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2020 has been a chaotic year, to say the least. For Jennifer Ruscin, host of Bricks & Clicks, navigating this year has cemented a practice in taking care of herself, something that has proven imperative to maintaining a healthy grasp of herself, her company, and her family. The effects of self-care are far-reaching, rippling throughout her life, and planting seeds of success in every corner. In this episode, Ruscin dives straight into actionable tips for how to take care of yourself, make more money, and grow your business.

“Money flows where the attention goes,” is an age-old adage but one that resonates in today’s attention lead economy. Ruscin advocates directing that attention to less, not more. Let go of what no longer serves your attention, be less available, and focus your energies on being and doing just a few key things.

Self-care looks different for everyone, but Ruscin’s 5 questions needle listeners to find their own “Why.” Get rid of the brain clutter and clear out space to welcome in new information gleaned from this episode of “Bricks and Clicks.”

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