Jen Diaz is the real deal when it comes to coaching. She’s a mindset and success coach who I personally work with and she knows her stuff when it comes to overcoming the beliefs that are holding you back.
We talk about everything from mindset to Jen’s JAVA method (journaling, affirmations, visualization, action) and how you go about implementing it, how visualization actually works, how to improve your confidence when you’re just starting out, and so much more.
In this episode, you’ll hear…
04:04 - Why entrepreneurship pushes people to pursue personal development
08:14 - The JAVA Method
14:44 - The importance of understanding why you want what you want
19:19 - The benefits of visualization in entrepreneurship
23:57 - Using a journal to support yourself
30:15 - Finding your confidence
40:30 - How to overcome the fear of failure when you first start
51:47 - What to look for in a mindset and business coach
01:04:39 - Designing your dream life
01:10:10 - Tips on starting an email list
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