Entrepreneur's Inner Game Podcast with Nina Cooke

#41: Nathan Hirsch – The Mindset Of Thinking And Playing Big

Nathan HirschNathan Hirsch is an entrepreneur and an eCommerce, Amazon, Customer Service, and Online Remote Hiring Expert. He is the founder and CEO of FreeeUp, a marketplace connecting business owners to freelancers in the digital marketing world. He has spent the last 8+ years developing unique systems for hiring remote workers and is now helping thousands of businesses find the perfect team members to grow their profits.

Listen in as he talks about:

  • How to build strong relationships to have a more successful business
  • How to become comfortable coming out of your comfort zone
  • How to get more leads in business
  • Why thinking courageously is crucial to success
  • How to take care of your clients so they stay with you
  • How to deal with your setbacks and come out stronger
  • The essential Questions you must ask to solve your problems
  • How to find a solution to your problem and commit to it
  • His mindset of playing big and taking full advantage of all opportunities

Find out more about Nathan and his work at LinkedIn, FreeeUp.com and https://timeclock.freeeup.com/public/signup?a=91efc434-75a4-46e5-94bb-318a2dfe5907.

Nina x

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