November 22, 2019

Amy Porterfield is an online wizard. Truly. She’s an online marketing expert, entrepreneur, a podcast host and you’re going to want to write down a lot of things she says in this episode. Amy talks about being plagued with the chronic cases of second guessing and shiny object syndrome and that feeling of not enoughness during the phase when she was going out on her own for the first time. She refers to when she was working with the big brands as being a yes girl, always wanting to please, desperate for approval, and then everything changed.

She’s become the go-to expert in the online training courses, and email list building fields. It’s amazing how much value she offers up in this episode. There are a lot of things that she says that you can take away and do literally today.

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