BI 061: My Smart Hands Laura Berg Will Make You Laugh and Cry
As my son enters his terrible twos I am still struggling with ways to communicate with him effectively. Until he learns to speak, signing is my best hope. Now imagine if you had the same issue, but did something about it because you had the perfect mix of passion and training? Tune in to Laura Berg and her My Smart Hands story and learn how this firecracker angel touches so many lives while educating young minds with her baby sign language curriculum and positive attitude.
If you are a fan of Laura, you will learn
What is her favorite 80’s song?
What is Laura’s favorite sport and team?
What is her favorite book series and why?
Where does Laura love to travel to and where are her dream destinations?
When we get down to business with Laura, you will learn
Her mindset when she decided to leave teaching and start My Smart Hands.
Did Laura have metrics to hit and a time frame to meet for success?
Did she get support from friends and family?
What part time job did Laura do just to make ends meet in the beginning?
Did she ever think of quitting?
Why it is so important to just start something.
Finally, we wrap things up by throwing some curve balls to find what makes Laura unique.
What does Laura think is more important, Who you know or what you know?
Did she follow her passion or do something she was good at and learned to love that?
Does Laura fear failure?
Who inspired her on her entrepreneur journey?
Why does Laura want to meet Ellen?
What story does Laura tell that gave me chills and made her cry?
What is she most passionate about?
Does Laura have any regrets?
Hear a description of her not so typical day.
Why does having your own happiness goals so important for entrepreneurs?
What actress would Laura choose to play his role in a movie based on his life? This is the most original answer yet to date!
Thank you so much for listening. Please do leave any comments, questions, and suggestions. If you haven’t already, please stop by iTunes to leave a review, good or bad. Don’t worry, I can handle the truth.