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(0:25) Welcome back to Earn Your Happy. Today, Lori is joined by Lindsey Schwartz for another Living Room Session episode.
(2:59) Question #1: I want to do a two-day summit next April. Where do I start?
(8:33) Question #2: Is it bad to feel guilty to want to make money when I know I’m helping people?
(11:07) Question #3: How did you overcome that extreme imposter syndrome when you were transitioning into a new career?
(16:21) Question #4: What was the most recent ‘aha’ moment that you had? And what are you doing in your life or your business because of that?
(22:39) Question #5: How are you able to stay grounded and stay focused to keep moving forward when you’re in unfamiliar territory from a financial standpoint?
(30:14) Question #6: Do you have some sort of ritual that you do after you make a big decision?
(32:16) Question #7: When you started to seek investors, how did you know it was time? And how did you start that conversation?
(34:57) Question #8: In the absence of having a friends and family round, how do you even start to open those doors? Or who do you start to reach out to to get that buy-in?