In today's episode of the For Her Empire Podcast, we talk about how to spend less time on your phones and devices, especially on social media, but instead put that focus into working on your business.

There is so much that sucks in our attention on our phones/computers, such as social media, games, Netflix, and many more. Sometimes we use the excuse of taking online training to procrastinate and compare our businesses with others. 

Spending lots of time on social media especially Instagram and Facebook groups often leads to anxiety, because there is so much fake results online that you'd inevitably end up comparing your business and the results you have with others.

Today, our lovely guest Gretchen Heinen is here to help female entrepreneurs stop the anxiety of scrolling and feeling lost in how to gain clients and instead learn a system for organizing and managing their prospects and business posts.

The goal of this episode is to Help female entrepreneurs learn skills in managing contacts and make their online presence take less time and be more effective.

About Gretchen Heinen:

Gretchen Heinen calls faith-led women higher, together, to support and hit business goals by getting their business organized, legitimized and scalable.

She is a leader in the International health community, Find Your Fit where thousands of people come to rebalance their physical health naturally so they can show up their most productive selves.

She is the founder of Net Worth It Podcast and School, the leading faith-based business school to turn ideas into legacy businesses and overcome financial limiting beliefs.

She is also She is a foster, bio and stepmom and believes that love, not DNA, defines family. She allows God to lead her businesses and believes our true potential unleashes when we take our spiritual callings and execute on them.

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