TV – Staying Stagnant Will Kill Your Currency ~ Christine McIver
Unless water can flow freely, it becomes stagnant, produces a foul smell, and begins to breed microorganisms that lead to serious illness. Similarly, a stagnant business – one that doesn’t continue to create and evolve – leads to the death of your currency flow, and eventually your entire business.
In this show, ‘Staying Stagnant Will Kill Your Currency’ Christine McIver, Business Optimization Expert, will invite you to dive deep with your business decisions and strategy.
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~ More About Inspired Choices with Christine McIver ~
Christine McIver is a Business Optimization Expert, Inspirational Speaker, TV & Radio Personality, and the Founder & Owner of Inspired Choices Network.
Christine is highly successful at inspiring individuals and businesses to make choices that will bring them increased success, greater joy, self-confidence and remarkable inspiring change. All of which increased the abundance in their lives and businesses.
Christine lives her life out loud and is a natural cheerleader. She believes in the abilities of others to change their lives quickly and easily.
Christine entices clients to show up more in their life, businesses & relationships than they ever have. She invites them to make all that they once knew was possible, possible.
Christine believes that you can be living & loving your life with ease! Her kind, direct and joy filled approach is both comforting and stretching.
Christine has impacted thousands of individuals with her enthusiastic message of possibilities. Christine invites all into knowing that all things are possible beyond what is present in your life right now.
To get more of Inspired Choices ~ Christine McIver, be sure to visit the podcast page for replays of all her shows here: https://www.inspiredchoicesnetwork.com/podcast/inspired-choices-christine-mciver/