Mar 11, 2019 |

We’re treated with a lot of useful tips in this episode!

I’m joined by Kimi Morton and Pua Pakele from Best Life Ever to talk about their journey from fitness trainers to entrepreneurs. They talk about our definition of “Best Life Ever”, how they break patterns and break boundaries with their clients, and why it’s so important to have clarity before investing money into your business.

Make sure to listen until the end, where Kimi talks about the one key habit that has helped them stay ahead of the game and always staying focused!

More About Kimi & Pua

Kimi & Pua are co-founders of Best Life Ever and BLE Digital, and they were drawn together by a calling – a burning desire to help people fall in love with their lives and their businesses!

These fitness trainers turned corporate productivity coaches turned business coaches believe there are too many entrepreneurs with BIG DREAMS to serve the world in badass, amazing ways, that end up feeling like it would be easier to just quit and go back to a “real job”.

What started as a fun side hustle, Best Life Ever has grown into more than a business, it’s a radical movement to empower people to follow their dreams and expand the way they think, work, and live in today’s modern world. At Best Life Ever, their mission is to support entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs ready to build and grow online businesses for more FREEDOM and FUN!

They serve with joy through their free Broke-ass to Badass weekly podcast, which is helping entrepreneurs around the world to create badass online businesses from a foundation of efficiency and productivity. You can follow them on Twitter @bledigital

In This Episode We Talk About… 

  • How they transitioned from fitness trainers to entrepreneurs
  • How to break out of your pattern of negative thoughts and habits
  • Why having clarity is so important when starting a business
  • How to unplug when you need to recover and come up with ideas
  • The one weekly habit that helps them stay on top of things

Listen to Episode 101 below:

Things We Mention In This Episode:

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