OnlineBound Podcast #7

Marlene McNally: How to overcome the limits of your mindset when you run a business online

June 16, 2021

My today’s guest is Marlene McNally, a life coach who helps successful women to drop the stories that still hold them back so they can live bold, unapologetic lives.

To see how exactly she does it, listen to the episode. You’ll be a witness to an actual life coaching session, as Marlene helped me uncover some of my fears about money in real time. I’m sure that hearing about my experience and how Marlene works with it as a life coach will help you see your own money anxieties in a new light, too.

You can have the biggest dream in the world, but unless you are willing to take the risks that are necessary to go for it, it’s going to stay a dream.

MARLENE

Listen to the episode

Discussed in this episode:

  • What exactly a life coach does
  • What keeps us from going after our dreams: The resistance to taking risks
  • Increasing the capacity to take risks
  • Why suppressing your fear doesn’t work and what to do instead
  • Money anxiety and where it comes from 

About Marlene McNally

Marlene coaches successful women to drop the stories that still hold them back so they can live bold, unapologetic lives.

Marlene’s website: marlenemcnally.com

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OnlineBound is created and produced by Elena Mutonono and edited by Hanna James. Podcast notes, branding, graphic design, and tech support by Veronika Palovska. Podcast music by James Martin.