304: Diane Helbig: A Lady Not Just Seizing The Day, But Every Second Too
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Todays guest on Join Up Dots could have been taken straight from that classic movie “Dead Poets Society” as her mantra in life and her company name is “Seize This Day”
“Carpe Diem” is the way forward if you want to have a kick ass life, both personally and professionally.
And our guest has demonstrated that everyday as after a successful 20 years in sales and business development she took the experience that she has gained and took the leap of faith.
In early 2006, she launched her coaching practice where she helps individuals and small business to see the opportunities all around them, and bound over the obstacles that they may see as game stoppers.
She provides common sense approach to the sales process, and ultimately builds confidence into everyone that she meets
She is a public speaker, coach, radio host, author and go getter, and seems to me loves her life, and the value she is providing to the world.
So what was the point in her life when she knew that she had enough experience to leave the comfort of a steady salary, and go it alone.
And does she see more and more of the employees of the world getting itchy feet to go out and do there own thing, or is it still a case that people will cling to employment no matter how unhappy it is making them.
Well lets find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots with the one and only, Diane Helbig.
During the episode we discussed such weighty topics such as:
How she knows in life that there are things that you can do something about and those things that you cant..so wont worry about the latter.
How it is so important to get rid of the Debbie downers in life, and to start surrounding yourself in success and belief.
How she lost control of her life when she started her entrepreneurial route and struggled to reclaim her working hours.
How she can see how so much of her life was based around the relationship building that she developed moving so many times as a child.
How she can see that her big dot in her life was being the middle child in her family, where she was forced to learn the skills of listening and observing.
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