Racheal Cook is an MBA-trained business coach, but once had to leave her business consulting job after having 10 panic attacks in 10 weeks. She now runs a successful 6-figure business, working only 25 hour weeks, and supports other women entrepreneurs to avoid entrepreneurial poverty. Entrepreneurial poverty is not just a lack of finance but of time and energy to work on the big picture. According to Racheal, getting out of this means completely overhauling your business, and promoting yourself to CEO. Racheal would love to share why women are especially impacted by entrepreneurial poverty and how she uses CEO-dates to create self-accountability and self-leadership. Her advice has been featured in Forbes, The Washington Post, and podcasts from Pat Flynn and Tara McMullin.
- What is a CEO mindset?
- What does it mean to be CEO?
- Do you have to fire yourself?
- Where do you begin with delegation and valuing your time?
- Time Auditing
- What is the CEO Collective?
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