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Programming Your Mind for Success | Carrie Green | TEDxManchester

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What stops us from succeeding? What are the common reasons why it seems so difficult to succeed in anything we want to do? Carrie Green identifies these three factors: fear, obstacle, and lack of motivation. Carrie Green started her first online business at the age of 20, whilst studying Law at the University of Birmingham. Within a few years she took the business global, selling throughout the UK, USA, Canada, Australia and Europe and receiving over 100,000 hits on the website every month. In 2011 Carrie launched the Female Entrepreneur Association as a way to help inspire and connect female entrepreneurs from around the world. The network has grown to over 140,000 women and they now produce a digital magazine, This Girl Means Business, weekly videos, free online classes and more.

Programming Your Mind for Success Carrie Green


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Programming your mind for success Carrie Green TEDxManchester

“when you do not have a clue what to do, the only thing you can do is ask for help.” – Carrie Green

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