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Women at Halftime Podcast

Sep 10, 2019

I learned so much on a recent trip to Alaska by listening to a guide who had actually lived there for a number of years. They knew about the nooks and cranny’s. The historical facts made me curious, wanting to learn more! If you ever are lost in the Forest—there is huge value in a good path. Even if you’re not sure where you are and feel lost, you can see where people have gone before you. It can feel rough but you can see the trail ahead.

Online programs can feel the same way…rough, but there's a path ahead! If you are lost in your business adventure—it is worth finding a good guide. I’m hesitant on WHO I ask, but usually look to choose wisely. I’m not into “stargazing” but look for someone who gets me and who I trust. They will help me move faster.

Walkaways: 1. Understand the worth of a good guide and pay for it. 2. Realize there are a lot of online sources too-but be willing to pay for good ones. 3. Don’t be a “conference junkie” Too much info—and not enough application! 4. Take a leap. It's a trust relationship.