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Saying Yes and No to What Matters Most with Jess Dewell
Episode 2020th July 2022 • Welcome To Eloma • Kiley Peters
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Being an entrepreneur is all about making things happen. But part of making things happen is knowing when to say yes...and when to say no. In this episode of the Welcome to Eloma podcast, Kiley is joined by Jess, and they talk about the importance of saying yes and no to what matters most.

Jess is a successful entrepreneur and business coach, and she shares her insights on how to prioritize your time and energy so that you can focus on what's truly important. If you're an entrepreneur, or if you're considering becoming one, this episode is a must-listen!

Highlights:

07:59 - If we’re recognizing our past or the action that we’ve done in the past, it sets up where we are right now.

19:05 - I can exert influence based off of what I see the opportunity to be right now with clarity.

32:45 - These are the things that must get done to move forward with purpose. That intentional action.

41:57 - It truly is what you make of it and the effort that you put into it and at the same time what you think is only the tip of the iceberg.

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LinkedIn: Linkedin.com/in/jessicadewell/ + Linkedin.com/company/6414906

Twitter: @ess_dewell

Facebook: jessica.dewell + RedDirectionConsulting

Instagram: @jess_dewell

Pinterest: jess_dewell

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Instagram: @welcometoeloma

Website: WelcometoEloma.com

Weekly Email Newsletter: bit.ly/RIXEmail 


Connect with Kiley

Social: @kileypeters + Linkedin.com/in/kileypeters

Websites: RAYNEIX.com , BrainchildStudios.com, KileyPeters.com

Weekly Email Newsletter: bit.ly/RIXEmail

Email: info@rayneix.com 


Jess Dewell’s Bio 

Jess Dewell is Founder and CEO of Red Direction and brings over 20 years of advising, consulting, and facilitation experience in operational strategy and organizational culture where values and purpose intersect. Both practical and unexpected, her views tune into to the uniqueness of your organization. Companies working closely with Jess learn to ask the right questions and think effectively on their feet.



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