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Episode 122 - No Labels, No Limits podcast with Lucas Root, Business Success Mentor

Season 2, Ep. 122

On today's podcast, we have a special guest I can't wait to tell you about Lucas Root.

But before that, I want to tell you about something very cool. If you’ve been following the NLNL podcast for any length of time, or are one of the folks I serve through coaching or consulting, you’ll know I like learn new things and meet new people. I also like to try experiments. I’ve been thinking a while about asking someone to join me as a co-host from time to time. Then my colleague and now friend Bec mentioned she’s thinking about starting her own. Voila… Which brings me to today and our “PILOT” co-hosted session. 

Rebecca Djapovic (Japovich) - Bec is a creative brand copywriter, voiceover artist, actor, and presentation coach.

You may remember her from episode 114 of the NLNL podcast. I encourage you to go back and learn more about Bec on that episode.

Like all of the previous episodes, we’re going to have a conversation with our guest. It’s not “pre scripted” but we ARE CURIOUS to learn from him.

Now… let’s get on with today's podcast. We’re joined by Lucas Root.

Lucas Root is an accomplished Speaker, Entrepreneur, and Business Success Mentor with over 19 years of success across banking, technology, investments, health and wellness, athletics, and interactive media (gaming).

Lucas specializes in speaking to entrepreneurs and business owners on getting their strategy on track for success and massive growth.

Lucas has additionally served a number of startups, established middle-market businesses, and small business clients.

In his latest engagement, he was able to improve the business’s revenue by 600% in his first year working with them.

In this episode you'll learn how...:

●    Working at home can work for you and how to get there.

●    To build a support system for yourself that supports you being yourself.

●    Lucas’ down to earth approach teaches audiences how to succeed where others have previously failed.

And… you’ll hear how you can design a fail-proof strategy that is designed to set you up for success. 

Learn more and connect with Lucas here:

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