As a serial entrepreneur, Andrea is uniquely positioned to provide quality legal services to today's thriving entrepreneurs. She started her first business while in law school, so she knows first-hand the hustle of a solopreneur. Andrea not only aims to provide high-quality legal counsel but to also be the life-long business partner many entrepreneurs need. Brand protection is Andrea's passion, and as a brand protection lawyer, your business will be thoroughly protected with Andrea's services!
Andrea prides herself on her remote practice. Not just because working in your PJs is cool, but also because her nationwide clients receive the same high-quality work without the high price! With nearly all flat fees, you will never receive a surprise legal bill!
Although it may not necessarily be the sexiest part of your business, it is important to make sure that you're covered legally. In today's episode, I sit down with Legalpreneur Andrea Sager, to discuss how you should be...
You can read all the books, you can sign up for all the courses but unless you're doing this one thing, you aren't learning a darn thing. Oh and this is also where are the fun and fulfillment lives!
You learn from books when you implement something from it into your life [1:57]
All of those moments you're unsure of now, are a huge part of your journey [7:34]
"The joy comes from pushing through the fear" [5:57]
In this episode, I share some feelings that came up after an entrepreneur friend shared with me she was having a rough day and was feeling like a failure... it triggered me to have this very important chat with you all, as I know there are more people out there who feel like this often... the good news it's NORMAL! Let's dig in!
Everybody has waves of feeling like a failure - you're not alone! [5:04]
No matter where you are in your business, you are going to have ups and downs [8:12]
If you still have that spark you HAVE to keep going [13:28]
"Every obstacle that is put in our way is an opportunity to grow" [6:55]
"When we stop forcing, we can allow the things we need to come in [16:41]