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Over it – with Kristan & Suzanne

Over-it is the podcast for those who are done over-doing, over-consuming, over-working, and over-giving – it’s time to become self-focused and finally take care of you!

Join Kristan and Suzanne as they share valuable tools for getting sh*t done that you want to get done, saying Yes to yourself and No to others, and finally taking small steps towards whole-hearted acceptance.

Join us as we explore the connection between our physical body and your mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. 

This week:

Failing to plan with Suzy Wraines

March 8, 2023 – 49 min 

As the age old adage goes, failing to plan means planning to fail and this is the topic of today’s episode, where we are joined by Suzy Wraines.

Suzy is an Entrepreneur Coach, who has dedicated her career to helping women transition from a medical career to starting a successful online business. With over 10 years of experience in both human and veterinary medicine, Suzy understands the challenges that come with leaving a healthcare profession and entering the entrepreneurial world.

Tune in today for…

  • Why do we resist planning?  Whether it be in business or life many of us resist planning, and more importantly how do we overcome this resistance?
  • Tools that we can use to help us plan, from simple google calendar to Suzy’s business planner workbook.
  • Planning made simple – make a choice and evaluate the results.
  • Planning is like going to the dentist, if you get regular check ups (aka do regular reviews) it’s a lot less work then if you ignore your problems and end up needing a root canal!

How to connect with Suzy: 

Website: suzywraines.com

Podcast: anchor.fm/suzy-wraines

Workbook: https://suzywraines.com/page/starting-a-business-plan-workbook


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