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Luckygirl: A Bite-Sized Podcast | Kevin Dunlap Entrepreneur Strategist

Christina Aldan podcast show Lucky Girl
This week Kevin A Dunlap warrants a time to be on Christina Aldan’s show Luckygirl.  Kevin is happy to be on a show that is geared to helping people, especially women, to achieve greatness in their lives.

About Kevin A Dunlap

1999 was the magic year for Kevin A. Dunlap, while he was working as a computer programmer for Y2K.  He was downsize and he lost all respect for corporate America since then.  He vowed to become an entrepreneur from that day forward.  And he never looked back.
He became devoted to helping other women to not depend upon corporate America.  And he advised them to start doing something they love to do.
In 2004, he moved to Vegas to continue his work as a business strategist.  At that time he started taking a lot of personal development courses and gained multiple certifications, most notably as a NLP practitioner.  He also became MERS certified.  His ultimate goal was to help people break through their limitations and do something new.
His advice to fellow entrepreneurs? You have to know where you are going to be in the future. Have a business plan about what’s happening within your industry’s future. He suggests expanding your business by learning how to delegate small tasks and eventually large tasks.  In order to be a true entrepreneur you have to be able to step away from your business for a month and the business will continue to thrive in your absence.
Start small and hire a virtual assistant.

Kevin’s podcast

You can tune in to his podcast “Life’s Little Lessons” which can be found on iTunes and Stitcher and one his personal website.
To work with Kevin and get a free 30 minute business consultation or Strategy Session contact him directly through his Contact Us page on his website.

About the Host

To learn more about the host Christina Aldan she is the CEO/founder of LG Designs (lgdesigns.co) and a digital media marketer who travels the world speaking to tech industry folks, entrepreneurs and female business owners.

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