It’s not every day that you run into a business-owner who has built a business that directly impacts someone’s well-being. Let alone come across an entrepreneur that has experienced the type of business growth that’s been difficult to keep up with, since they launched their business.

I met Marnie Ashcroft at an event called Soulfront, where she was the keynote speaker. What I remembered about her is how  people couldn’t wait to hear insights and lessons she drew from building Glow Juicery. With Glow Juicery, Marnie promotes good health and invites us to look at food differently.

It was obvious that she was all about making a profound difference in people’s health through her business. On top that, her business had been growing by leaps and bound. So for all those reasons, it was a no-brainer to me that she’d be someone you’d be interested in hearing from.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • How she pioneered the idea that gave birth to Glow Juicery in her community.
  • The emotional trappings entrepreneurs can fall into and how she dealt with hers.
  • The benefits of making the mental shift from failure to learning.
  • What she refers to as “finding what’s missing in the story” in order to succeed.
  • About the collateral damage of success.
  • Why she’s so passionate about being an ambassador for Edmonton entrepreneurs.

Marnie is a leader in her own right who despite her business success, manages to stay grounded and focused on what matters most in life, while understanding that building a legacy, takes time. She’s a force to be reckoned with.

Her drive, commitment to her cause, and passion are something that can inspire all of us, regardless of whether we are in business or not.

Now I’d love to hear from you.

What did you find most impactful in today’s conversation?

What kind of difference are you looking to make either through your work or business?

Leave a comment below and let us know.

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Talk soon!

Mick.

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