MF 033 : How Jenny Beres Overcame Trauma, Perfection Syndrome and a $75 Bank Account to Create a Lif
Updated: Jun 16
Jenny Beres went from $75 in her bank account to a six-figure a year coaching business. Jenny’s secret to success is simple. Instead of trying to mold yourself into 100 different things that traditional careers do, why not focus on the 100 things you’re good at and develop a business around them. As inspiration, Jenny cites Tim Ferriss, author of the best selling The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape the 9 – 5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich (paperback) | Kindle edition as one of her biggest influences. When asked the tired cocktail party question, “so what do you do,” Ferris will often provide authentic and unexpected answers, such as “I tango” or “I run cross-country” rather than a verbal business card. It is this raw, unabashed and thoughtful response to a question too often asked on auto-pilot, that Jenny has embraced as the ultimate mantra for her own career.
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