Show Notes

Core values are like your compass, and they influence your decisions whether you realize it or not. In this episode, I want to make you aware of what those values are so that you can make decisions in your business that are best for you. I’ll share examples of my core values with you and help you identify your own.

My friend, seven-time Grammy Award winner, Hillary Scott is my guest for this episode. She’ll talk about her core values and how they’ve kept her grounded throughout her many successes and even her failures.

Plus, I’ll talk to woman who has truly build her business around her passions and values: Annie Moss. Annie owns a jewelry company called The Vintage Sparrow in Nashville, TN. Her business started as a way to raise money for a mission trip and grew so big that she was able to leave her day job to do her business full-time!

1:17 How Your Personal Values Inform Your Business

13:35 Interview with Hillary Scott

32:33 BB Success Story with Annie Moss


44:44 Homework

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  1. I can’t seem to find the Profit Potential App. I tried searching for and nothing came up. Where can I find it?

  2. Tami says:

    Hi! I have a couple of things: 1) in your core values, you said you want us to feel like you are our friend! I definitely feel that way!!! You are like my cheerleader friend who encourages me! Thanks! and 2) I checked out Annie’s The Vintage Sparrow website, and wanted to let her know that it was really encouraging to me…I have been kind of dreading making a website for our business, but looking at her site helped me see that it doesn’t have to be crazy huge or complicated! Simple is good–it was easy to see her products and easy to put them in a cart and easy to buy, which is all we really need! Thanks, Christy!

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