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Reclaim Your Freedom

By Shirley Dalton

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Do you want to learn and apply what other successful business owners, entrepreneurs and leaders do to create a business and a lifestyle they love? If so, Reclaim Your Freedom is for YOU. Many business owners start their business because they are good at what they do. They are great technicians, working in the business, with little experience leading and managing people or running a successful business. Many find themselves trapped, unable to take time off, feeling stressed because they have little time and money or feeling like a workaholic with money but no time. Shirley and her guests open their hearts and share their experiences and proven systems and strategies so you can create your ideal business lifestyle, whether that means scaling, growing and expanding your business or being able to comfortably step away from the business for a day, a week or more and know it will still run smoothly without you.

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Plugs Info Gap for Business Owners

Most business owners (including me) start a company because we excel at a skill or service. However, we often don't have a clue about how to run a business. Shirley Dalton helps plug that knowledge gap with these informative and useful interviews with business leaders from many fields. Guests talk about steps they've taken to make their firms thrive and mistakes they've made, too.

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