Pivoting, Preparing, Producing & Prospering With Nancy Juetten & Bettina Carey

In today’s video conversation between Bettina Carey and Nancy Juetten, we talk about how to pivot, prepare, produce, and prosper in challenging times and offer some practical gifts to help you get the job done.

During this engaging conversation packed with stories from the trenches of real life, you’ll be inspired to:

• Share your message VIRTUALLY with podcast and radio hosts and other people who have influence so you can serve and inspire even more people than ever before – especially while you are ‘sheltering in place’;
• Shift gears to meet new and urgent needs in the marketplace and in your own family;
• Produce tools and resources to guide others to navigate epic times; and
• Take advantage of practical gifts you can access right now to support your progress.

Sizzling Speaker Sheet Gift Template

Get Your Act Together Getting Started Template

Please post comments below to share the action steps you will take as a result of tuning in to this conversation! We’ll gladly circle back and cheer you on.

Nancy’s Bio:

Nancy Juetten is no stranger to pivoting and preparing to prosper during challenging times. When the Great Recession hit, her public relations firm crashed. She was forced to find a new way to serve quickly so she had enough money to pay the mortgage. She created her popular book Bye-Bye Boring Bio on a dare from a friend.  That book saved her bacon when she really needed to bring it home and became the foundation for a successful online business that grew despite her discomfort with technology. When ‘real life’ hit the fan for close friends and her own family in 2018, she and her husband Steve created the Life Goes On Roadmap system for personal financial information to help families escape the drama, trauma and chaos of finding crucial documents and personal financial information at the worst possible times.  Guiding entrepreneurs and families to prepare for opportunities has been a common theme throughout Nancy’s career. She’s the first to say that challenging times can be the catalyst to step into your finest hour of service, if you can just shift your mindset and get to work.

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