The Brave Entrepreneur
About This Show
Welcome to The Brave Entrepreneur Podcast with your host Jena Rodriguez. Entrepreneurs are leading the way and creating a whole new level of possibility. Each week listen in to hear how brilliant entrepreneurs share their BRAVE secrets to having a thriving business and doing what it really takes to stay in the game. Leave feeling like “I CAN DO THIS” after each and every episode. “Entrepreneurship is not the easy way, it is the BRAVE way!” Let’s get our BRAVE ON!
Most Recent Episode
081 | Joan Sotkin, How to be Satisfied With What You Have
3 days ago
Joan Sotkin has been guiding entrepreneurs and practitioners build successful businesses and resolve money issues for over 30 years. She is the founder of the popular website www.ProsperityPlace.com, host of The Prosperity Show Podcast, and author of the award-winning book Build Your Money Muscles. Joan is known for her insightful understanding of the connection between money and emotions and how family-of-origin experiences affect a person's ability to succeed in business and financially. Show Highlights Hear Joan's unique counter-phobic mindset on how to deal with fear. "Fear is making up a story about the story that doesn't exist. So what do you have to lose by trying what you have the urge to do." Discover why there are solutions to every problem and what you need to tell yourself when the fear comes in. If you want to have more money, picturing more money and having a successful business are not enough. You have to have the skills to handle it. Joan shares who to surround yourself with and the practical money management skills you must have even if you are not a numbers person. People are afraid to be satisfied with what they have. They are afraid if they become satisfied with what they have, then more good things will not come their way. Listen in to find out how to develop a satisfaction habit so you will learn to be satisfied and not live in fear. What does BRAVE mean? Brave is asking for help, following through and not being afraid to take the plunge.