Jenna’s life has been anything but traditional. She grew up in secluded Frogmore, SC, and was raised by an entrepreneurial mother who had ruthless dedication to core values and work ethic. Spending most of her adult life submerged in the corporate world, Jenna finally took a leap of faith in 2014, leaving the corporate world behind and jumping straight into entrepreneurship.

Jenna landed in Greenville, SC, with her husband and three children in 2002, where they now strive to live life through their five senses. When her family is not busy with art, flag football, soccer, chorus, or baseball, they have dance parties, watch Clemson football, and plan family adventures.

On today’s episode, Jenna shares how good communication and relationships have a part to play in all areas of our lives, whether that be business or personal.

“I just followed my gut and that’s how I live my life. Following my gut, making decisions based on my instincts and learning from them as I go, and not using my head so much. I know that sounds so weird but it’s true.” – Jenna Spencer

Some topics that were discussed include:

  • How do you assist Entrepreneurs and Solopreneurs
  • What sets AssistPro apart from the competition
  • The importance in finding and keeping the right ‘right hand’ for you
  • Jenna’s wild career journey from Corporate Banking to being an Entrepreneur
  • The love for understanding people why they are the way they are
  • How she discovered the Secret Sauce in her business
  • Being a rebel with a cause
  • The ingredients that help people work together
  • “It’s like dating just in the professional sense”
  • How she manages family time and business
  • The short term pain for a long term gain
  • How to recharge your mind
  • One of the biggest challenges in Corporate Banking to Entrepreneurship
  • The system and process they use
  • Jenna’s favorite downtime activity
  • Who are the people she looks up to
  • Advice on investing in your business from the viewpoint of a corporate banker standpoint
  • “Feel the fear and do it anyway”
  • Top favorite books and movies
  • How to gain back confidence to keep going
  • 3 pieces of advice to Entrepreneurs

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