We are all unique beings with unique skills and talents. At some point in your journey through life, someone might have urged you to “find your spark.” But what does this truly mean? Some discover their path early in their lives, while others continue to search in vain. We even doubt ourselves witho
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We are all unique beings with unique skills and talents. At some point in your journey through life, someone might have urged you to “find your spark.” But what does this truly mean? Some discover their path early in their lives, while others continue to search in vain. We even doubt ourselves without realizing only we steer our lives. So create what you want to create — and that goes the same with our life journey. In this episode, Alisa talks about her journey toward becoming a Vision Producer. She delves into the story behind finding her spark and eliminating her “shoulds.” She also shares the meaning behind her company's name, The Happy Cactus, and what entrepreneurs can take away from it. If you want to know how you can find your spark, then this episode is for you. Here are three reasons why you should listen to this episode Discover what being a vision producer is all about. Find out how getting stuck in the land of shoulds hinders your journey as an entrepreneur. Learn the idea behind being a happy cactus. Resources Beenspiration by Geraldina More from Alisa: Happy Cactus Club | @thehappycactusclub More from Michael: @michaeldm Episode Highlights [00:52] The Impact of the Pandemic The pandemic has highlighted what is important to people. The important answers Alisa got in her conversations are spending time with family, making their home nice, and making sure their time is well-spent. People who have gotten the "entrepreneurship itch" have realized this is an excellent time to start a business. [01:35] Beenspiration It's a podcast all about entrepreneurship by Alisa's friend, Geraldina. Geraldina has a photo booth business in Florida and has an educational background. Geraldina asked the question, “What’s your spark?” to prepare for her interview. [02:13] Find Your Spark Alisa: “When I think about the word ‘spark,’ I think about what lights me up.” As a Vision Producer, Alisa’s job is all about helping people find their spark and do something with it. More than the discovery process, her job is action-based. If you want to eliminate your "shoulds", then you need to get super clear on what you want and what's important to you. What’s important to you? Find your spark! [03:41] Her Job as a Vision Producer Alisa: “If your brain feels like spaghetti, I'm the person that's gonna come and help you take all of your ideas noodle by noodle, and help either separate them or bring them all together.” Alisa is a vision producer at The Happy Cactus, helping women untangle ideas they have in their heads. People who have big visions often think they have too many, and nothing connects. However, many times, everything connects because of who we are. [04:26] Alisa’s Background About a year ago, she was in the corporate world and had been working in executive coaching for almost ten years. She knew she wanted to be in that world and move up the ranks and eventually become an executive herself. But then, she started getting bored. She didn't want to become a full-time executive coach because there are a lot more things she wanted to do. Working with her coach, she started rediscovering things she loved doing in her career. She discovered it was working with visionary people. [05:26] Alisa’s Journey Toward Becoming a Visionary Producer Tune in to the full episode to find out about Alisa’s first visionary jobs! Throughout her career, she realized that she could help put pieces together for visionary people to make things happen. Her coach compared this to being a producer, which birthed the title, Vision Producer. Here, she brings back her marketing savvy from her corporate experience and thinks above the surface for visionary women. She helps them see the bigger picture.</