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Podcast: Jenny Hardman

By Oct 16, 2020 No Comments

Jenny struggled through domestic abuse, depression and bankruptcy. You would think that all these challenges would break her and turn her into a bitter and resentful person. But in fact, it did the exact opposite.

She was determined to get back up on her own two feet. Jenny found fulfillment in helping other businesses succeed and she soon ventured into public speaking as well. To date, she has helped many business owners find their way and increase their income by at least 150%.

Currently, Jenny is loud and proud of her struggles and how she overcame them. She hopes people can break free from their darkest moments in life as well.

Today’s conversation is all about the importance of mindset and how that alone can drastically change the course of our lives. Jenny tells us that getting out of a bad place in our life is, yes, difficult, but completely possible as long as you take everything one step at a time and focus on small day-to-day achievements.

“You are your own biggest bullet.” — Jenny Hardman

 Some topics that were discussed include:

  • Why we think no one understands us
  • How to get out of “the swamp” of negativity
  • Asking yourself the right questions to turn your life around
  • Reframing your thoughts
  • The importance of journaling
  • Taking small steps to get out of depression
  • Life during the pandemic

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