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Ep. 172: Marriedpreneur Phase 1: Emerging Marriedpreneurs

(Hi guys!

Last week, in episode 171, we started a short training series. If you haven’t listened to the last episode then we recommend you do that first in order to fully understand the entire strategy we’re sharing.) 

The first phase in our 3-phrase process is: Emerging Marriedpreneurs
The importance of identifying this first phase is so your people can track and identify where they are starting from and introduce them to the resources you have, to help them grow through this phase.
Just know that different phases may take longer than others to conquer depending on the person/people. 

For us, marriedpreneurs in the Emerging phase have a contagious excitement and are often very hopeful! They are usually the clearest as to their WHY. Further along the path, it’s easier to get distracted by the other shiny objects and opportunities. 

In this episode of Marriedpreneur Life podcast. We’re sharing about:

📝What ways the emerging marriedpreneurs can self-identify
📝What mile markers and actions are needed for the next phase
📝The common pitfalls emerging marriedpreneurs must  avoid

This episode is  FULL of practical steps and examples you guys can implement today. We’re here to see you win and can’t wait to hear about your results!

Keep going!

 

Here’s to living purposefully, powerfully, and profitably in sync,


OL + Sway

P.s.Have you joined our free Focus  Challenge (for marriedpreneurs)? Check it out before it’s gone at FreeFocusChallenge2020.com

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