Is it possible to make success a repeatable process? Well, if you listen to our guests on this episode of the “Love the Work You Do” podcast, they will make you a believer in repeatable and lasting success.
In this episode, you will hear from my three friends: Molly Sapp, Kim Sutton, and Meli Neubek dish the scoop on ways they have been able to create repeatable success in their business. Of course, the tips and resources they share can be applied to your unique situation, in order to create your own processes for repeatable success.
Some of the points we will cover in the interview:
-How to define your idea of success
-Letting go of other people’s expectation about your pathway towards success
-A simple, daily mindset exercise to do in order to make success a repeatable process
-What to keep in mind, as you are putting yourself, your brand, and your ideas out into the world
Molly Sapp is a Mindset Strategist for female entrepreneurs to help them identify any major mental blocks keeping them from getting what they want. Through her laser-focused coaching, she can help you breakthrough blocks about losing weight, attracting clients, and/or finding and keeping your romantic partner. Molly provides a free community for women called Mindset Madames who want to manifest their best self. Inside the community, she shares powerful exercises, tips, and motivation to make stuff happen.
Kim Sutton is a Business & Marketing Automation Mentor and is the host of the Positive Productivity Podcast. Her motto: “Positive productivity isn’t about perfection…but it doesn’t need to be painful, either” is a true statement about all the programs, trainings, and services her company provides. When Kim is not helping her clients with their business growth goals or producing her wildly popular podcast, she is a wife and a mother to five kids.
Melissa (Meli) Neubek was born and raised in Boston (go Pats!!). As a graduate from the Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University with a degree in digital photography, she has been a professional photographer since 2011.She and her husband, Matt make up the team at Neubek Photographers who capture the stories of the couples and families in an artful way. When she is not behind the camera, she enjoys cooking (one day she hopes to write and photograph a cookbook) and salsa dance.