Aug 13, 2019
It may surprise you but in this episode, James Wedmore discusses
what it's like to slow down and how to stay in love with your
business. It's not at all what you may expect to hear! We chat
about how to challenge societal norms while growing a business that
will impact more people and create incredible revenue. You're going
to dig what James has to say!
For 10 years, James Wedmore taught entrepreneurs and online
business owners how to leverage the power of online video and
YouTube marketing to reach more people, share their message and
convert more customers.
In 2016, James made a massive shift to focus on a big gap missing
in the marketplace: the mindset needed for entrepreneurship. He
launched a totally woo-woo podcast, the Mind Your Business Podcast
and his signature program, Business By Design. Today he helps
coaches, experts, content creators, and authors not only to craft
better marketing messages but also how to ditch the “hustle”
mentality and create success from the inside out.
Highlights you won't want to
constant issue is breaking away from being enslaved by your own
to avoid linking pain with growth in your business
to identify what you are good at and how to market it
- Serving your business with your highest level
and learning how to manage it
- Creating rules so you give yourself time to
calm down and avoid over-stressing yourself
- Explaining how to work smarter not
to use guides to help yourself instead of using it as a
- Explaining the ideas of spiritualism and how it
is a construct of the human race, understanding that spiritualism
is within all things
to commit to yourself and understanding the money is energy
3 Key Points:
must make sure that you don't constantly work and burn yourself out
of your own business.
must decide what you are good at and understand how to market that
as a business.
have to work smarter not harder so you can calm down your life and
not stress yourself.
blank canvas can be anything you want." - James Wedmore
you're not doing what you love, you're not doing what you're meant
to do." - James Wedmore
- "There's an illusion of certainty when you
work..." - James Wedmore