level of impact and income they desire while living with inner joy. Through her modern social change and innovation process of doing social work, she created an online business where she can help dozens of women achieve mental, financial, and emotional breakthroughs.



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