Podcast advice for purpose-driven entrepreneurs: Empower yourself to create a social impact in your purpose-driven business

Be An Example of What is Possible (Part 2) | Episode #78

Learn why and how empowering yourself creates a social impact. It starts with understanding that "you are an example of what is possible."
The Rank & File Podcast

The Rank & File Podcast

Hosted by Kari Elizabeth Enge - Certified Life and Business Coach for Purpose-Driven Entrepreneurs at Rank & File

Did you know that your personal success as the founder of your business either creates or diminishes your social impact? People are constantly looking for role models (good or bad) to create a picture in their minds of how much joy, fulfillment, abundance, balance, impact, etc. a female purpose-driven entrepreneur can create for herself.

So it’s important that you start taking your own personal lifestyle and outcomes seriously. Because you’re an example of what is possible (literally).

In this episode, I break down how to use the mantra of “being an example of what is possible” in your purpose-driven work and how to use it in a way that fuels more fulfillment, impact and abundance for you AND the people you wish to serve.

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • What “being an example of what is possible” really means
  • Why it’s important to be “selfish” as a purpose-driven entrepreneur
  • How to use the mantra of “being an example of what is possible” to fuel your work

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