- When I Grow Up I Want To Be An Entrepreneur with Sarah Walton Sam Liebowitz 59:23
This week, on The Conscious Consultant Hour, Sam welcomes author, speaker and mentor Sarah Walton.
Sarah Walton is the founder of The Money Mindset Course, an interactive course designed to transform our relationship to money, the When I Grow Up program for entrepreneurs and about-to-be entrepreneurs, and Better Way Moms, an online magazine for moms.
Before leaving corporate America to support other women full-time, Sarah spent her 15-year career navigating the corporate world, where she managed a P&L worth hundreds of millions of dollars, worked closely with Marianne Williamson, mentored dozens of women, and balanced motherhood at the same time.
Sam and Sarah will talk about our attitudes towards money and how to have a better relationship with it.
Sam starts today’s episode with the quote of the day reminding us that everything in our life is here for our happiness…something we often forget. Take time to notice that things are put here for our happiness, not to give us a hard time.
it is also important for people to deliberately choose their emotional state before engaging with others, an especially good strategy for parents talking to children. The more deliberate, conscious and aware we are of our emotional state…the less negative energy is vibrated to our children. Before interacting with anyone, we must keep our emotions taken care of in order to successfully navigate our life.
Sarah Walton joins us on the Conscious Consultant hour to speak about her work with entrepreneurs to achieve a right mindset when launching businesses. What steps did she take to taking a stand in her own career life? She walks through the feelings, emotions and struggles of leaving her job and how she became ready to become the creator of her own life. She also addresses the differences between men and women and what types of mindsets seem to hold women back when it comes to making themselves appear qualified and striving for a certain overall perception.
So much of the incoming revenue in entrepreneurship is determined by relationships and networking. People need to gain trust in order to provide support and it is clearly shown by the collapsing institutions of today and the increasing successes of small, locally owned businesses. One thing Sarah notes is that women have succeeded by showing their ability to easily connect with people and gain trust.
When trying to launch a business the most important thing to keep in mind is that human beings are designed to crave connection and authenticity. The more people that take the time to understand their own motives in launching a business, the more successful they will be.
Have a conversation in the mirror about what it is that you want to be for other people…compare yourself to yourself rather than others. That is the most crucial step for the entrepreneurs of tomorrow to be different than the entrepreneurs of yesterday.
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