My guest for Episode 029 of the Mountain Mantras: Wellness and Life Lessons show is Sheila Moriarty.
As a great follow up to Episode 14 with Solu’s founder and former Olympian David Currier, I now talk with Solu’s Content Strategist (Sheila’s unique job title). Sheila and I uncover six Mantras related to entrepreneurism and what is important about Solu’s mission, being authentic.
Don’t miss the summary of (6) mantras for you to incorporate into your daily life that will provide you with greater success in life (especially if you are an entrepreneur).
Here are the mantras from the show that you can incorporate into your daily life to be healthier and happier, and more productive:
Mantra #1: Entrepreneurs must wear many hats
Mantra #2: Storytelling is a very powerful way to spread messages
Mantra #3: All of our stories are important to tell (there is only one YOU)
Mantra #4: Authenticity is precious; it is our idiosyncrasies that people love and will remember about us
Mantra #5: In the entrepreneurial world, you must have grand dreams– but also keep an eye on those immediate things/steps that are right in front of you.
Mantra #6: Perfection is the enemy of “get it done” (if you release a new product/service and it’s perfect, you’ve waited too long)
More about Sheila
A flatlander by birth, I grew up on a horse farm in Omaha, Nebraska. I have garnered a strong sense for exploration through various adventures around the globe. Whether near or far, strong midwest roots encourage me to enjoy the wholesome, simplicity in life. I attended the University of Colorado, Boulder and received a degree in Spanish Business and Technology Arts. My professional background covers diverse industries such as advertising in Puerto Rico, snowboard instruction at Vail and Sun Valley, public healthcare in Argentina, interpreting immigrant law in Colorado, promoting affordable housing and developing a software startup in Idaho and continual Spanish language projects. Presently, I reside in the mountain sanctuary of Ketchum, Idaho pursuing artistic and outdoor endeavors on my down time.
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