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Reframe Your Struggles as an Interesting Puzzle with Josh Spector

In this interview, you’ll learn about building a business that fits your unique skillset. Josh Spector is an entrepreneur who teaches experts how to use writing to grow their businesses. One of my favorite parts of this interview was when he discussed finding his niche by looking at his past.

Highlights in the interview:

  • Josh ability to keep his focus on what matters.
  • How to create content that provides maximum value.
  • Why paying someone by the hour is bath for employers and employees.
  • Keeping your messages as concise as possible.
  • How to narrow down your business offerings.
  • Focusing on who you want to work with, not what you want to do.
  • Attracting your ideal people.
  • We break down my niche.
  • How to speak directly to the people you help in your business.
  • Figuring out what you are good at and creating leverage in your career.
  • How he looks at his past to help him understand himself better.
  • Why it’s important to just do things so you can learn about your strengths and how to utilize them out in the business world.
  • Taking action unlocks part of you that you wouldn’t have expected.
  • Why it’s important to crossing things off your list that you don’t want to do in your business and career.
  • The framework that helps you figure out how to do the things you love.
  • Why assuming success is a framework
  • Building confidence in yourself.
  • Struggles are a part of business and why you should look at struggles as a puzzle.
  • Iterating and improving the things that we work on.
  • Working on not taking failures personally.
  • Book he most shares “Tribes” by Seth Godin, podcast “Social Media Marketing Podcast”

You can learn more about Josh over at his website Josh Spector. Check out his amazing newsletter For the Interested. Here are his Skill Sessions if you want to check them out that we discussed at the end of the podcast. You can also connect with him on LinkedIn.

As always, if you have any questions or want to submit a guest for the podcast that you think would be amazing, just reach out to me on the Dig to Fly website, and I’ll do my best to get them on. If you enjoy the interview, please take 30 seconds to rate the Dig to Fly podcast on your favorite platform. Thanks!

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