Baby Shark for Business

When questioning your move, be a SHARK. 

Join George as he discusses the power of staying consistent and making continuous steps towards your goal. Just like a shark can’t swim backwards, George is sharing how to avoid a complete overhaul when sh*t hits the fan. 

Listen in to learn why…

  • An all-or-nothing mindset can cause you throw out gold.
  • Diving deeper to find opportunities of improvement will allow you to keep moving.
  • Progress is made from small steps, not drastic changes. 

As you navigate your journey, root into the baby shark mindset. Keep swimming, find momentum, anchor into your WHY.

Looking to dive deeper into mindset development? Check out the links below to listen to previous episodes.

How To Declutter Your Mind & Unlock The Secrets To Clarity With Jamie Smart

Uncovering Your Biggest Fear and Taking Your Power Back with Traver Boehm

Changing your identity and reality as your future self with Giulia Guerrier

Peeling Back the Layers: A Guide to Overcoming Trauma and Human BS with Dominey Drew 

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