Jun 30, 2021
Christie Ruffino knows what it is like to spend too many years living for other people’s dreams. She was a dedicated mom, an efficient homemaker, a faithful employee, and was happy to help her husband accomplish his business dreams. But as every year sped by, and she found herself with nothing to show for it, she realized that she had to find something that would light her up. She truly believed that when she could step into her purpose, she would find true joy and shining brighter than ever before.
In today’s episode, Christie shares how to harness The GPS Factor and take the first step in the process of building a purpose-driven business they really enjoy, so they can STOP chasing money, START filling up their bank account and CONTINUE to collect client success stories.
Christie Ruffino is a serial entrepreneur, podcast host, and Best-Selling Author of 13 books. She has been featured on Inc.com, WGN Radio, and The Morning Blend on NBC TV. She is a Certified John Maxwell Coach and has studied under a long list of business icons such as Bob Burg, Jack Canfield, and Larry Winget.
She has over three decades of business experience, built three six-figure businesses, and has worked with over three thousand women helping them increase their business revenue through clarity, collaboration, and increased visibility.
All this experience has come together in a way that now serves her clients at the highest level. As a Profitize Your Purpose™ Coach, Christie guides entrepreneurs through her process to build a purpose-driven business that helps the people who need them the most in less time with greater profit.
Christie is an avid reader, serial smart ass, and a proud grandma of the two most adorable kids ever!!!! (And she has thousands of photos to prove it.) She swears she will NEVER skydive but is addicted to triple-digit speeds down open country roads on her Harley.
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