It isn't hard to identify the number one issue that occupies the minds of most entrepreneurs.
Everyone is always looking for more clients.
It’s part and parcel of daily life. You need a strategy and you need a plan. You need to take action on it and have a watchful eye on how it’s doing. This is basic business care.
Are you showing up because you have to or because you are called to?
‘Have to’ energy is crippling and damaging to your business. It can be felt with more intensity than even the most finely honed and crafted message.
‘Have to’ energy lacks inspiration. It does not magnetise.
Creative expression is a pivotal and indispensable aspect of business.
Typically we think of expression as being the words that we use, but it is a much broader concept.
The words, choices, actions that we take in order to share who we are is the act of expression. When we do it with soul, it is inherently creative.
Creativity is the act of interpreting intuition, energy and soul and extending this beyond the confines of our own being. Creativity is bringing our desires into form.
When we are creative we are bringing our essence forward into the world to mingle with the world and play and explore and learn and interact in our own unique way.
Creative expression is essential for your business.
Business is made up of hundreds of moving parts.
Parts that YOU need to orchestrate, operate and control.
Your to do list is as long as your arm, you have 15 different apps doing different jobs in your business, clients on different programmes, funnels, email lists, ads, conferences...
It’s hardly surprising that overwhelm is pretty much the number one stress problem.
Streamlining and simplicity seem like the solution.
Why are you hiding who you are from your clients?
Your values, ethics and beliefs are a part of you. Your clients are contracting YOU to help them.
If you are hiding part of you from them, they will not be able to connect fully with you and you will not be able to catalyse transformation in them. They won’t benefit from working with you – not in the way they could if you were truly YOU.
We aren’t comfortable being seen.
We aren’t comfortable selling our wares.
The two issues that come up over and over, especially for women entrepreneurs.
There are a stack of mindset issues we need to deal with to get to a place where business can be fun rather than torture. There is a lot of rewiring to be done.
But these are largely personal issues. In business, there is an aspect of visibility and sales that isn’t talked about. I believe it is one of the most pivotal aspects of business.