This episode is a fun one! This week I talk with Kaitlyn from The Crown Fox. I’ve followed Kaitlyn online for a while now and I think you are going to love this episode. We dive into how she looked around one day and realized she wanted something different in her life. We also talk about how millennials are changing the way the people plan their careers. Kaitlyn is a creative entrepreneur and design assistant. She helps other entrepreneurs with the visuals and design aspects of her business so they can focus on growing their business and their zone of genius. Like many of us, Kaitlyn took the traditional path and realized that it wasn’t for her.
In this episode:
- How she got off the path she wasn’t enjoying.
- What she does when she has the entrepreneur isolation feels.
- How she checks shiny object syndrome.
- The real way she figures out what actions are getting her results and the book that helped.
- Why the one size fits all model isn’t realistic.
- The fun way she builds connections online and connects with new clients and business friends.
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Mentioned in this episode:
Essentialism – The Disciplined Pursuit For Less by Greg McKeown
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