Do you expect to make money in your business?
I’m not talking about those pressure-filled expectations to perform at a certain level or be a certain way.
I’m talking about the expectation that comes from believing in what you have to offer, knowing it’s damn good, and generally believing people want to pay you.
This is detached expectation that knows, “My stuff is so good, I know someone wants this and would be excited to buy it. People love to give me money for my work.”
This kind of expectation oozes confidence, and confidence creates magic and money.
This kind of expectation becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.
The question is, are you setting yourself up for the self-fulfilling prophecy you want? Because, the truth is what you say you want and what you *actually* want aren’t always the same thing.
What you vision board doesn’t always match up with what feels safe and OK for you to have.
Want to know what you’re *really* thinking and what you *actually* want?
Take a look around at your current business results and what’s showing up for you...
the quality of your day-to-day and running your business...
the clients that are (or aren’t) showing up...
the money you’re making...
the challenges that are popping up…
Whatever is showing up for you right now is a pretty good reflection and representation of the quality of your thoughts and energy over the last few months. Your results in business (and life) are like direct feedback of what you actually want and think about all day long (consciously and subconsciously).
What do your current results tell you about what you *actually* want?
What thoughts do you need to shift to create the self-fulfilling prophecy you want?
Wishing you your version of success!