Are you a budding entrepreneur? Are you noodling with the idea of creating a company that will make a difference? Where do you start? What are lessons you can learn from? Why not hear from successful trendsetters?

You’ll want to listen in to this interview that I did (and enjoyed!) for the Planning Your Leap podcast.

I have reinvented myself and my career many times. Part of it was to survive, but most of it was to thrive.

Before finding success as a Feng Shui master, I lived a disciplined corporate life while simultaneously pursuing Feng Shui. As Vice President of a Fortune 100 company, I oversaw 65,000 workstations and 2,500 servers. I’ve worked command centers for the NY terrorist attack, Hurricanes Lili & Isidore, the Ft. Worth tornado, and more.

So why did I leap from corporate America into (my own) business, and how did I do it? Instead of searching for possibilities, I manifested them. Questions the host, Melin Isa, may ask include:

  • What motivated you to start a business in the first place?
  • Did you start the business on the side or dive in full-time?
  • What were the first few steps that you took?
  • How did you find your clients?
  • What was that moment when you realized you really can make a good living from your business?
  • How do you generate revenue today?
  • What type of people did you surround yourself with at the beginning compared to now?
  • You had a view of what you thought owning a business would be like. Has that view changed?
  • Has there been a low point in your entrepreneurial journey? What did you do to get back on track? What did you learn from that experience?
  • Out of the many successes you’ve had, is there one that stands out the most? How did you achieve it?
  • What are your strengths and weaknesses as an entrepreneur?
  • Share a personal habit that contributes to your success.
  • If you were to write a letter to your pre-entrepreneur self, what would you say?
  • What advice would you give to someone who is starting their journey into entrepreneurship?

You can access this interview here. For more Planning Your Leap podcasts, visit this link. These are also available on iTunes along with other informative interviews.