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In this episode of The Thoughtful Entrepreneur, your host Josh Elledge speaks with Midori Verity, Founder and CEO of Fuel to Fire.

Gina founded Fuel to Fire in the midst of the pandemic. Having been in the business for 25 long years, she never thought an act of nature like this would happen. Although faced with challenges, she remained resilient, flexible and constantly seeking opportunities to continue the business. She realized that at that time many business owners were panicking and just looking for a place to go for help.

Fuel to Fire's goal is to build accountability around a community of experienced leaders and entrepreneurs who seek support and guidance. It's a community where these types of people can freely share their thoughts and feelings, receive support, and be guided for next steps of action.

Key Points from the Episode:

  • What is Fuel to Fire
  • The Role of Accountability
  • How to Build Accountability
  • Tips to Exercise Better Accountability
  • Building a Habit to Achieve Your Goals

About Midori Verity

When entrepreneurs want to hit results every time without mental exhaustion or physical burnout, they work with Midori. As a serial entrepreneur with three decades of vetted experience herself, she knows what it takes to start, grow, and rapidly scale a business with ease. 

Plus, as a mom, she knows the added responsibilities that go into being both a successful business owner and a parent.

​Whether she’s consulting with startups to Fortune 500 Silicon Valley giants, Midori’s unique approach has without fail unlocked the full potential in every entrepreneur she coaches.  

​Midori is also a well-recognized TV show host and highly-sought-after public speaker.

About Fuel to Fire

Fuel to Fire is an invite-only accountability group for seasoned entrepreneurs and leaders with big goals who meet weekly for 60-minute accountability sessions. It is for experienced entrepreneurs and leaders in their field, who are enthusiastic about learning, sharing and uplifting others.

Tweetable Moments:

7:30 – “The culture of Fuel to Fire is that what happens in your group stays in your group, but you’re all there to help one another. The more that you give, the more that you get.”

8:13 – “If you know that you have this accountability every single week, you’re going to find solutions to help you solve that problem.”

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Links Mentioned in this Episode:

 Want to learn more? Check out Fuel to Fire website at https://www.fueltofire.co/

Check out Fuel to Fire on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/fuel-to-fire/

Check out Midori Verity on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/midoriverity/

Check out Midori Verity on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/midoriverity/

Check out Fuel to Fire on Facebook at  https://www.facebook.com/fueltofirecoaching/

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