What’s In This Episode:
Brad’s feeling anxious because one of his suppliers shut down with only a month’s notice. It’s not like he’s not used to disasters happening in business; he used to love them because it gave him a chance to feel important. But now he’d like things to just get back to normal and just be thankful for things.
“We want people who will participate in their own solution.” – Brad
Saul, our BDYB producer, turns the tables on Jill and Brad and asks hard-hitting questions, like… what is it that they do?
Jill explains how The Founding Moms has built community in over 60 cities. She offers video courses and accountability coaches (and many other services). Her goal is to be the universal hub for all things business education for mom entrepreneurs.
How does Brad get clients to trust him when they first come to Anchor Advisors? He offers something of value, is very transparent, and uses case studies and testimonials to establish credibility. What types of clients are the best ones for him? Those clients who have big goals and they’re honest about the challenges they face. But they must be willing to put in the work.
“You need to remember to go back to yourself; focus on you.” – Jill
Jill and Brad then discuss the top 5 reasons to pay attention to your mental health because if you don’t:
- You’re more likely to take things out on other people.
- You treat yourself poorly.
- If your mental health isn’t in check, it can affect your attention span.
- Your relationships suffer.
- And this will absolutely put a cramp in your entrepreneurial style…
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