Making the Maven Episode 118: Pay close attention to what kind of words are coming out of your mouth.
I’m back with another solo episode with yours truly, Michelle McGlade! It’s the new year and we’re excited to achieve our goals, but some things that keep coming up with my students are their self-limiting beliefs. Are you saying words like, ‘I’m not ready yet,’ or ‘I’m too busy,’ and it’s making you stop dead in your tracks? You are sabotaging yourself! Let’s help you get unstuck in today’s episode so you can put yourself out there and do great, great things!
Key Insights & Aha Moments
*Are you self-sabotaging yourself?
*I’m posting a live webinar this Wednesday 17th at 12 p.m. EST about the three online marketing secrets! Don’t miss it with yours truly, Michelle McGlade!
*One of the reasons why you’re getting stuck is because you keep falling into the same limiting beliefs that are holding you back.
*We naturally want to go into situations that make us feel safe. However, as business owners we need to battle against this.
*You need to constantly be analyzing and adjusting what’s comfortable for you as you grow your business.
*How does self-sabotage show up in different people?
*Pay close attention to what kind of words are coming out of your mouth.
*Are you saying words like, ‘I’m not ready yet,’ or ‘I’m too busy’?
*Stop making excuses for yourself! You can do it.
*How do you overcome these barriers you are putting on yourself? Step one: Question the validity of each excuse you’re coming up with.
*Do you feel like 2017 didn’t go the way you wanted? Do you feel like you just didn’t make things happen? This stops now!
*What kinds of things are triggering you to say these self-limiting beliefs? Do they come up when you’re faced with new territory or the unknown?
*I’m so, so passionate about this topic because I’ve been through this too!
*Take time to reflect on your business and see where you can improve.
*It’s great to aim high, but set yourself up for a realistic journey so you don’t end up discouraged and disappointed with yourself.