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"mariah mansfeld" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

04:32 min | 11 months ago

"mariah mansfeld" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

"Hi guys. welcome back to innsbruck interviews. Sit on the show. We have mariah mansfeld back. And what's super cool about. Our conversation is just to also show you guys how. Yeah how unhealthy. It is in a way to pigeonhole yourself into one specific category of doing something in life. Or you know to put the pressure on yourself that you have to live. This stereotypical perfect life. Right and for that. I mean speaking to two parents to manno to women. You know if your relationships not working out and just sort of owning where you're at and what's important to you and that's what i loved about. This conversation is because mariah was actually in touch with what's important to her and you. Yes through her journey how she makes the changes and makes the decisions at the time when she sees that things aren't working she makes the change and so much so many of us go wrong is way. We don't make the changes when we know that we need to We don't always stole and we stall stall and then in the end end up actually damaging ourselves and other people around us or all businesses. Because we don't make the changes when we feel that the changes need to be made so this conversation is just a really cool conversation for me anyway because everyone gets something different out of these conversations but for me. This is so much about recognizing and reminding me to to recognize when things aren't going the way i want them to go to step back and i mean i've i've had a situation like this in my own personal life before with the company a long time ago. When are you starting to recruit and business. And i wanted to get out of that business. Let's say two years before up getting out of the business and you know it was a big lesson for me. Because i ended up going into serious burnout some not. Actually because the business was hard. Because that's what. I said on a recent post on instagram. You know starting a business is not hard. You just have to follow the steps and business when you're doing what you love. It's not hard but it requires commitment and dedication and you.

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"mariah mansfeld" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

03:31 min | 11 months ago

"mariah mansfeld" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

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