You need to get more clients. 

 

It’s that simple.

 

If you don’t make more money, you’re gonna have to do the thing that makes you die a little inside (a lot), wake up in a panic in the middle of the night at the thought of being trapped in a job, and cry (is that really the right word?) in grief sobs on your bathroom floor.

 

You know what I mean.

 

You’re gonna have to get a job (or not leave the one you have now).

 

And that makes you die inside because, for you, it’s about freedom.

 

You want to make your own rules, do things your way and make a transformational difference helping the clients you’re meant to serve.

 

Problem is?

 

You’re fucking terrified (and I’m not using that word to try and sound cool). I mean you’re freaked. the fuck. out. Shaking-knees-silent-voice-pounding-heart-sweaty-body-parts-feeling-like-puking-and-dying scared when you need to speak . . . or do live stream . . . or write something that actually sounds like you.

 

Mostly you’re scared because you secretly believe you’re just not good enough.

 

Maybe that looks like:

  • What if they say no?
  • What if I mess up?
  • I don’t have it perfect yet.
  • What if they judge me? For no makeup or for makeup? Gray hair or dyeing my gray hair? My background? How I say things? My crappy tech? And the list goes on.
  • What if I’m just a fraud?

 

And so you hide.

 

Sometimes that hiding is obvious. Like when you waste time or avoid doing things.

 

And sometimes, it looks like:

  • busyness with things that seem useful but just keep you spinning your wheels
  • overwhelm from all the courses and freebies and podcasts that shout for your attention
  • not enough time
  • perfectionism
  • or not being your real self because you’re afraid that people won’t like you if they know what you’re really like

 

But the truth is?

 

That you’re not really putting yourself out there (even though it feels like you’re busy).

 

You’re invisible.

 

And the result? You don’t get more clients.

 

I get it. 

 

It has been my story, too.

 

I’ve experienced that grief over leaving my business to go back to a job.

 

I’ve sat for 50 minutes in puky-hindered-fear before finally pushing the blue Facebook live button (but it was a breakthrough moment that you can read about here).

 

And I’ve been invisible, hiding (and bouncing around) in all the things that felt safe (lying to myself that I was actually building my business, if I got honest about it) and feeling totally discouraged.

 

But that’s no longer the case (even though I still feel fear). I started on a visibility adventure.

 

Wanna come with me?

 

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