That's where I come in!
My nuggets of money, business, and life wisdom.
All intentionally written by me to help you step into your full financial power and potential.
Let’s agree as a community to stop doing this ladies.
Yep. I said it.
Being a people pleaser eats up more than your time, it eats up your capacity to create and attract.
When you get to a certain level in your business, your time is more valuable than squeezing every second for every last dime.
(And well, isn't it always? But it becomes more apparent, when you realize there is so MUCH you WANT to do in your business and only 24 hours in a day. That ain’t changing anytime soon.)
Your time becomes that much more precious as you scale your business and income, and that means you’re going to have to say a lot more “No” than “Yes”.
This week in the Letting Go to Let In challenge, if you haven’t guessed it, I am talking about the art of saying NO in your business.
No. No, thank you. Nope. Nada. Not today.
When it comes to money, most women equate money with safety, security, and/or freedom.
Security was, and still is, a huge value in my family.
I am the only entrepreneur in my family, so when I decided to start my own business, I remember excitedly sharing with my dad that I had graduated from coaching school, passed the exam, had all the hours and was ready to go out on my own as a coach. His reply: “Does that come with a pension?”
Haha… not funny Dad.
I thought about his response for days, telling myself, “No it comes with nothing. I am starting with nothing.” And I dropped into that familiar feeling of worry, fear and doubt that had plagued me for most of my life.
I had put the coaching program on a credit card, a hefty amount. I had no clients, and I was apprehensive about paying my monthly bills.
The story was reinforced that...
Money = Security.
And it does to a certain extent.
BUT there is something else that is even more important...