Episode 50: The Breakdown Point Will Lead You To The Breakthrough, with Alexis Martin Neely
Alexis Neely is a new economy personal finance expert who offers a modern (and much needed) perspective for personal finance and business decisions. She graduated first in her class from Georgetown law and quickly scaled the ranks of “successful” entrepreneurship, has built four million dollar entrepreneurial endeavors, filed bankruptcy once, wrote a best-selling book, appeared on numerous top-rated television shows, and lives a new economy life in community with her ex-husband, kids and extended chosen family.
Alexis’s two current business ventures, New Law Business Model and Eyes Wide Open Life, both fully location independent, provide new economy business model consulting and implementation services to people who want to serve others deeply and make great money while they do it.
Alexis is based in Boulder, Colorado, but is location independent and travels frequently, attending and speaking at festivals and conferences, and her teams are also location-independent or “digital nomads” based mostly in the US and Canada.
In this episode, Alexis and Stacy discuss how you can make your business fit into the life that you want to lead.
Some highlights include:
The breakdown point will lead you to the breakthrough if you hang in there. At minute 2:00, Alexis talks about why it takes commitment.
“I’ve attracted a lot of haters.” At minute 12, Alexis talks about why her work is attracting negative opinions and why she doesn’t care.
“Money does matter, and it is an infinite resource.” At minute 14:00, Alexis talks about not sacrificing time, energy, and attention for money.
Balance is meeting each moment as it is. At minute 17:00, Alexis talks about how she finds balance in her life.
“Every challenge, conflict, and struggle is your opportunity to be more of who you really are.” (minute 24:00)
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