Hey there, Patty Dominguez with episode 115 of the Positioning to Profit Podcast. Thanks for being here. Today is a solo show, I’m going to be sharing a little bit of a pulse check that I do every quarter or so, especially now that we’re into quarter 4, homestretch to the end of the year of what a year it has been. So I don’t know where you are in your business, but this topic has come up a couple times this week already. And I wanted to share a perspective with you on how to do a pulse check to see, are you in it for the long haul? Are you?
This episode is for you if you’re considering “should I give in?”, “should I give up?”, “should I keep going?”, or if you’re like, “yeah, yeah, I’m in it for the long haul”. So just check in with what I cover in this episode. So that it’s a little bit of a self assessment, if you will, to see the elements of making sure that you are in it for the long haul, and how to get past those you know, wall kicking moments that happen. And also if you haven’t already done so, check out Prolific Women Entrepreneurs. It is a Facebook group that I have, over obviously on Facebook, you can go to prolificwe.com, it’ll take you right to the group, where I am aggregating, collecting, bringing together women and entrepreneurship, which is my absolute favorite. So head on over to prolificwe.com. And with that, let us get on with the show. It’s a solo show, I’m here for you. So let’s go.
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