The Journey with Gina

Inspiration and Information for Entrepreneurs

Tricia was “an accidental entrepreneur” raising kids and learning as she went along. She shares the importance of being honest with clients and not just doing what they think needs to be done and also finding people who will be supportive and honest with us! She gives a great question to ask our loved ones when they come to us for help as well. BONUS PARENTING ADVICE! 

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Howard Berg has held the Guinness World Record for being the fastest reader for almost 29 years! While he can read fast, his primary objective is to be able to LEARN MORE. As an entrepreneur, we have so much information we have to take in and learn, improving our reading speed and ability to learn more and faster is a critical skill. 

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Ice Cream Possibilities: Expanding What is Possible

Do you have a hard time thinking bigger? Do you get stuck because you just don’t see the possibilities? In this episode, Gina talks about how ordering ice cream showed her the key to thinking about the impossible in a whole new way. Gina was torn between two different choices of ice cream: mint chocolate chip or stracciatella. Then, she overheard the person in front of her order a split scoop with two different flavors. Gina’s mind was blown, who knew that was even a possibility? How can we believe in impossible things more often? We have big goals and dreams, and we may think it isn’t even possible!

Four things you can do to start believing in the big impossible things more often:

  1. Start reaching out to people who are doing big things.
  2. Find a crowd of big dreamers like you.
  3. Fill your ears with big ideas.
  4. Stop working alone.

Enjoy the show!

Show Notes:

  • [00:45] The ice cream solution Gina overheard
  • [04:15] The impossible becomes possible
  • [06:20] Four things you can do to start believing in the big impossible things more often


  • “I love the world of and.”
  • “I started thinking about all of the impossible things that I never had even thought to ask for.”
  • “You really need to spend your days with people who will encourage you to go for those dreams.”

Links Mentioned:

How I Built This

Why Not Now?

The James Altucher Show

HerMoney with Jean Chatzky