If you’re an entrepreneur looking for advice on how to make changes in your life, this episode is for you. We’ll go through the solution so that you can find success, happiness, and fulfillment.
“When something like that happens to you, you waste no time crying in your soup.”
Judy Balloff is a New York Life agent and author with eight careers, two husbands, and 14 cities under her belt. Judy is a wealth of experience and wisdom, and she shares her tips for transitioning through different passages in life on the Speak Easy podcast.
This is Judy Balloff’s story…
Judy has had an interesting life, to say the least. She’s had eight careers, two husbands, and has lived in 14 different cities. She’s currently a New York life agent and author. Judy has learned a lot from her various experiences, but one of the most important things she’s learned is the importance of transitions. She says that it’s important to understand what passage of life you’re in and to find a career that fits that stage. Additionally, she advises entrepreneurs to always give 110% and to never stop learning new skills. Judy also says that when something negative happens, you should waste no time crying in your soup. Instead, you should look for the opportunity in the situation. Right now, Judy is focusing on her writing and her new book, which is all
In this episode, you will learn the following:
1. The importance of always giving 110% and going the extra mile
2. The value of staying busy and networking when looking for a new job
3. The powerful impact of the universal law of giving and receiving
[00:00:00] – Judy is a guest on the Speak Easy podcast. Today she shares her experience and wisdom with the listeners. She believes it can be useful in entrepreneurial journey and life journey. Judy believes that a closed door does not mean the end of the world and that we can keep going.
[00:01:00] – Judy is currently a New York life agent and an author. She’s been in eight different careers, two husbands, and lived in 14 cities. She had a nursing career. She was an OB nurse, a surgical nurse, an allergy nurse, and then a stay-at-home mom. She met the wife of the CEO of Bradley’s, which closed down ten years ago. Now she wants to buy the business and start her own. In Passages, you have to stay busy and learn new skills. Passages’ fourth rule for entrepreneurs is always to give 110% and go the extra mile. Passage’s father worked in banking for 27 years. He had open-heart surgery in 2015 and had five strokes. Judy is looking for a job. She took a commission job with the Best Life Insurance Company, and she’s been top six in the company. She wants to start a podcast. Bob Proctor wrote the forward to Judy’s book. Judy wants to write a book about the 12 universal laws. There is a universal law of giving and receiving which is relevant for business owners. Graham’s son rocky struggled with depression and PTSD for years. Graham helped Rocky get back on the positive road and he invented a barbecue sauce. Graham wrote a 32-page mini-book on thought control. Judy Balloff has written a book about how to control your thoughts and not lose your temper. She is also a certified Napoleon Hill instructor. She will be announcing her new class, flipping the script on negativity and the second class will be called “the science of success”.
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