On this Girls That Create podcast episode, host Erin Prather Stafford chats with business strategist and advisor Frenchie Ferenczi. The episode focuses on entrepreneurship, perseverance, curiosity, and the role of mental health in building a successful business.
Ferenczi highlights the need for entrepreneurs to keep showing up every day, even when things don’t go as planned. She encourages us to embrace our mistakes as valuable learning opportunities and stresses the significance of audience engagement. Ferenczi also emphasizes the importance of time management and setting personal and business priorities for mental health. Too often, we confuse being busy with being effective. Ferenczi’s advice? Simplify and focus on the tasks that truly move the needle
About Our Guest
Frenchie Ferenczi is a business strategist and advisor for overwhelmed (but seriously ambitious) experts and creatives. She helps small business owners do the right work at the right time so they can stay on the path to consistent revenue growth. From having sold out launches to spending more time with their kids, she empowers her clients to achieve their biggest business goals without falling victim to the business grind.
To learn more about Ferenczi and her business, visit frenchieferenczi.com
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