Lisa Messenger talks the making and breaking of her brand and the importance of risk and resilience


In this week’s podcast host Cec Busby gets up close and personal with Lisa Messenger. A prolific author, a serial entrepreneur and the founder of the Messenger Group and The Collective Hub, Lisa is known for her honesty and no holds barred opinions. In this episode, Lisa chats with us about the making and breaking of her brand, why risk and resilience matter for entrepreneurs and how you can bounce back after setbacks.

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