There's no doubt that keeping your head in the game is one of the hardest parts about getting your business moving. I know that for most of my clients, the thing that stops them from doing most of the things that are going to move them forward…is confidence. What they are thinking and feeling.
And today, I want to explore some of the parts of dealing with mindset and confidence that you might think are a bit out there. I know that the first time I heard words like energy, manifestation, intention-led goals, I was like, "Yeah, I'm a serious business woman…and I actually rely on my smarts and solid strategy thanks very much…"
Today, we are going into the reeds on your ideal client. Most of the people that I talk to have an idea of who their ideal client is, but they don’t really KNOW who they are. It makes a BIG difference in how you talk to them, so we are getting into the nitty-gritty today.
When I decided to talk about ideal client this week, I was wondering if it was too soon, I talked about ideal client several weeks ago, and how you can start to get really specific about what their real core problem is.
But I realised recently that the missing part most people struggle with—most important part actually—is being able to get down in the trenches with them.
Today, I’m challenging you on the control freak that you are harbouring. Yep, I know you’ve got one—I’ve got one—we’ve all got one!
Getting to know her and figuring out how to calm her down can make a massive difference for you in your biz.
You wanna know what comes with the territory when you enter into the mum zone?
Needing to control things.
I've been talking a lot lately about what goes on up in your noggin. Mindset, your thought life and what all of this means for your business. Have you been sticking with me?
There is a reason for it—hands down THE number one thing that holds you back from taking informed and inspired action on the areas that you need to in your business is the stuff that goes on between your ears.
And I get the feeling that people get a bit tired of hearing that. I mean it's everywhere at the moment, the online world is covered with content telling you what to do to grow your business. I do it too.Read More
Hello there, my friends. This time, I'm delving into how much imposter is getting in the way for you. How often have you thought, "Who am I to be doing this?"
Today, I want to talk about something that gets in the way for EVERYONE at one point or another. It's that big beast called self-doubt. And it shows up as those little thoughts that pop up in your mind, "Who the HECK am I to be doing this?"
Has this been you?
Hi gorgeous ladies! Today, I'm gonna dive into how not knowing your numbers could be the thing that breaks your business.
I know. A bit dramatic with the title today! But I really believe this, and I'm hoping you will start to take them seriously too!
OK, let's talk money!
Let's have a bit of an honesty moment: Are you a numbers girl?
Hi there! This time, we’re talking about which is important, how you focus or what you focus on?
Last time, I asked you guys what your biggest challenge in business was.
Do you want to know what the most commonly used word was in the answers? FOCUS!
Some were wondering where to focus next to grow their businesses.
Some of you were wondering how to get your focus on at all—you were feeling scattered and like you were being pulled in a hundred different directions.
Hey there! Today, we are talking about the two things that you are thinking that are getting in your way every day.
There are a couple of little phrases that creep their way into all of our heads at one point or another, and I'm telling you—they can have a serious impact on your confidence!
I KNOW THIS / THAT
The first one I want to talk about is three little words… "I know this" or "I know that".
When was the last time you talked to your business?
Heh-heh-heh. I can see you rolling your eyes at me, you know!
Seriously, though, I've noticed that when we are getting started in our businesses—or maybe if you are not seeing the growth that you want to—we start to step back from it.
It's like the business is either a hobby that you can pick up and put down…or that it is a friend that has betrayed you.
Think about it.
Have you ever felt like this? Be super honest with me now… because you probably don't even realize you are doing it.
It's like we have a slightly passive-aggressive relationship with our business, and when it doesn't do right by us… well, we respond in kind.