Last week, we began talking about setting big goals and how embracing vulnerability can help you take action toward achieving them. And today, we continue the conversation about going after your dreams and dive into the ins and outs of what you need to do to reach success.
Listen in to discover why so many people give up on their goals and dreams and choose to blame external circumstances for their failures rather than taking responsibility. Join me as I share the necessary steps to ensure that you never fail or quit, and achieve the success you’ve been dreaming of.
Vulnerability is not about fear and grief and disappointment; it is the birthplace of everything we’re hungry for.
– Brené Brown
As we move into 2018, many of us are thinking about our big goals and what we want to accomplish in the new year. The process of setting big goals and going after them is often daunting and riddled with fear – the fear of failure, rejection, humiliation, or not being good enough.
Today, we continue our conversation about creating impact and dive into how we can influence our audience after we have created incredible value based on our experience from applying what we teach.
Join us as we explore what influence is all about and what it means to be an influencer in your community. We also dig into the six qualities of an influencer and how you can begin cultivating them in your own life and business.
In the previous episodes, we covered the foundation for creating a successful business – mastering your relationship with yourself and getting the hang of the mindset for success. And over the next few episodes, we’ll be talking about my business philosophy, mainly impact, influence, and how you’ll make over $100k in 2018.
Many of my clients are very intrigued by how I built my multiple-six-figure business without having a heavy online presence or dropping major coin on marketing. And today, I explain exactly how I was able to accomplish that feat and how you can do it in your business.
On the last episode, I talked to you about self-worth and the role it plays in mastering your relationship with yourself. I also touched on my “$100k thought” and what led me to it. Today, I want to continue this conversation and talk about the concept of self-value and what it takes to believe that you’re valuable.
Welcome to the 10th episode of The Diva Business School Podcast!
I am honored and I am grateful that you’ve stayed with me for 10 episodes of this show. Thank you!
Over the past few episodes, we’ve been talking about mastering your relationship with yourself to help you be successful in business and life. And this week, I want to begin talking to you about the final component of this work – self-worth – as well as the thought that has made me $100k.
“The graveyard is the richest place on earth, because it is here that you will find all the hopes and dreams that were never fulfilled, the books that were never written, the songs that were never sung, the inventions that were never shared, the cures that were never discovered, all because someone was too afraid to take that first step, keep with the problem, or determined to carry out their dream.”
― Les Brown
Most of the people who come to me have desires that they have not yet made into reality yet. I believe that in order to reach any goal, the most important thing you need is self-integrity.
The way I teach it, self-integrity is the act of connecting your desire with your thoughts, feelings, and actions to match your desired result. It’s the “doing” part of the work and turning your desire into belief.
I wholeheartedly believe that our self-worth comes from our capacity for self-love. Although most of us logically understand that we should prioritize the value of the love we feel for ourselves, we get crippled by the fear of not getting our needs met and not being loved by other people.
This fear of losing love and connection from others causes our minds to fight for these things as if we don’t already have them or beat ourselves up if we’re not in alignment with them. This fear and self-punishment takes us farther away from REAL self-love.
Many of my clients tell me that they don’t have enough time to build their business because their time is dedicated to their family or other things they have going on in their lives. I’d like to play devil’s advocate and say that this is simply and excuse.
We all have the same amount of time in a day, a month, a year, and yet some people achieve so much more in their businesses while living a well-balanced life than others.
Why is that?
This week, I’m following one of my clients’ suggestions to do an impromptu episode where I pull back the curtain on a week in the “fabulous” life of a multiple six-figure entrepreneur. I share my exceptionally catastrophic experience with getting this episode recorded and how it led to today’s episode topic – turning negative emotion into money.
In this episode of The Diva Business School Podcast, I want to talk to you about why our negative emotions don’t have to be something that prevents us from achieving our success and how they can actually be the thing that propels us toward it.