Entrepreneur's Inner Game Podcast with Nina Cooke

#57: Milana Leshinsky: How To Grow Your Business With Simplicity

Milana LeshinskyMilana Leshinsky is the founder of The Simplicity Circle. She is the author of Coaching Millions and co-founder of JV Insiders Circle. She is also the creator of recurring revenue revolution and the inventor of telesummit. Originating from Soviet Ukraine, she came here 25 years ago as a classical musician with almost zero knowledge of the business world and now has almost built six-seven figure businesses. She is passionate about showing entrepreneurs how to use simplicity as a growth strategy.

Listen in as she talks about:

  • Why failure is never an option and why you should never quit
  • How to be resourceful and find a way to make it work
  • Choosing strategies and activities in business which brings you joy
  • What resources you need to grow your business and how to use them to get consistent growth
  • The importance of identifying and playing to your strengths and abilities to have more success
  • How to feel confident and comfortable about building strong business relationships
  • The way to handle difficult situations… this is crucial to keep moving forward
  • The essential steps of planning your day to get the most out of it
  • How to remove overwhelm by using simplicity as a growth strategy for your business

To find about Milana and her work, visit: Milana.com

Nina x

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