The Middle-Aged Entrepreneur

The Middle-Aged Entrepreneur

Entrepreneur, coach, and mindset hacker, Kevin H. Boyd's podcast brings you interviews and tips from the world of business, entrepreneurship, and mindset hacking minus the millennial-speak! Kevin's mission is to interview entrepreneurs who have made the mistakes so you can avoid them and share the hard-won lessons so that you can take advantage of them right now. So subscribe now and start changing your thinking, growing your business and ultimately, transforming lives!... Show More

Show notes at http://midlifeentrepreneurs.net/season-1-episode-3/

In this episode of the Mid Life Entrepreneurs podcast Business Coach, Kevin H. Boyd talks about Procrastination, how we all do it and he tells a tale of his own fight against it which along the way involved a long search for a new loo-brush but then he details how he finally overcame it a and created two new podcasts!

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