Business Besties 101: Finding your people

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Business Besties 101: Finding your people


Business Besties 101: What to do and what not to do

Let’s talk about finding your people - the communities, coaches and business besties you need to thrive. 

This is one of my favorite topics because I love talking about my business besties and sharing their work. 

Which inevitably leads to questions like “How do I find more besties?” or “Which community should I join for XYZ?”

Having friends who understand your business and have similar experiences is so important. It will play a vital role in your success as an entrepreneur for four main reasons:

  • Support from someone with a shared experience who can offer empathy, compassion, and advice on overcoming business challenges.
  • Ideas and feedback on improving parts of your business or marketing.
  • Contacts and recommendations of great systems, contractors, or staff you’ll need along the way.
  • Opportunities to uplevel and network by opening doors to new audiences, stages, or events.

More than someone to vent or cry with, a business best friend can be invaluable for masterminding, partnering, and cheerleading. 

On today’s podcast, I share my tips on finding new business besties and the right coach to help you grow this year. 

So, what support do you need right now in your business?

Motivation, inspiration, tactics, accountability? 

What type of coach or training makes the most sense to help you move to the next level? 

Be strategic in making the next right investment for this season of your life and business. 

I’d love to hear what you got from today’s episode and what support you want to add to your life. 

If it’s money mindset, I’m your gal, and once you join our Bootcamp community, I know you’ll never look back! 

xx Denise

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