On today’s episode, we get an inside take from Amanda Boleyn, founder and CEO of She Did It Her Way, about how she retrained her brain to create a business that works for her. In it, we talk about her process of creating new neural pathways, working with Imposter Syndrome, and readjusting her relationship with time so that she can be much more productive. Join us for these practical tips, plus a little inspo for your Tuesday morning!
Amanda Boleyn is the founder and CEO of She Did It Her Way. Shortly after two years in Corporate America post-undergrad, Amanda took a leap and moved from West Des Moines, IA to Chicago, IL. She became a full-time freelancer, traveling the globe delivering sales, marketing, leadership development, and employee training with large organizations. Some companies include JP Morgan, att, Weight Watchers, Intel, University of Kansas Medical Center, and others.
Amanda first launched She Did It Her Way podcast in January 2015 and has consistently been ranked as one of the top-resources for female entrepreneurs by Inc.com, Forbes, Entrepreneur.com, Huffington Post, and many others. She Did It Her Way’s coaching programs and platform help women navigate the transition from corporate cubicle to becoming their own boss.
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