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Power of Why with Grace Pamela on the #SpeakEasy Podcast

A valuable lesson I learned in business was to make things clear because a confused mind will not buy. Even recently, I have seen that there are entrepreneurs that do not have clarity in their business.

You should be able to:

– Cleary say what you do
– Clearly say what you offer
– Clearly say who you serve
– Clearly state your boundariesThis is the shortlist but that clarity will help you to have a better customer journey and peace of mind. Without that clarity, you will find yourself swaying back and forth with each client. This is NOT the place where you want to be as an entrepreneur. EVER! In this episode, we spoke to Grace about her journey and how her why made her gain some clarity in her business.

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Grace’s nuggets:
– Focus is important and without it, the background will drown out what you want to focus on
– Have people around you that push you to come outside your comfort zone
– A gratifying part of the process is seeing the completed project – don’t quit
– Think outside the box and find how you can face change instead of fearing it


“Not anybody could be a photographer by just taking a snapshot, but anybody can be an artist” – Grace Pamela


I think we have seen evidence over time that no matter what resources you have…you can create art Being able to adapt and adjust gives you a different perspective on your gifts and talents. It strengthens you and that strength can carry you through the tougher moments in your journey. Do you know what you have to offer? Have you clearly evaluated your strengths?

Meet The #SpeakEasy Podcast Host Altovise:

Altovise is an introverted entrepreneur residing in the DMV that launched, stumbled, and learned how to manage entrepreneurship, motivational speaking, and being a single mom. Her failure led her to start conversations with CEOs and entrepreneurs about the good, the bad, and the ugly when you first start a business. (Or, when you first try to start a business) She has written and co-authored multiple best-selling books including her first book, “It’s Okay to Cry” – and now, in this podcast, Altovise brings you the conversations that can help female Entrepreneurs in the DMV to launch, stumble less and learn. Can you become a successful entrepreneur? New episodes on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.


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