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Kathleen Lawson

Episode 62: Take Action to Find Clarity with Kathleen Lawson

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Take action to find clarity. That’s what Kathleen Lawson, business strategies for mission-driven entrepreneurs, talks about on this episode of Engaging Voices.

This Weeks Engaging Voice:
Kathleen Lawson
Business Strategist

Show Notes:
Kathleen Lawson collaborates with mission-driven entrepreneurs in bringing their ideas to life through practical planning, processes and systems, and accountability.

With a background in the corporate sector, non-profit, direct sales, and small business, and an MBA from Babson College, her perspective and experience helps business owners achieve their goals while staying focused on their own zone of genius.

Kathleen is the proud mom of five boys, and she and her family live in Foxborough, MA.

On this episode Stacey and Kathleen talk about…

  • What Kathleen wanted to be when she grew up and how that plays out today (1:30)
  • Career transitions and why she started her business (5:28)
  • Overcoming challenges: “selling yourself”, finding clients and managing your mindset (10:50)
  • On managing energy and personal well-being (18:24)
  • Business changes due to the pandemic (21:00)
  • Final insight – you can’t think your way to clarity (32:00)
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About the Shed The Formality Podcast

For leaders & entrepreneurs who are great at what they do yet lack skills or confidence to sell their OWN ideas.

Tune in to the archives as Stacey Shipman and her guests share stories and insights on getting out of your own way, promoting your work, networking, leadership, handling adversity and more.

Listen to the archives on the Dropbox folder.