Oct 19, 2016
I do love it when listeners get in touch, which happens nearly every day. When Vanessa Kettner got in touch and we traded emails, it quickly became apparent that she had something to offer all of us, so I invited her on, specifically to talk about something she calls The Seinfeld Trick, or the power of small increments.
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Vanessa Kettner got in touch via voicemail, which you'll hear in this week's show. She told a brief story of how she has used a little trick, learned from her mother. She has applied to various areas of her life, from learning a musical instrument, and latterly to improving her personal financial situation. She joins me to talk about her journey...
In this show, you'll learn:
Book: Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed Goals Sheet: Here's Vanessa's own fold-up goals sheet which she keeps with her Oyster Card Designer: Lindsay Derecola (designed the fold-up goals sheet) - Portfolio, LinkedIn, Email
Website: Personal Best - Personal Productivity Training & Coaching Email: Send Vanessa a message LinkedIn: Connect with Vanessa
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Question: How might you apply the power of small increments in your financial life?
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