You started your business for a reason: you are a big-hearted person whose business is built around helping others succeed. But often, your giving nature can result in you feeling unclear about your own business.
Let's keep going. (P.S. your coffee is getting cold in the microwave).
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If marketing yourself feels like pulling teeth, it's very likely you're unclear about what you and your clients value. Identifying where your strengths overlap with your clients ' needs will make your marketing flow naturally, your client feel seen and your business grow - in the right way.
As a matter of fact, it's critical that you start to say "no!" This is one of the most common and most dangerous beliefs female entrepreneurs hold. Spreading yourself too thin can lead to a slow plateau in growth and a long, slow road to burnout. The trick is knowing what to say yes to and going for that with all of your might.
Statistically, you are going to perform exponentially better when you lead with and develop your strengths. A 2016 Gallup study revealed that companies reported up to a 29% increase in profits when they simply focused on developing their employees' strengths.
Following your unique strengths & values will spark the fire behind your success.
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My journey to becoming a certified life coach (CLC) was a curvy one. I spent 13 years in the marketing business, the last 3 spent on running my own consulting firm for small businesses. I realized it was time for a change when I couldn't even slip into the grocery store without feeling guilty for not being in front of my computer.
I now love Monday mornings (most of the time - I'm only human!). My career is a reflection of who I am and an investment into my future self. You deserve that, too.