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Achieve Big Dreams In Your Business

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Notes from Episode #074: Achieve Big Dreams in Your Business

Achieving BIG dreams in your business is 100% possible. If you can dream it, It can happen!

Think of your business one year from today.. Figure out which dreams light you up and make them happen!

Working toward a dream you have for your business will:
– Ensure you are spending your time on the RIGHT things.
– Necessitate putting a solid plan into action.
– Require you to tap into productivity, habits and focus.
– Strengthen your discipline muscle and set the stage for future successes.
– Build confidence.
– Eliminate nonsense from your life and business. 

It’s so easy, though, to dismiss dreams, right? We tell ourselves so many lies or we are easily persuaded by others who tell us our dreams are ridiculous. 


The dreams you have for your business want you to bring them to life. And you CAN bring them to life because anything you dream up for your business is possible.

Join me in my course It’s Time for your Business to SKYROCKET (without the overwhelm): Achieve those entrepreneurial dreams, unlock time and take back control TODAY! where I will take you through the 7 steps of achieving a dream (EMOTION, VISION, DETERMINATION, PLANNING, DISCIPLINE, PERSEVERANCE, SUCCESS).

The course covers how to create an effective PLAN that supports the dreams you have for your business.. how to be more productive and efficient with your work and how to get past those times when you’re met with resistance.. and so much more.

Here’s what people are saying about the course!

Jessica from says:

“With big goals for the new year, I needed to figure out a more efficient way to grow my business and spend more time with my family. Under Megan’s guidance and support, she has provided really simple techniques and tools to make time for the things I want in my life. She helped me conceptualize my visions into workable short term and long term goals and action steps, then block specific chunks of time each day to move things ahead. She’s taught me the importance of intensely focusing on each task, and protecting my time. I’ve gained control back in my life, and achieved the balance I’ve been searching for. I wake up feeling energized and looking forward to each day!”

Bernie from says:

“Since taking this course I’ve been more productive than the last 5 years I’ve been in business! I had a bad habit of procrastinating, working without a set editorial calendar and wasting precious time personally and professionally! Megan’s top notch tips for getting the most out of the time we have were incredibly helpful. I now work smarter – not more – and get more done. Megan’s enthusiasm for productivity and getting our businesses on a smoother track is contagious! I highly recommend this course for anyone who wants to gain control of both their business and personal life!”

I’d love for you to let me take you through the process of achieving your business DREAMS because I KNOW your dreams are just screaming at you to bring them life.

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Megan started her food blog Pip and Ebby in 2010 and food blogging has been her full-time career since 2013. Her passion for blogging has grown into an intense desire to help fellow food bloggers find the information, insight, and community they need in order to find success.

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