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MF 038 : Why Creating Compost is a Prerequisite to Success (or How I Learned to Get Out of My Own Wa




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Co-host and entrepreneur, John Lim, interviews speaker | journalist | podcaster | coach | entrepreneur and founder of Geeta Nadkarni | Baby Got Booked, Geeta Nadkarni.  Geeta will mesmerize you with her rawly authentic candor; sharing how the challenges of first start-up attempts, motherhood, and overcoming doubt from her own family, led her to create a highly successful business that is making a difference in the lives of others.  Geeta shares the secret that most marketing coaches miss: traction comes from diving into the media ocean, not the “social media pond.”  Moreover, Geeta provides some strong medicine to those who are struggling to find their passion: do the one thing that “terrifies you the most” to start moving forward.  A powerhouse ninja and tour de force, Geeta is one of those rare individuals that will not simply inspire you but challenge you to find your best self.

Resources:

  1. Geeta Nadkarni

  2. Baby Got Booked (get a free gift)

  3. Baby Got Booked Podcast (iTunes)

  4. Baby Got Booked Podcast (Stitcher Radio)

  5. EOFire

Connect with Geeta:

  1. Contact Geeta

Recs & Reads:

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In MF 038, co-host John Lim, interviews all around powerhouse, Geeta Nadkarni, on her journey from journalist to entrepreneur.  As a writer and aficionado of great stories, Geeta has some excellent shares with Moving Forward listeners, including Stephen King’s On Writing (paperback) | Kindle edition; a major influence in Geeta’s early days as a journalist, especially when it comes to the “discipline of creating the craft.”  Geeta also cites Steven Pressfield’s Do the Work (paperback) | Kindle edition, as a great primer on separating your responsibility as a writer from its perceived value in society.  Finally, Geeta recommends Immaculée Ilibagiza’s Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust (paperback) | Kindle edition, as the ultimate reminder that even through the most tragic and bleak situations imaginable, you can rise up and find the power to shift your anger and fear towards empowerment and self-nourishment in order to fulfill a greater promise.

In addition, ‘Moving Forward’ listeners can get two free audio books from Audible (details here).



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