My guest this time around is Jill McAbe. Jill is a business coach, high-performance expert and Amazon best-selling author of It’s Go Time: The ALL-IN System For Unstoppable Success in Business and Life.This episode of the podcast is sponsored by Shippo. The #1 challenge for most e-commerce businesses? Shipping. And these days customers expect it to be flawless. That’s why you need Shippo. Whether you're a major retailer, or just getting started, you will save time and money, fulfill and ship at scale, and make returns easy for your customers with Shippo. Shippo is offering listeners of The Productivityist Podcast their best discount available anywhere - get a shipping consultation and Shippo Pro Plan 6 Month Trial - for FREE – at goshippo.com/timecrafting
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This episode is sponsored by the University of California Irvine Division of Continuing Education. Established in 1962, UCI offers education for adult learners in Orange County. But thanks to technology, their courses and certification programs in various fields are now available worldwide and online for just about anyone who's interested. You can get 15% off of one (1) course by visiting http://ce.uci.edu/productivityist
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. Her official residence is in Toronto, Canada; however, her dream business allows her to work from anywhere.
Jill and I spend time talking about what "go time" is, her insights on willpower (and whether or not they align with mine), and much more. It's always a pleasure to talk with a fellow Canadian, and speaking with Jill was no exception. I hope you enjoy our conversation as much as we did.
- What led Jill to think that this book needed to be out in the world? (0:53)
- Jill shares some tips to help you go from feeling uncertainty to feeling unstoppable (2:51)
- These are Jill's thoughts on willpower (23:39)
- What is something someone can do either mentally or systematically to prepare themselves for challenges and uncharted terrain? (28:25)
Quote"Your subconscious loves repetition." - Jill McAbeHelpful LinksTake my 30 Days of TimeCrafting fundamentals cours…
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