Randy is a Serial Entrepreneur, leadership and delegation master. He has been fortunate enough to become a #1 International Best-Selling Author on Amazon. And is a father, friend, and trusted ally to many. He has a passion for business and has achieved many accomplishments throughout his journey of being an entrepreneur.

Randy’s goal and mission in life are to pass on to others the same proven methods, tools, and strategies that I had to learn the hard way.

If the mere thought of all the roles and responsibilities you have in your business makes your head spin, you probably need some ideas to reduce your stress and increase your freedom. In this episode, Randy Stanbury breaks down a simple three-step approach that works for both your personal and professional life. It’s how Lee-Anne Arkell, founder of Peekaboo Child Care, built an empire in an industry where she had no experience. These clear simple steps can get you off the hamster wheel in your business and help you acquire the freedom you’ve been fighting for. 

It’s a struggle owning a business. You wear so many different hats that oftentimes you’re left feeling…well, exhausted! Trust me, I understand. In the beginning, being an owner also means being an operator, a bookkeeper, policymaker, trainer, etc. Sometimes it can be difficult to find any time to be a spouse, parent, or just an individual. I sat down with Lee-Anne Arkell, founder of Peekaboo Child Care, and learned how she was able to create freedom in her business. There were a lot of invaluable gems in our conversation, but I’ve extracted three simple steps, or “actions that you can use today to stop the day-to-day grind and immediately begin moving towards freedom in your business.

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