How To Be Relentless in Overcoming Obstacles and Achieving Your Dreams w/Natasha Miller
In this episode, Natasha discusses how to achieve your entrepreneurship dreams when faced with difficult circumstances.
Natasha Miller is the CEO of Entire Helm Productions and is responsible for its growth, placing her company on the Inc 5000 list of fastest growing companies. Before Natasha became CEO, she began her career in entertainment as a Jazz artist with records released on her label Poignant records and founded Entire Helm Productions while she performed.
She also used her training as a violist in her role as concertmaster for various orchestras and performed string quarter until 2009. Her skills as a performer have been featured in the Los Angeles Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, and The Wall Street Journal. Entire Productions has also been featured in USA Today, Business Insider, Modern Luxury, Bizbash, and many more.
Natasha has used her drive and passion for personal enrichment to give back and participate in charitable organizations. She has founded and supported the Bobby Sharp Scholarship Fund at Blue Bear School of Music.
Natasha graduated from Goldman Sachs 10,000 Businesses, the ultimate business and management program, and has studied business at the Harvard law school of business.
Natasha discusses takeaways from her book Relentless: From Homeless Teen to Achieving the Entrepreneur Dream
For people out there that are, you don’t have to be suffering like I did. By no means to, you know, if you read this book, hopefully you’ll be inspired to not really rely on this imposter syndrome that you might be feeling or not listen to the voices inside your own head or other people saying, You can’t do that.
Believe me, I promise you, no one’s coming to save you but you probably have it within yourself to save yourself. And again, like being resilient that’s a buzzword these days
It’s really important to be able to be resilient, which means you’re at this place in life, Something knocks you down, you go down here, and then being resilient means you can come back up, but then you’re right where you were.
You have to be relentless in order to get past that and get to what you really want to do, what your dreams your goals and successes are.
Natasha gives the best tips for entrepreneurs in order to be successful
You hear a lot of entrepreneurs say, Oh, I only get one to four hours of sleep. Don’t do that to yourself. That’s stupid. That is I’m gonna just say it’s stupid. It’s unhealthy. It’s not natural and it’s not cool. And it’s not cool for other people to be hearing that from you, and thinking that that’s what they have to do to be successful.
That’s number one. Number two, you hear a lot of entrepreneurs saying I get up at 430 and I work out doesn’t matter what time you get up. Because you need seven to eight hours of sleep.
Right? So I don’t get up at 5am. Recently, I’ve been getting up at six on accident ,seven is the time i get up and I’m just as successful as I want .To be getting up at 430 or five just means I’m going to bed earlier.
In this episode, we discuss :
- Natasha’s journey from becoming homeless to a successful artist and CEO of a multi-million dollar business, Entire Helm Productions
- What inspired her to become a jazz artist and her experience performing
- Takeaways from her book Relentless: From Homeless Teen to Achieving the Entrepreneur Dream
- Tips for successful entrepreneurship
- Turning the bad life experiences into achieving your dreams
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