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Entrepreneurship is not for the faint of heart.

Often times, it goes something like this. You notice something missing in this world and you say to yourself, “Hey! I can do that (or do it better).” BOOM. An entrepreneur is born.

Entrepreneurs think differently than others. We see a problem or an area that can be improved or notice something missing and once noticing it; we are compelled to take action. Not to say that others don’t take action, they do, and often not in the same way or with the same intensity.

Being an entrepreneur means lots of late nights and early mornings, lots of coffee, and lots of responsibility. In working to nurture our ventures, we tend to neglect ourselves and yet we know that we cannot serve from an empty vessel.

This is how The Business of Behavior was born. It is a supportive space on our Facebook group and the podcast The Business of Behavior (link to podcast page) to provide support as you’re driving, walking your dog, or working out and the ability to schedule some time with me to get support in taking steps towards your entrepreneurial goals without sacrificing your own self care.

As an entrepreneur with multiple businesses and multiple streams of income and being a licensed psychologist and Board Certified Behavior Analyst – Doctoral, I am in a unique position to provide support to other entrepreneurs who may be feeling stressed out, anxious, frustrated, confused, tired, lonely, and any mixture of those.

Take the first step, now, to getting closer towards your business goals while maintaining your personal wellness.

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