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Episode 14: Redefining What It Means To Be An Imposter with James Patrick

In this episode I talk with award winning photographer, best-selling author, entrepreneur coach, podcast host, and public speaker, James Patrick, about developing passion vs. following passion, being ok if things don’t work, redefining the meaning of imposter syndrome, standing out by creating your own narrative, and building vertical rather than horizontal.

James Patrick is an award winning photographer, best selling author, entrepreneur coach, podcast host, and public speaker based in Phoenix, AZ.
He is the founder of FITposium, an annual conference guiding fitness entrepreneurs to grow their careers. James has received a bevy of awards
for his work as a photographer, marketer and entrepreneur. Leveraging
his diverse experience, James has presented on stages coast-to-coast
in the United States and has been interviewed for numerous TV, radio,
magazine, newspaper and podcast features. James Patrick’s mission is to
create art and opportunity for others. James, you have been so kind to me and supportive of me from the get go an I am so appreciative of that! I am really looking forward to this interview!

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Key topics from this episode:

3:57- Developing passion

7:31- Its ok if it does not work

10:23- Imposter syndrome

15:45- Discussing niche

19:30- Conversion

22:44- Create your own narrative

25:30- Steps to monetizing skills

29:41- Build into your vertical 

33:07- Phases of growth

Follow James Patrick:

@JPatrickPhoto  @FITposium

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