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Finding Your Sweet Spot

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There IS a unique place where YOUR talent AND YOUR passion meet with the world’s willingness to pay you.

We call that your SWEET SPOT

It’s different for each person.

I’ll help you find yours in this Masterclass.

According to research, 70% of adults don’t have the opportunity to do what they do best. It is the other 30% that society celebrates as the innovators and game changers. But there’s nothing special about those people; they simply find ways to succeed in their strengths.
By discovering your unique strengths and passions and determining where they intersect with something people are willing to pay for, you can find your Sweet Spot.

In this training, we’ll look at:
• The difference between your vocation (or calling), career and job.
• How to break free from what society says are valuable skills and abilities.
• A formula for planning your daily activities so you can begin to focus on your uniqueness and do that with excellence.

Start a Side Business With Just 15 Hours Per Week

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The questions I get asked most often these days are not about how to build a better resume or how to improve interview skills. More and more people are wanting to know how to build a side business while working full-time.

• Getting smarter is not the key.

• More knowledge is not the only requirement.

• Working 80 hours a week isn’t necessarily the answer either.

The secret to building a profitable side business in as little as six months is to dedicate 15 hours per week to it.

But there’s a specific formula (what to do during those 15 hours) that will make the difference.

To help you get started, grab this special Masterclass and I’ll walk you through those 15 hours and give you some real-life examples of entrepreneurs who have used this formula to build their businesses.

Workbook included so you can map out your own 15-hour per week plan.

48 Low or No Cost Business Ideas Digital Download

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Is your work determining the kind of life you live, or are you deliberately choosing the life you want and having work complement that?

Have you heard the concept “ideas are a dime a dozen…”

So often I hear people say that they would love to start a business but don’t have the money to do anything. And thus they quickly dismiss what may be their greatest opportunity.

There are plenty of ideas floating around – and each idea is merely a thought – unless someone acts on it.  Building a business doesn’t have to be a completely original thought – learn from the stories of others and develop your own unique slant!

Is Your Job Your Calling? Why Do We Work?

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If someone watched you on Monday morning, would they see your true genius?

James Michener said: “The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his information and his recreation, his live and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence at whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he’s working or playing. To him, he’s always doing both.”

Can you really determine if your job is your calling? Dan Miller believes so!