In the next five minutes, I’m going to share with you the one secret that holds a lot of people back from ever really increasing their prices, or growing their business and the brand in the way that they want them to grow.
It’s something that I’ve struggled with before and it’s something that I’m sure that you have also struggled with.
Anybody who transitions from working for someone else to then stepping into a role where you’re charging for your own services and things that you do – struggled with this.
And this is…
…the imposter syndrome.
This is the feeling when you are afraid to charge for your services, you are afraid to grow your business, you’re afraid to talk about your services, and about what you do, and to charge what it is that you’re really worth – you start doubting yourself and your abilties.
I’m gonna give you a quick little snippet, here, in the event that you’re not sure if this is you or not.
Let me ask you a question.
How many courses have you taken in the last 30 to 60 days?
Are you consistently consuming a lot of educational content?
Are you continuously trying to get new certifications, and more and more and more certifications because you really don’t feel comfortable going out and working with clients right now because you just don’t feel like you are good enough?
Then this is probably you.
If you know, deep down, that you can help people, but you say:
“Oh, well I’m not going to launch my business until I’ve gotten this certification,”
“I’m not gonna continue to promote, or I’m not gonna even start to promote until I’ve taken this test, or until I finish this course.”
You’re really just delaying helping people who really, really need you.
Here’s the thing about people who really show up in the world to do great things.
You have to make the shift from thinking that people aren’t going to want to work with you to really understanding that it’s your responsibility, as someone who can help other people, it’s your responsibility to share your products, and your services, and your messages, with the people that you can help.
People have problems that you can help them to solve. Period.
Thinking that you need additional
If you know, deep down inside, that you can help people, right now, but you keep thinking that you have to have additional certifications, you have to continue to go through a lot of
This is kind of like walking by someone who is drowning, and you just continue to walk.
That is essentially what you’re doing.
I’m not trying to put a damper on your day, I just want to be honest with you, and I want you to understand, and know, that if you have the ability to help someone right now, in your business, and you’re not doing it, it is just like walking by someone who is drowning, and not helping them.
Don’t walk past anybody who is drowning.
Make sure that you start offering your products and your services as soon as
So when you go out, and you get results for your clients, and you help them to achieve their goals, that is going to equal certainty.
Certainty for them that you know what you’re doing, and certainty for you that you know what you’re doing, and certainty equals confidence.
It is all a big circle, and your next step is to make sure that you get in there, and you save those lives, and you don’t let anyone drown.
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