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Tiffany Han on Entrepreneurial Life and How To Handle Criticism and Fear

Real Talk Radio with Nicole Antoinette
Real Talk Radio with Nicole Antoinette
Tiffany Han on Entrepreneurial Life and How To Handle Criticism and Fear

Tiffany Han is podcast host and business and branding coach who helps highly-creative people raise their hands and say yes - to those businesses they’ve always wanted to have, to those ideas that feel crazy, and to themselves.

As the founder of the 100 Rejection Letters program, Tiffany helps creative entrepreneurs move beyond their comfort zones to build businesses (and lives) that are based on bold, inspired action.

And with her weekly podcast, Raise Your Hand Say Yes, she explores the creative adventures of extraordinary people. Through all of her work, she's on a mission to help the world rethink creative risk and change the way people interact with their dreams.

In this episode, Tiffany and I discover that we are basically the same person in a lot of ways, which is hilarious and wonderful. She shares her experience of being a podcaster, an entrepreneur, and a mother of twin girls, and she talks about how she handles criticism and haters on the internet. We dig into her commitment to take bold action in the face of fear (and talk about handling fear in general), we go into the work she does as a coach to help creative women grow their businesses, and she shares why "body" is her big focus word for 2016 and how she doesn't apologize for confidence. We also geek out about favorite books, especially novels and fun reads, so you'll find that the show notes are long and filled with wonderful links for you. You'll love it!

Connect with Tiffany

Website // Podcast // Twitter // Instagram

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