Kirsten Franklin How to Create Your Own Standards and Avoid Analysis Paralysis

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-gp6n6-13162ac

Kirsten Franklin, a recovering attorney turned life and business coach, shares her story of how she went from hating her job to becoming a successful entrepreneur despite the challenges she faced as a single mom. Why you should always set the bar high for yourself.

“You have to understand that you are having a conversation with or without your consent in your head, twenty-four seven and that conversation controls your outcomes.”

Kirsten Franklin is a recovering attorney turned life and business coach, but more so an entrepreneur. She is a startup founder and cofounder and owns several businesses. Kirsten is also on the advisory board and is the president of the board of directors of companies.

This is Kirsten Franklin’s story…

I’m a recovering attorney who made a shift to becoming a life and business coach. I understand what it’s like to have a big change in your career, and how it can feel like there’s a brick wall in front of you. I made the shift because I was forced to, after being sued and losing my job. I started my own business, and it was a success. I’ve learned that you have to have a conversation with yourself in your head, and that controls your outcomes. I also learned that you have to be understanding of yourself and others and that you have to make your standards first.

In this episode, you will learn the following:

1. What it really looks like to have a career change, and if it’s doable
2. What it feels like to make a shift in your career
3. The mindset behind making a successful career change

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