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July 10th 2017:Tipping Points to Creating a Dream Business and Living Your Dream Lifestyle

Veteran entrepreneur, business coach and seven-time author Jim Palmer consistently refreshes the strategic risks that he takes in approaching both business and life as adventures. He identifies tipping points to creating a dream business and living your dream lifestyle in his book, “Just Say Yes.” In this episode, he shares strategies that can readily shift both your mindset and your results. Jim presents pointers related to “what if…” thinking, fear and forgiveness, accelerating your success, and continuing to adopt a fresh perspective. He provides listeners with instructions on obtaining a f

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Jim Palmer

Jim Palmer is a marketing expert and in demand small business coach. He is the founder of the Dream Business Academy and Dream Business Coaching and Mastermind Program. Jim is the host of Dream Business Coach TV and the Dream Business Radio Podcast. He is a serial entrepreneur and creator of No Hassle Newsletters, No Hassle Social Media, Concierge Print and Mail on Demand, Success Advantage Publishing, Custom Article Generator - just to name a few! Jim is also the acclaimed author of “Just Say Yes – Create Your Dream Business and Live Your Dream Lifestyle;” “DECIDE – The Ultimate Success Trigger,” “Stop Waiting For it to Get Easier,” “The Fastest Way to Higher Profits,” “Stick Like Glue,” “I
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