Ariel Jaye: Why Eliminating Plan B is the Key to Fulfilling Your Purpose
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In this episode we talk about:
- The importance of loving the work that you do.
- Ariel’s transition from corporate to purpose coaching.
- Why she felt the need to change.
- How to deal with money and uncertainty when starting your own business.
- Why you should not work to make a living, but work to make it meaningful.
- The importance of having coaching or mentorship in your career.
- Why you must be willing to lean into the uncertainty.
- The 3 elements to finding your purpose.
- Ways to find your natural gifts and strengths.
- How to be consistent and stay committed to your purpose, process, and journey.
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