Does this sound familiar? You have dreams of starting your own business, but you're constantly overwhelmed by fears and challenges that hold you back. You've been told to just push through and ignore your doubts, but this only leads to frustration and burnout. The pain of taking this ineffective action is that you're stuck in a cycle of self-doubt and lack of progress, feeling like success will always be out of reach. It's time to break free from this cycle and discover the self-help principles that can empower your entrepreneurial journey and lead you to long-term success.
About Jason Abell:
Jason Abell is the President of Rewire, a coaching and development organization. With a background in mortgage banking, Jason brings a wealth of experience to the table. Growing up, he was exposed to self-help books, such as those by Napoleon Hill, which sparked his interest in personal development. Starting at a young age, Jason successfully ran his own businesses, including a lemonade stand and a lawn mowing business, thanks to the skills he acquired from these self-help resources. After a successful career in corporate America, Jason decided to pursue his true passion and launched Rewire in 2014. Since then, he has been dedicated to helping aspiring entrepreneurs overcome challenges and build successful businesses through coaching, speaking, and writing. Jason's journey serves as a testament to the importance of self-help principles and the impact they can have on one's entrepreneurial path.
In this episode, Thomas and Jason discuss how to:
Jason Abell, in this episode, guides entrepreneurs on how to adopt these self-help principles to overcome fears, face challenges, and achieve success in their business ventures.
Jason shares his own experience and offers practical advice on confidently making this significant switch and dealing with initial uncertainties.
Establishing a focused approach and creating a clear buyer persona are essential strategies to differentiate your offerings and connect with your target customers.
“If you want to get better at something, you need to hang out with somebody that can help you. Whether it's a mentor or a coach, investing in yourself is key to success." — Jason Abell
CONNECT WITH JASON:
Website: https://www.rewireinc.com/ (Company)
Website: http://sadiesgift.org/ (Personal)
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