Jun 9, 2015
Episode 18 – in this episode of Fresh Tracks we speak with Nancy Marmolejo on the subject of talent and genius. Nancy shares why knowing both your talent and genius are important to the very survival of your business. Your talent and genius not only serve as a beacon to your ideal clients, but allows you to make your work more fulfilling. With 8 out of 10 businesses failing in the first 18 months, Nancy believes failing to communicate your unique value is why so many great businesses are unsuccessful. Nancy believes everyone has a unique combination of life experience and natural strengths, which we’ve had since we were kids, which make us who we are today. In today’s world people are craving authenticity.
As you find your genius you are really finding your true self
and leading with it. Nancy’s background growing up in an
entrepreneurial family and working as an inner city teacher really
shaped how she is today and how her unique gifts allows her to see
other people’s talent and genius. Not living from your talent and
genius costs you money, happiness and prevents you from living an
1:44 – Why knowing your genius is important to the survival of your business
7:07 -- How to find your talent and genius and how to be a beacon to your ideal clients
8:52 – The main thing that stops us from bringing our talent and genius into the world
12:05 -- The cost of NOT living and working from your talent and genius
15:07 -- What’s possible if you are fully tapped in to your gifts
About Nancy Marmolejo
Nancy Marmolejo can see your genius and show you how to position it in the marketplace. Her proven methods not only dig deeply into who you are as a person, but connect to the very success of your business. That’s what she calls The Intersection of Talent and Genius (T.A.G.)
In business since 2003, Nancy has won numerous awards for
business innovation, contribution, and achievement. She’s been
featured in 5 books (and counting!), has over 100 media credits to
her name and maintains a great reputation in her industry as a
thought leader. Her own talent and genius draw from a fascinating
upbringing in a family business, a first career as an inner-city
school teacher, an ongoing quest for spiritual growth, and an
insatiable sense of curiosity.
All work and no play is not part of Nancy’s genius plan. When she’s not coaching and mentoring others, Nancy can be found living an inspired life with her amazing family and a very large orange cat.
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