Touching the life of a child is a chance to make an impact on the future. When young minds are filled with empowering messages, radical acceptance, and lots of encouragement, they develop a mindset of growth. Having a hand in that is pretty rewarding.
Best-selling author, CEO of ML Publishing, and Guinness World Record holder, Miriam Laundry joins Melissa to talk about her inspirational work as a writer and publisher of children’s books. Miriam’s story of seizing opportunities, believing in yourself, and scaling a business in spite of a pandemic is truly remarkable.
You may be shocked to discover that becoming an author can transform your business in unique and exciting ways. Do you have a story that’s just begging to be told?
Topics discussed in this episode:
- pivotal moments
- business opportunities
- starting your business
- scaling your business
- hire for growth
- cultivating your team
- believing in yourself
- investments in community
- publishing children’s books
- children’s books author
- evolving through adversity
- writing a book
Links & Resources:
Chicken Soup for the Soul – Jack Canfield
The Success Principles – Jack Canfield
The Language of Leadership with Shane Hipps – https://www.livethefreelife.co/podcasts/burnout-to-all-out-podcast/episodes/2147798385
FREE WRITING RESOURCE: CHILDREN’S BOOK BLUEPRINT
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