Why I’m falling deeper in love with my business 💖
In a world where we are taught to look outside of ourselves for the answers, implicitly trusting yourself is the most important aspect of running a successful business and being a soul-inspired speaker and leader.
Lack of self-trust leads to shrinking, hiding out, or holding back.
This then leads to not attracting the clients you want, the revenue you desire, and the perfect and plentiful business opportunities that are here for you.
The practice of self-trust is my greatest teacher and why I’m falling deeper in love with my business…
When I trust myself implicitly, I don’t doubt myself or second-guess my decisions. I move forward confidently, knowing that if and when I veer off course, my very own built-in “course-corrector” puts me back on track.
When I trust myself implicitly, I trust that whatever comes out of my mouth when speaking (or writing) is the right thing. And I trust that if I mess up or make a mistake, I’ll know how to recover.
When I trust myself implicitly, I open to the discomfort I feel in my body when I’m doing something exciting/scary like speaking, being interviewed on a podcast, creating a video, or launching a new program. I open up and allow the uncomfortable feelings to move through me, instead of tightening up or bracing for impact.
When I trust myself implicitly, I own my greatness on stage. I own that I have the power to move people with my words, energy and presence. I own that I have the power to make an abundant income with my powerful voice.
Implicit self-trust is a new way to love your business, and yourself. Try it!
Trust your process. Trust your timing. Trust your longings and desires. Trust your discomfort and discontent. Trust your imperfections and hang-ups.
Trust your intuition and own knowingness. Trust that the way you are running your business or the goals you have don’t have to look like anyone else’s.
Trust yourself implicitly. It’s a practice, so be patient, kind and loving with yourself.
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