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How To Fail-Fast and Why It Is Essential

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Are you thinking, "fail-fast?! No thank you - I'll pass on that!!" Of course -- we all want to avoid failing in business or with our books. But it is important to know what "fail-fast" means - and why is it so very-very important right now.

In this show, I'll explain the "fail-fast" concept, why it works FOR you, and how to approach your offerings with new expectations so you can create better results. 

 

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Molly McCord, M.A., is a bestselling indie author of tenbooks, intuitive business coach, radio show host, and modern consciousness teacher. With over 25 years of business experience in sales, marketing, strategy, and online development, Molly has worked with hundreds of clients in 20 countries who are connecting with their life purpose and bigger dreams. 

Over 50,000 copies of her books have been downloaded globally. Her debut memoir, The Art of Trapeze: One Woman's Journey of Soaring, Surrendering, and Awakening, hit #1 in 2 Amazon categories within 3 days. The Art of Trapeze is the first book in her Awakening Consciousness Series, followed by The Modern Heroine’s Journey of Consciousness, in which she integrates Joseph Campbell’s hero’s journey with spiritual growth and feminine experiences.  

Molly has a B.A. in Political Science and Women’s Studies, and a Master’s degree in International Relations and Diplomacy as a formal channel for understanding Global Consciousness with a Jungian perspective.

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