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How to overcome your fear of failure ft. Melissa Ambrosini | #AskJackD 225

We have all feel it at some point in our life…. that little voice inside our head that tells us “we can’t” or that “we’re not good enough”. 

However, ultimately those who build great businesses and meaningful lives are those who have developed the self awareness to move past this voice. 

In this episode I’m joined by Melissa Ambrosini, best selling author and entrepreneur, to talk about strategies you can use to master the inner critic that's holding you back. 

We take these questions: 

4:07 – Melissa, once you’ve identified your target audience, how do you recommend getting your brand in front of them?

11:10 – Do either of you have rituals or mantras "that you use when fear orNself-doubt hits to help you "get though those moments.”

17:32 – Can you both talk about when you got started and any challenges you had, particularly around mindset?

21:31- You're both successful writers, so what book has changed your life and why?

24:09  – Hi guys, Jack you probably get asked this a million times, how do I convince myself slash snap out of the nine to five mentality to pursue the entrepreneurial path. I know that I'm suited to working or creating something for myself but unsure of what the first step is?

Do you have a question for #AskJackD? 

Send it through via InstagramFacebookSnapchat or Twitter. Remember to use the hashtag #AskJackD and I’ll answer it for you.

About Jack Delosa


Jack Delosa is an entrepreneur and investor who is changing education. He is the founder and CEO of Australia’s largest education institution for entrepreneurs, The Entourage. He is also an investor in growth companies such as Q-Biotics, Martin Jet Pack (ASX:MJP) and eMerchants (ASX:EML), and founded The Entourage Growth Fund, which invests in upstart businesses. He is one of Australia’s leading entrepreneurs, having been listed in the BRW Young Rich List since 2014.

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