I’m so thrilled you’re tuning in today! 

Today’s episode marks a very important first for this show.

This is the first interview I’ve done on this podcast! For this special occasion, I’ve invited a noteworthy guest, Rick Mulready. I know that you’ll walk away from this episode with some really interesting gold nuggets and tidbits about what it looks like to be running a multiple million-dollar business as a parent in a constrained workweek.

Rick is an amazing online entrepreneur who helps course creators, consultants, and coaches in the online space scale and grow their businesses. The purpose of this episode is to show you that creating millions of dollars does not require 80, 70, 60 or even 50-hour workweeks unless you decide that it does.

In Today’s Episode We Discuss: 

I hope that you enjoyed this interview as much as I did!

In the future, I'll be doing at least one interview per month because I want to continue highlighting my clients, students, and other amazing entrepreneurs who are doing the work of being successful and creating tons of money without the hustle, grind, and the burnout.

I want to give you plenty of inspiration to see that the possibility of making a lot of money in a small amount of time really is an option that's available to you.

Don’t forget to download your podcast study guide so you can take action on today’s episode! 

Have a beautiful, unbusy week, and I will see you here next time! 

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episode 51
the infinite "how" game

+ Finding success in your business as a parent
+ Molding your schedule around what is true for you
+ Why you should prioritize what aligns with your values
+ How to know when you’re doing enough
+ The importance of evaluating what you want out of your business
+ Practicing constraint with your goals
+ Why you should get specific with your brain when mapping out your calendar
+ How to be more innovative with your time

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