“Well, it didn’t take long when I was in my 9-5 for me to realize that this wasn’t going to suit me for the long-term.”
Today I am continuing my conversation with Bailey Richert who is a Business Coach for beginning and budding Infopreneurs.
This particular episode covers her own infopreneurial journey that started with her writing an e-book related to travel. She then enrolled at MIT to study entrepreneurship while she continued to write more books and attain measurable success.
That success caused a chain reaction of events that has led to her now hosting the Infopreneur Summit; which is a seven day virtual event featuring interviews with over 20 experts.
We talk about the summit in detail and she also offers advice on how to not be overwhelmed by all the experts and information in the very beginning of your own infopreneurial journey.
“There is a certain point when you can literally just go crazy consuming everybody else’s free content.” – Bailey Richert
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To learn more about Bailey, check out her website.
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