1032: Charging into buildings ON FIRE is how Jen McDonough gets out of her comfort zone

In her roles as a speaker, coach, & Amazon Top 100 author, Jen… aka The Iron Jen, motivates audiences to overcome their obstacles. Jen paid off over $212k worth of debt & medical expenses in four years, is an 8-time national weightlifter, 2-time US Olympic Festival medal winner, Ironman triathlete, and most recently passed her firefighter 1 and 2 certifications. Fire Nation, despite all this, Jen admits she still needs to get over her fear of tight spaces, heights, and fire.

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1031: How to start and dominate your business on Amazon with Matt Ward

Matt is a physical product entrepreneur and the crowdfunding expert behind Art of the Kickstart, a podcast and blog on all things crowdfunding. While traveling the world he coaches crowdfunding campaigns, private labels products, and is working on his own Kickstarter, Shido Stand – the first laptop case and stand desk in one for better health and productivity on the go.

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My Daily Ritual (JLD)

Hi Fire Nation!

I get a LOT of questions about my morning ritual, routine, habit – whatever you want to call it ;) – and so I’m here to share in detail what that looks like.

After listening to potentially hundreds of EOFire interviews with today’s most successful entrepreneurs, perhaps you’ve noticed a theme: rituals, routines and habits are among some of the most sacred and powerful things entrepreneurs point to when asked questions like, “What types of behaviors have helped you get to where you are today?

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How to make the things YOU do in your business most efficient

Now that we’ve covered the 3 Steps to creating any system or process in your business, including taking inventory, writing out the steps, and determining efficiencies, let’s really dive into how this impacts YOU and your time.

In Step 3, we talked about determining efficiencies by way of assigning a category to each step on our list. We either decided to automate, delegate or batch each of the steps in our process in order to make that process most efficient.
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