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How To Lean On Co-Founders And Peers To Open Up Life Flow

Episode 20: Season 2 Recap

If you’re self-employed and don’t want to give up your freedom…

You must have a co-founder or teammates to lean on so that you can remain in your zone of genius and move the profit needle. 

Season 2 of the Grind Less Flow More podcast presented some clear answers and solutions to the obstacles that stand in the way of your freedom as an entrepreneur. 

Season 2 dug into the ever-important topic of: You can’t do it alone.

You need teammates to divide and conquer with and to be intentional about who you surround yourself with. Being part of a network of supportive, like-minded people can help you stay positive and motivated during tough times and provide opportunities for learning and growth. 

So, how the heck do you find your community? Here are two powerful starting points. 

Empower your cofounders and teammates by being acutely aware of your strengths and what you struggle with — and get to know theirs

Find new inspiration from fellow entrepreneurs. Be intentional with this by creating the freedom in your schedule to attend both local and overseas conferences, networking events, retreats, and talks. 

Our interview guests hail from the eComm, Real Estate, Tech, Wellness, and Coaching industries, to reinforce these key themes.

This recap unearths the stories and breakthroughs of our guests’ entrepreneurial paths and will help you learn:

  • How family and travel can be fully integrated into your business without overwhelm or burnout.
  • The two types of co-founder types needed to divide and conquer. Which one are you?
  • Why walking away from a revenue goal to build your team can be crucial.
  • The value of creating a close circle of entrepreneurs to stress tests ideas and make important decisions quickly and unemotionally.
  • Why nomadic living can beget creativity and boldness as an entrepreneur.
  • The method used in the Silicon Valley to systemize and be precise in how you ask for help.
  • How to use the Gallup Top 5 Strengths Finder to instantly create harmonious relationships with spouses and business partners.
  • Why it can be a mistake to hire people who like you and are like you.

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