My divorce was finalized the other day, and you might wonder why in the world I’m writing about this.
Well, it occurred to me to share something with you.
I knew I needed to make a change in my life but I was terrified for years.
When I finally ripped the band-aid off and spent that first weekend in my new place, I could barely get off the floor. The tears would not stop.
I was mourning the end of a relationship, yes, but I was also absolutely petrified:
“Will I be able to make it on my own?”
“Will I be ok?”
“Will this affect my business?”
“Will I be alone forever?”
In the fog I was in, these questions raced through my mind.
A few days later I woke up in that new place, where my bed was still the only piece of furniture, and I realized something.
The same tools, mindset and daily practices that had always gotten me through the crazy rollercoaster of owning my own business could also get me through THIS.
Yes, obviously divorce and entrepreneurship are two different things, but for me, they both were a chance for me to show myself what I’m made of.
Sometimes you get punched in the gut as a business owner.
It’s not for the feint of heart, they say.
And, often our personal lives can’t help but be affected by our professional lives, and vice versa.
See, I already knew that the level of success I experienced in my business was not just a product of how hard I worked or the amount of marketing I did.
I realized early on that it’s more so directly linked to the beliefs I have about myself, my ability to consistently choose courage over fear, my level of confidence in my skills and my worth, and my willingness to be “visible” and step out of my comfort zone.
To get back up after being punched in the gut, 1000% positive I’d be more than ok, that it would get better, that I could navigate anything that came my way.
It’s why I’ve been successful and my income keeps multiplying.
I wasn’t born knowing these things. I wasn’t magically equipped to deal with it from the start of my business.
In fact, I’ve always been a naturally anxious kind of girl.
But I studied, I learned, I practiced and I work at it every. single. day.
See, most businesses don’t fail because of outside circumstances.
They fail because of what’s going on inside. I see it time and time again.
Which brings me to this.
The other day pre-registration opened up for a brand new intimate retreat I’m holding called “Inside Out.”
It’s not for everyone. But if you want to dramatically change the results you’re getting in your business and your income, you need to learn how to shift your beliefs, your self-image, your habits, and your fears. And then take action.
It’s what I’ll be teaching a select group of entrepreneurs at Inside Out this May.
I wanted to give you a heads up that this is the lowest price you’ll see, $300 off. It expires this Monday, February 16th at midnight.
It would be a deep honor for me to welcome you into this sacred experience with me.
All you need to do now, is decide.