Antonia Dodge and Joel Mark Witt on running a business with small children, maximizing your personality, and giving yourself choice in tough moments

Antonia Dodge and Joel Mark Witt on running a business with small children, maximizing your personality, and giving yourself choice in tough moments.

Podcast Overview:

This episode covers a lot. Antonia and Joel talk about how they’ve been able to run their businesses while having a young child, how Joel made it as a single father for a while, and how to give yourself permission to be yourself. We also briefly cover personality typing.

Joel & Antonia’s Bios:

JOEL:Joel is a storyteller, speaker, and internet entrepreneur. He has developed creative business solutions for multiple businesses. Joel has years of experience in event hosting, creative storytelling and marketing. You can email Joel (joelmarkwitt@personalityhacker.com).ANTONIA:Seeing how people tick is at the heart of Antonia’s natural ability to understant how people systems work. She is an author, thought leader, coach, trainer, systems thinker, and personality profiling expert.  At the age of 15 Antonia picked up a book on personality psychology and her world changed forever. She began to see the patterns of why people do what they do – not based on behavior alone – but based on how the mind works. Antonia has co-developed a 6-month profiler training course that teaches coaches and business professionals how to speed read people, understand hwo their mind works and and then work with the unique personality for achievement, life purpose, or team building. You can email Antonia (antonia@personalityhacker.com).

Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

PersonalityHacker.com – Antonia & Joel’s SitePersonalityHacker.com/childcare – The service they use.

Episode Transcript

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