Ep #07: Overcoming Personal Hangups and Learning From Others’ Mistakes with Charmaine Hammond

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Today’s guest has been in the business of transforming lives and raising dreams for more than 25 years. A correctional officer turned corporate dispute resolution expert and bestselling author, Charmaine Hammond now travels the world teaching the principles of cooperation, partnership, and sponsorship. She has developed sponsorship relationships with more than 40 sponsors and 60 business partners, and her recent speaking and book tour, A Million Acts of Kindness, saw more than 40 businesses and retail chains raising funds to support this movement.

In this episode, Charmaine shares how she transformed from a shy youth afraid to ask people for money to a successful entrepreneur who teaches people how to find corporate sponsors. Listen in to hear how she built her business, the important lessons she learned throughout her professional journey, and advice for avoiding the mistakes she made along the way.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • Charmaine’s path to becoming an entrepreneur.
  • Her early breakthroughs that made her realize she had it in her to start a business.
  • How she overcame her fear of asking people for money.
  • Major mistakes Charmaine made in her business and what they taught her.
  • What she would do first if she could go back and do it all over again.
  • Books that have enriched her life.
  • How she defines success.
  • Daily habits that can help raise your level of competence and impact.
  • Three characteristics Charmaine wants to be remembered for at the end of her life.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

Recognizing our value is so huge, but I think it’s one of the biggest struggles for entrepreneurs. – @hammondgroupbiz Click To Tweet
Why wouldn’t I want to learn from others who have gone through all the mistakes that they could now save me from making? – @hammondgroupbiz Click To Tweet
When I first started out, I was afraid of being seen to make a mistake. … I learned that if people don’t know that you need help, they don’t know what to do to support you. -@hammondgroupbiz Click To Tweet

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