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ENTREPRENEURS EN VOGUE is a weekly podcast that gives a unique insight into the savvy secrets of successful female entrepreneurs of Gen Y. Each week this podcast will feature notable women innovators from around the world and across multiple industries talking about their entrepreneurial journey, their successes, their failures and other trends, happenings, and interesting things. These inspirational women have turned their lives around and stepped onto the path of success, fulfillment and financial independence. But for every woman that has succeeded in pursuing her entrepreneurial dreams, there are thousands who quietly are searching for that inspiration to move forward.
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Aug 30, 2016

Susie Moore serves as an advisor to anyone with potential, whether it be high growth startups or even you (she's a life and business coach). According to Moore, who has written for practically every publication you've ever heard of, there are two main ways to live your life. The first way is by default, or living passively. The second way - the way she lives and teaches her clients how to live - is living by design.

I think it's so important to think, "What is it that I really, really want?" and then, "How can I get there?"

So why is Moore a life coach if she can be whatever she wants? "I know that life coaching works." She's been in the same shoes as her clients time and time again, and she knows that her stories and experiences are proof that there's more to life than doing what's expected of you.

"I still have fear. I'm afraid all the time. I just kind of realized that my desires are more important than my fears." She faces the same [negative] judgment as everyone else, especially when she does something unconventional. "If you share your experiences, people are naturally going to be drawn to you because we're all humans; we all suffer. And if you can be open about what helped you, when you share that information, people will want more of it."

Better yet, Moore has mastered the art of reframing a problem into an opportunity. "The most important thing is to -- No. 1 -- really acknowledge that if you're feeling [any] struggle it's a very positive thing. It means that there's something percolating - like something brewing - something ready to be come to the universe through you. It's a very positive sign."

LISTEN to learn more about:

  • her new book What If It DOES Work Out?
  • the difference between selling and exchanging value
  • what Moore refers to as the competence-confidence loop
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