Jun 12, 2018
Angie Lee is a friend of mine who has been on an incredible journey that I’d like to share with you. Apart from being a dog-mom to Meatball, Angie is a serial entrepreneur. She started her business as a health coach, eventually moved into business coaching, and is now a full-time podcaster, focused on teaching marketing and sales to wellness professionals. Angie is currently writing her first book and is hosting an event in October—Pays to Be Brave, the ultimate business breakthrough and female empowerment weekend, designed to help women rewrite their stories about business and success.
Sounds like she’s figured it all out, right? It wasn’t an easy path for her to walk and she has taken a lot of leaps of faith—deciding to quit college with $100k in debt, taking the leap of faith to focus on growing her online business; dealing with anxiety and panic attacks—these are just some of the things Angie had to overcome to get to where she is today. And like the rest of us, she still has her struggles.
Angie shares her experiences with breaking the rules and creating new rules for herself to put her on the path of success, as well as the key role that mindset plays in constraining you or setting you free. I’d love for you to listen to this great, super down-to-earth and real episode to hear some of Angie’s insights that may help you to redefine your life.
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RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE
Shadowlight Podcast “Episode 10: Mindset Matters with Mike Lee”
Connect with Angie Lee:
Facebook: AngieLee Pod Squad
Podcast: Angie Lee Show
“I just knew I didn’t want to get out and be a dietitian. Why was I wasting my time and my money there?”
“School really doesn’t ... encourage creativity, doesn’t encourage being a self-starter. It doesn’t encourage entrepreneurship.”
“I got a very clear download from God or the universe just saying ‘Leave. You’re not supposed to be here and you’ll figure it out, just like you figured everything else out.’”
“There's rules in life but there's no rules.”
“Your brain doesn’t know the difference between the perception and the reality. So if you set the rules, it lives up to those rules.”