“Back yourself. Hold your nerve. If things aren’t happening, but you are sure of the direction you want to be in, hold your nerve. There is so much work out there, so just focus on the work that is going to give you the most enjoyment. And don’t wait for things to happen!”
“There’s always a way. Nothing’s impossible! I don’t give up easily. I know I can do it, and it’s the coaches that keep me on track.” (Wendy Capewell, Relationship Coach )
Wendy Capewell is this week’s guest on The Happy Healthy Entrepreneur Podcast, and she is a Relationship Coach, specifically working with couples who know that they love each other, they’ve just lost some of their spark, and are really invested in getting it back again and ultimately having a happy, healthy relationship with one another. Read more
“You need to be happy now, not tagging happiness on to ‘when X happens, I’ll be happy’, just be happy now” (Karen Bromley, Maya Wellbeing)
Karen Bromley, Founder of www.MayaWellbeing.co.uk is this week’s guest on the Happy Healthy Entrepreneur Podcast. Karen is a Hypnotherapist, Wellness Coach and Inner Child Therapist. She’s also a speaker and number 1 best-selling author of ‘Free Your Mind: Change Your Life! Her book tells the story of how she transformed her life from years of crippling M.E and feeling overwhelmed by dark, negative thoughts to feeling well, happy, and inspired to change her career path and start a new life in Norfolk. Read more
“Don’t be afraid to ask. If you know someone who’s making a success of it, ask them what’s really worked for them and follow that same plan, and also ask them about any mistakes they’ve made, and then try not to make the same mistakes!” (Matthew Long, Matt Long Massage)
If you’re someone who could do with strengthening your ASK muscle, then you’re going to get a lot from this episode.
So Matthew Long is this week’s guest on the podcast, and his business is Matt Long Massage based in the market town of Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. As business owners, I wonder whether we ask enough sometimes, and I think Matt is a great example of someone who does ask, and what opens up when you do. Read more