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If you’re an entrepreneur, you’re taking on a giant challenge. Running and growing a business isn’t for everyone. Being a business owner takes grit and determination.

To keep going when things get tough, you need a strong reason why you do what you do.
In this episode, you learn how to define your version of success—and the dos and don’ts of building a success you’ll love.

Show highlights include:

When should you jump on an opportunity—and when is it OK to pass? Answers start at 2:20.
– 4 ways to flesh out your why instead of “kinda knowing it”. (3:20)
– 5 kinds of people who may be out to steal your dream—you’ll have to “fight” these for your entrepreneurial freedom. (4:30)
– Which dangerous business advice you have to ignore. (5:30)
– 6 core principles Bob uses to keep his business in sync with his why—and make money in the process. (7:50)
– How your principles allow you to make decisions that matter. (14:15)
– The importance of rejecting certain clients so you can build a success you love. (15:50)

Would you like to claim your entrepreneurial freedom? Start today by getting your complimentary copy of Bob’s “8 Steps To Freedom”. Go to https://oyot.com/8steps and claim your copy today!

Bob Holdsworth

Let’s be honest with each other, you know that you should be doing certain things, but don’t, you know that you should be planning but aren’t, you know that you should be executing but keep hesitating and you know you should be marketing but are dragging your feet … it’s not enough to KNOW…it’s about making decisions and taking actions.  Perhaps some straight advice and a strategically placed kick in the ass from someone who’s been in your shoes will help get you unstuck and back on track creating your version of success.

Take back control of your life and kick the crap out of your way so that you can finally Do business On Your Own Terms®

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