I've been working with more and more women to gain confidence and clarity around taking their business to the next level, and for women, unfortunately, there are a few extra steps we have to take because there's some stuff that it's just not necessarily what we were taught when we grew up, so there's more and more stuff that we're finding out about what we really need to do.
One question I've gotten in the last few weeks a lot is, "Why do you guys always talk about money? It's not about necessarily the money for everybody." But the deal is income is a measure of the value that you create in the world. It's about how much can you step up, how much impact you can create. You can create more everywhere if you commit to a higher level of business. That's what we're doing here. What we really believe is when you come in with the intention to be your biggest self, you're going to show up really, really differently.
Let’s talk about one of the most important things in your business: why you are in business, your Big WHY. This is the North Star. This is the thing that guides you, that keeps you in alignment and on track with what you're doing all the time. This is your deepest belief, your desires, your core values. You have to figure those out not just when you start your business, but to BE in business.
Here’s something that I noticed this last week: we were running a campaign and I connected with a lot of my old colleagues, my old peers, and we had conversations about business and a lot of them were not successful.
People ask me all the time, how do I make that big jump to 6 and 7-figures? What's the one thing that I have to do that's really the catalyst? Many have heard me say this before: It's always you. Get you out of the way, because it's always about what are you willing to do? What are you not willing to do? That's pretty much what makes the difference.
Let’s talk about becoming a master delegator. I've worked with clients at all different levels, and that's been a giant sticking point. Even seven-figure business people struggle with this, so this might sound simple, but I promise you there's a whole lot more to it than you might think. It's a big ball of wax.
Hey. Good morning. Welcome to Coffee Talk. A little bit different time than usual. I'm just kind of getting back into the swing of it. I've been on a beautiful island at the Cape for the last couple of weeks actually, without much internet, so I've been doing a lot of thinking about how I want my business to be. It's a great time to calibrate, and come back inspired with lots of new motivation and lots of ideas for how I want to really be in business and in life together, so it's a really good combination and I'm happy about what I'm doing. You know, Seven-Figure CEO, people ask me all the time what is this one thing that I need to do to take my business to the next level and many of you guys have heard me say this before. It's always mindset and strategy together, so mindset is that thing that really helps with everything and makes it happen, so you have to get yourself out of the way before you really get started, and it's something that you have to practice all the time. Click the title of this article above to see the video or click on the read more link below...
Today, I want to talk a little bit about what this stuff is that really allows us to have the business that we love, but part of that is really what's the thing that's going to keep us stepping up and leaning in and getting to this next new level. That's always what we talk about. I get this question all the time when people say, "Hey, what's that big jump? How do I get to that big jump? What do I do so I can really up-level? I'm stuck at this level where I'm at. A lot of my clients are already in mid-six-figures, but they just can't get over this hump. What's this thing that really makes the difference?"
Check out this week's Coffee Talk. I get asked all the time, how do I make the jump to seven figures? What's the secret…? It's all about the strategies, AND, the mindset…. Today, fear of failure and fear of success.