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    I am like him. When I am angry, my eyes flash contemptuously and I say nothing. I feel wrath and hatefulness and plan cruelty. It passes. I’m glad that is mostly all.

    Marketing Coach Thais Padilla on Never Giving Up While Building the Business of Your Dreams

    Thais Padilla is a marketing coach who helps female entrepreneurs become wildly in demand and generate consistent income months through proven marketing strategies. After starting her business, Thais was able to go from having one client to being consistently booked out in her serviced-based business within five months. Now she teaches other serviced-based entrepreneurs how they can create sustainable and profitable businesses without having to be glued to their phones all day. Her enthusiasm for helping female entrepreneurs is infectious.

    I’ve been thinking a lot about entrepreneurship and how it has given me freedom in my life, and with the current state of the world, I don’t think there’s ever been a better time to launch a business, believe it or not. Because if you can make a couple hundred bucks online, you can make thousands. I believe that. It’s certainly been true in my own life, so I hope some of you are inspired to start thinking about developing a plan to launch an online business.

    Thais gives lots of juicy info on how to get started with your digital business. In addition, she generously shared this FREE content lesson with our audience: https://thaispadilla.kartra.com/page/freecontentlesson 

    Takeaways

    1. Don’t give up.
    2. Go For it!
    3. Celebrate small wins. Making any amount of money online is a huge accomplishment
    4. Find a mentor!
    5. Invest in yourself
    6. To be successful you have to focus on making connections at all times.
    7. Don’t undervalue yourself. 
    8. Remember why you started your business. It’s fine to become addicted to your business, but also remember to enjoy the fruits of your labor.

    Connect with Thais Here:

    https://instagram.com/thaispadillacoaching
    Thais’ Group Program: https://www.facebook.com/groups/420214402183243/?ref=share

    Songs in this episode:

    Bang Sugar Bang – “Super Cool”
    Bang Sugar Bang – “Just Say Yes”


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    Cooper Gillespiehttp://gxrlpod.com
    Cooper is responsible for all the operations inside GXRL. She holds a BA in theatre from Smith College and an MFA in creative nonfiction from University of California, Riverside-Palm Desert. When she's not writing and editing, she's hosting the GXRL podcast, acting, and rocking out with her two bands LANDROID and Bang Sugar Bang.
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    Latest Posts

    Child Custody in the Time of Pandemia

    I am still raw from the March 13th sting when we, terrified by a novel virus, canceled classes at the high school where I teach -- where my youngest attends -- and floored it home without a backward glance, locked ourselves up tightly, and refused to open for friend and stranger both. I forced smiles for all the kids in my care, "What an adventure!" it said. We got this. I got this.

    Simply Insignificant

    Lately, I have been feeling a bit small. There are so many BIG concerns in the world right now that my life feels ... well ... unimportant.

    Maintaining is the New Thriving

    Don’t misunderstand me: Sierra’s death is in here, waiting, like lava bubbling deep inside a sleeping volcano. It will have its day, as such losses do, whether I want it or not.

    On predictions of death

    I am like him. When I am angry, my eyes flash contemptuously and I say nothing. I feel wrath and hatefulness and plan cruelty. It passes. I’m glad that is mostly all.
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