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Jill Stanton on the Millionaire Mindset Shifts You Need to Build a 7-Figure Business You Love

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You are going to love this week’s episode! It’s an incredibly inspiring and empowering conversation with a badass entrepreneur I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know recently, Jill Stanton. I was familiar with Jill before we did this interview, but I really started getting to know her personally this year, both in 1-on-1 conversations we’ve had and in the virtual mixers she’s hosted. Not only does she know her shit, but I love her attitude and the other incredibly successful and cool women she attracts.

If you don’t know Jill,  she is one half of Screw The Nine To Five, a company that has inspired and empowered tens of thousands of new entrepreneurs to quit their jobs, start and grow thriving online businesses, and make over $100,000 a year, all while being location independent and living lives of meaning and purpose. When she’s not CEO-ing, Jill also loves travelling the world with her husband Josh and their young boy, Kai. 

Jill is also the founder of the Millionaire Girls Club, which is a place to connect with unapologetically successful women who hype you up, inspire you to play a bigger game, and have way more fun doing it. She’s currently planning her first retreat, which we’re going to get into in this episode. 

I know I say this about a lot of interviews, but this conversation really is one of my favorites to date. And I can’t think of anyone listening who won’t get something valuable out of it.

In Ep. 157 with Jill Stanton, we cover:

  • Jill’s journey into the online space and the early years of her business
  • Affiliate marketing: How Jill was able to crush it as an affiliate marketer and what it takes to be successful at it
  • How she scrapped a very lucrative business model to do what truly feels aligned (and why that’s not a crazy thing to do!)
  • Developing the mindset required to become a millionaire and her favorite money mindset resources
  • Navigating failure and change, how motherhood has affected her business and lifestyle, and more!

Jill really drops so many gems in this episode. She also gives some great book recommendations, which you can find below.

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If you’re interested in creating your own course or coaching program without investing thousands, check out Jill’s Course Creators Bootcamp, which is a very low risk and very effective way to get started no matter what your niche is. 

I only recommend products I can stand behind, and what Jill offers is truly a proven system that will help you create a product people will want to buy, and is a ridiculously high value for a very low price. If you want to check it out, click here for details.

 


Jill’s Book Recommendations

         

Dollars Flow to Me Easily by Richard Dotts

Dissolve the Problem by Richard Dotts

Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself by Joe Dispenza

A Happy Pocket Full of Money by David Cameron Gikandi

Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker

The Illusion of Money by Kyle Cease


 

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