There are a lot of coaches out there that claim they’re making 6-figures, but those numbers can lie. In this week’s introduction, Andrew warns others to be bit wary of those ‘gurus’ out there, claiming quick financial success. Anybody can be a coach, so it’s important to find one who is A) a good teacher, and B) someone who will empower you to take action.
[2:25] There are a lot of fakes out there.
[3:40] Teaching is one thing, empowering is another thing.
[3:50] Andrew wants to empower you to do better!
[5:10] Who can teach, and who can empower? You need to find someone who can do both.
[6:15] How did Jenna get into web and writing consulting for writers?
[8:15] Jenna has helped people with their writing projects for over 20 years.
[9:00] When did Jenna realize she could make a business out of helping others with their writing?
[10:15] Europe is a lot cheaper than L.A., where Jenna was living at the time.
[11:45] Have a mini nest egg, and then jump into it! She wished she had left her corporate job sooner.
[12:40] How did Jenna save money? She downsized.
[15:30] Jenna wished she had done her own research about Europe as opposed to listening to everyone else tell her how expensive Europe was (it wasn’t).
[19:15] Time is our most valuable asset. Your mental state and your time cannot be replaced.
[21:45] What are some of the benefits of being a solopreneur?
[26:45] The more things you own, the more you’re owned by things.
[27:00] What countries in Europe does Jenna suggest nomads should go to, or check out?
[32:15] Jenna doesn’t miss winters, but she did miss how the seasons changed, which is not something you typically get in California.
[33:55] Will Jenna be exploring Eastern Europe anytime soon?
[35:40] What kind of experiences has Jenna had with renting out her vacant properties on AirBnB?
[41:15] It’s so, so important to have a good network of troubleshooters who can get stuff done while you’re away.
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