Fuel Your Fire, Friends!
If the pandemic taught us anything, it’s that nothing is meant to last. From trouble in the work force, to starting anew or having discovered a new passion, keeping your momentum going isn’t always as easy. Today, I chat with Liese Gardner about how we need to cut ourselves some slack sometimes, rest and reset. We dive into the reality of pursuing something new and all the fear that comes along with it. Liese gives her fascinating insight on overcoming obstacles we may face as well as some neat tricks to keep your spark flaring. So grab your coffee and your tea and let’s talk it out.
Grab your coffee, grab your tea, let’s talk it out!
About Liese Gardner
Liese Gardner has spent three decades doing what she loves – helping creative entrepreneurs build successful businesses by focusing on what differentiates them – their passion. She believes that a business built on passion is the secret to longevity, growth, and most important, happiness.
Focused, collaborative and helpful, Liese’s background as a magazine editor has made her especially adept at pinpointing, clarifying and amplifying her clients’ messages with a marketing framework she calls Brand Therapy. Through content-driven marketing she has helped hundreds of top brands grow and thrive, and consistently increase exposure and awareness in their marketplaces and build revenue and sales.
Losing the Spark
The Fear Aspect
Celebrity What If’s
Reigniting Your Passion
Pay Attention to Yourself
Connect with Liese
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Title Track Voiceover: Melissa Disney
Editor: M. Lynn
Photos: Courtney Paige Ray
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