Highlights of This Episode:
- How an unexpected email made Breanne realize that she could make courses and start helping people
- What Breanne did to overcome her aversion to taking risks and experimenting
- Why the “hack first” mentality is actually making us less effective
- How perfectionism and the curse of expertise are keeping us from being more effective and prolific teachers
- Why you have to let go of your expertise to become a better expert
- How the pursuit of craftsmanship and excellence is always a pursuit worth doing
“The truth is, stuff isn’t always going to be easy.” –Breanne Dyck (Click to share – thanks!)
About Breanne Dyck:
Breanne Dyck is a strategist, coach, and consultant who helps microbusinesses grow their revenues and their impact by applying the principles of adult learning.
While others focus on online marketing, instructional design, business strategy, or product development, Breanne’s expertise brings them all seamlessly together, resulting in a uniquely personalized, results-based approach. Her clients are speakers, authors, coaches, consultants, and other microbusiness owners who want to be known for achieving world-class results for their businesses and their customers.
Breanne has consulted on flagship products and programs, CreativeLive courses, live events, and workshops for thought leaders, including New York Times bestselling author Chris Guillebeau and Amazon bestselling authors Natalie Sisson and Tara Gentile.
Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Chris Guillebeau
- Natalie Sisson
- Tara Gentile
- World Domination Summit
- The Small Business Life Cycle
- Bloom’s taxonomy
- Mark Silver
- Breanne Dyck
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