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Sep 20, 2022

Episode 203: You've got a great idea. It's something you're passionate about, and you can't wait to get started. But then doubt sets in. You start worrying that you're not good enough, that someone else has already done it better, or it costs too much and it's just not worth the effort. Before you know it, your idea is collecting dust, and you feel frustrated and stuck.

 

Most successful people didn't become successful by waiting for the perfect opportunity or the perfect idea.They took action on their ideas, even if they weren't perfect, and learned as they went along.

 

In this episode, Author, Entrepreneur, Community Builder and ever-evolving Innovator Chris Krimitsos, took time out of his busy schedule at FinCon22 to sit down with me to share his thoughts. Chris shared his perspective on the differences between a want-eprenuer and an entreprenuer. We explore the dangers of comparing yourself to others. And we delve into the importance of being honest with yourself as an innovator and how it is an essential factor regardless of how uncomfortable it feels.

 

Chris Krimitos is the founder of the Podfest™ Multimedia Expo, an international conference, providing content creators with opportunities to build relationships and their podcasts/YouTube channels. Chris has also made it into the book of Guinness World Records two years in a row as he championed the largest attendance for a virtual podcasting conference in a week.

 

It's time to break free from the chains of perfectionism that are holding you back. Start ugly and see how much more fun and growth you can experience. Buy Chris's book, Start Ugly, today to find out how!

 

And if you are a content creator, go and grab your ticket to Podfest Multimedia Expo in Orlando, Florida USA, Jan 26-29 2023. That's podfestexpo.com. You won't regret it.

 

For more information about Chris, his book, links and a transcript of this episode, please visit: https://go2.money/start-ugly