Jun 29, 2020
Difficult conversations aren’t fun, but sometimes you need to have them. It sure beats allowing negativity to fester in the back of your mind and destroy relationships. A difficult conversation is exactly where this week’s episode of the Stories in Small Business podcast came from.
Something this week’s guest, Jaclyn Mellone, did upset me. And rather than let it go, I processed my emotions, discovered that I was being very self-centered and hypocritical and then told Jaclyn exactly what I thought and why. The result? An in-depth conversation about business, mindset and following your competition online. Lucky you, you get to listen in to that very conversation.
I’m so thankful that I spoke up when I felt slighted (I wasn’t by the way) because I got so much out of talking out my feelings. And I’m thankful to Jaclyn for being open-minded to allowing me to process what I was thinking and feeling.
I hope you’ll tune in and then share how you manage difficult conversations in your life and business.
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About Jaclyn Mellone
Jaclyn Mellone helps experts exponentially grow their business by becoming the Go-To Authority in their space. She is a coach, strategist, Keynote speaker, mama, guac lover, and host of the Go-To Gal podcast!
She helps her clients get out of their own way, package their expertise to scale, position themselves as the go-to authority, and have their dream clients and opportunities landing on their lap! Her signature approach combines restructuring her clients business models, reframing their mindset, and revamping their marketing so that they become the go-to authority from the inside out. Jaclyn supports experts at all stages from freelancer to global brands!
She has spoken at marketing conferences around the US, grown her social media channels to total over 50K followers and has been featured in Entrepreneur, Yahoo Finance, Reader’s Digest, Parents, Well + Good, and in dozens of podcasts and radio appearances. Be sure to follow her on Instagram!
Jaclyn has proudly built the Go-To Gal empire in her slippers from her living room in Rochester, NY!