The trap of blaming external factors

Jessi Park

The trap of blaming external factors. In this episode Judith Germain speaks to Jessi Park who is a serial entrepreneur about the trap of blaming external factors on our own failures and shortcomings when failure always comes from within. By avoiding the trap Jessi has written $16m in business for her ever expanding insurance business that she built from scratch. Jessi shares the need to model the success of others.

They also discuss the importance of structure in your business and what it takes to break free from what is holding us back and turn that into a strength.

Listen up to the rest of the conversation and learn from Jessi on what it takes to be a success in business.

Jessi Park can be found on LinkedIn here. Her website is here.

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Judith Germain is the Leading Authority on Maverick Leadership and has been defining Mavericks as wilfully independent people since 2005. She empowers business owners, leaders, the C-Suite and organisations to thrive in complex, constantly changing environments. She is a consultant, mentor, trainer and speaker. Judith is also the Founder of the Maverick Paradox and Maverick Paradox Media. She is HRZone's Leadership Columnist, a Brainz 500 Influential Leader and author of The Maverick Paradox: The Secret Power Behind Successful Leaders. Her expert opinion is sought after by national press, radio and trade press. Judith is also Editor of The Maverick Paradox Magazine, Host of the Maverick Paradox Podcast, and The Maverick Paradox @ KLDR Online Leadership Development Radio. Do you know how influential you are? Invest 5 mins of your time and take the Scorecard to find out: https://amplify your influence.score Click the contact us button to find out how to hire Judith, or ask her to appear on your show or in your publication.


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