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On today’s Friday feature, we’re chatting with Lauren Armstrong about how she left her 9-5 to start her own implementation business for overwhelmed entrepreneurs.
Lauren Armstrong is an implementation strategist and works with service based business owners who feel overwhelmed by all of the things they need to do in their business, or have shiny object syndrome. She helps them identify and execute the most important tasks in their business so that they have the freedom they started it in the first place. She uses the Created Future Framework with her clients to do this, establishing a vision, creating a strategic plan to get there and relentless focus on the needle moving tasks.
To stay connected with Lauren visit Created Future Academy.
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