We have a very special episode for you this week!
We talked to a few of our guests from last season and asked them to share with us their goals and plans for 2022.
I think we can all agree that 2020 and 2021 were a little bit off-kilter.
I'm so interested to hear everybody's thoughts and insights for the year ahead - send me a note at email@example.com.
Until then, check out how these three entrepreneurs are tackling 2022!
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Welcome to the Small Business Big mindset podcast, where we dive into tactical strategies to grow your business. And to make an impact on this world. A huge part of success is keeping your mindset and vision on track. So this is a major part of our process. And this podcast. Let's do this. Hi, Erin here. Welcome to the Small Business Big mindset podcast. We have a very special episode for you this week. We talked to a few of our guests from last season and asked them what were their goals and plans for 2022. I think we can all agree that 2020 and 2021 are a little bit crazy. So we are really interested to hear everybody's kind of thoughts and insights for 2022. So here's just a select few guests from that season. Enjoy.Unknown:
Everyone. This is Andrew renkon, owner and operator of cargoes pizza and pasta, Korea and the Christmas food truck out here in Lakeway, Texas. As we get ready to put 2021 behind us and look forward to 2022 I feel like there's a lot to be excited for. Of course, post pandemic business environment will be nice, but that's not the only thing that we want to get out of 2022. So, you know come next year, we are very excited to be able to make some equipment upgrades to our brick and mortar restaurant in Lakeway. As we'll be adding some fancy new pizza ovens that will help us increase speed and total production capacity. So we're super pumped. My name is Matt zon I am a Story Strategist. And what I'm excited about in 2022 is launching my stories with traction tour. I will be speaking in 30 cities across the United States focused on how people can utilize strategic storytelling to be more persuasive, more inspirational and memorable. I cannot wait for 2022 Hello, it's Nancy Gao Mirko again from little monster.com. And I'll spell it for you. It's li l m o n. S t o.com. I'm an author and illustrator, children's books self published hoping to get a publishing deal one day, I wanted to kind of share my goals for 2022. I have some modest income goals, trying to reach what I was doing when I was a sound technician. I'm trying to post two to four new offerings on my print on demand sites every week. I'm trying to increase my Instagram followers by triple I'm taking training three times a week as a target to hit that the main thing I changed this year when I added to my goals is I'm trying to make someone happy each day. So if I find someone on Facebook that's having a hard time, maybe they've lost a pet. I'll take a photograph of that pet and draw them something or manipulate it and Victor cue and then enhance it. But one way or the other some way through my artwork. I'm trying to make just one person happy every day. I figure that's really really important. So thank you for letting me share these goals. Again. I'm Nancy, from li l m o n s t o.com low monster.com You guys have a great day and be kind to one another byErin Geiger:
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