Developing an Entrepreneurial Mindset with Kate Gray

This week, Kate Gray of Boss Bitch Business School joins us on the show. Kate and her team help women entrepreneurs hit 6 and 7 figure goal milestones through individual coaching and targeted business strategies. Kate has a breadth of knowledge and firsthand experience as an entrepreneur and offers critical advice that applies to anyone, whether you are building a business or looking to achieve personal goals.

This interview was a lot of fun and Kate shared a ton of information on growing your business and developing an entrepreneurial spirit. You don't want to miss out, so hit that play button!


  • Kate’s history developing and building businesses

  • The “10% strategy 90% mindset” ratio for entrepreneurial success

  • Explaining Behavioral Range

  • The power of looking within

  • How to be deadly focused on your goals, but flexible in the details

  • Understanding when to pull the plug on a project and trying something else

Thank you for tuning in this week with another amazing guest. If you’re enjoying the show, please leave us a review and share with a friend. Thanks for listening!

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