My guest today, Heather Thorkelson, is an entrepreneur through and through. There’s no going back to a 9-5 job for her. But, she’s also been through a few failures and she’s here to talk about what she’s learned through her journey.
Heather Thorkelson is a Canadian business coach and consultant living in rural Sweden. She has been living internationally for almost three decades and working as a coach for incurable entrepreneurs since 2010. She also owns a boutique polar travel agency – Twin Tracks Expeditions – as well as co-owns an arctic ship management company. Her first book, “No Plan B: A Handbook for Incurable Entrepreneurs and other Rebellious Souls” was published in October 2020 and is quickly becoming a go-to resource for business owners who can never go back to the 9-5.
On this episode, you’ll learn about why failure is essential for growth as well as…
- Heather’s own relationship to failure
- How to deal with the negative voice in your head
- Heather’s take on ‘getting outside the comfort zone to succeed’
- Heather’s ethical approach to marketing
- and much more…
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