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The Women Podcast
35 minutes | Jan 26, 2020
The Three P's: Passion, Purpose, Process
No matter what your walk is in life, at some point you have thought to yourself, "is this it? Should I be doing more? Am I really happy?" This episode debunks the thought that "purpose" will dramatically fall from the sky, and from that moment on, we will automatically be driven and focused on that "thing" for the rest of our days. Our host, Candace McClendon, sheds light on how to tap into those things that you are passionate about, how to use those things as a launching pad towards your purpose, and how important it is to do the work in the process. See you in the episode.
40 minutes | Jan 2, 2020
Our Biggest TakeAways of 2019
We've been bombarded by the biggest mistakes of 2019 according to social media. Instead of nursing our biggest bruises, we're turning those lessons into learning opportunities. This episode highlights our biggest takeaways that will positively guide us into a new year, and a new and improved mindset. Here are our top 9 takeaways of 2019. 1. You learn to be an entrepreneur by being an entrepreneur. Host, Candace McClendon, discusses how she thought she had all the tools to foresee and fix any business-related barrier that may present itself due to her vast knowledge and ability to research best practices. She quickly learned that some hard lessons are meant to be learned on the job. 2. Charge what you're worth and add tax from Day 1. We dispel the notion that new businesses need to over-deliver while charging less. This episode highlights how that mentality can cause your business to go in the red rather quickly. 3. No is a real word. Being a "people pleaser" for most of her life, Candace dishes out how saying "yes" when she really wanted to say "no" caused serious burnout, while threatening her professional reputation. 4. Take time to uncover and nurture your gifts. It's not enough to say, "I do this really well". In order to successfully package and monetize your gifts, you must do the work to constantly improve those skills. Being really talented at something and using those gifts as a means to additional income are two totally different things. People buy into gifts that have been nurtured. 5. If you don't ask, the answer will always be no. Candace shares an uncomfortable moment between her and her current mentor. She had to learn not to place self-doubt into her mental space before doing the work to reach out for help/guidance. 6. Trust your instincts. There is a fine line between having trust issues and trusting your intuition. Usually, those things that present red flags in the beginning should be avoided at all costs. When you are in-tuned with who you are, and where you're going, it's easier to recognize situations that will cause your grief down the road. 7. You are enough. We have been conditioned to believe that in order to make it to a certain level of success, that we need a team of key players. Candace distinguishes what you need from you and what you need from other people. And ultimately what you need to get going. 8. Live. Candace shares a powerful personal story about the importance of living each day as if it is your last.
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