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The New P&L discusses courage and definitions of success with Michelle Mercier

The entrepreneurial journey can be richly rewarding in many ways. It can also be challenging and filled with self-doubt as the entrepreneur battles both the external and internal voices that question the worthiness of their entrepreneurial idea and their ability to successfully deliver it.

This week, The New P&L speaks to Business Strategy Coach and 'The Resilient Entrepreneur podcast host, Michelle Mercier. Four years' ago and with a young and growing family, Michelle made the bold decision to step out of the relative comfort of a senior role at a Fortune 500 company - with all the consistency and financial security that offered - and into the brave new world of entrepreneurialism.

We discuss with Michelle the trigger point - the moment at which she knew she had to take that first bold step to becoming an entrepreneur; the trials, challenges and opportunities along the way and how her definition of what entrepreneurial success looks like has changed along the way.
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  • The New P&L discusses courage and definitions of success with Michelle Mercier Recorded: Nov 18 2020 37 mins
    Paul Spiers, Founder, The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business Podcast series
    The entrepreneurial journey can be richly rewarding in many ways. It can also be challenging and filled with self-doubt as the entrepreneur battles both the external and internal voices that question the worthiness of their entrepreneurial idea and their ability to successfully deliver it.

    This week, The New P&L speaks to Business Strategy Coach and 'The Resilient Entrepreneur podcast host, Michelle Mercier. Four years' ago and with a young and growing family, Michelle made the bold decision to step out of the relative comfort of a senior role at a Fortune 500 company - with all the consistency and financial security that offered - and into the brave new world of entrepreneurialism.

    We discuss with Michelle the trigger point - the moment at which she knew she had to take that first bold step to becoming an entrepreneur; the trials, challenges and opportunities along the way and how her definition of what entrepreneurial success looks like has changed along the way.
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Each week on The New P&L podcast, we interview a diverse range of entrepreneurs, business leaders and social impact investors on their views and opinions on the importance of Principles and Leadership in business, discussing how we can all work towards building more ethical, productive, collaborative and ultimately, successful and principled businesses - ones that encourage great, inspirational leaders and motivated teams.
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