Are you watching yourself in business really closely?
You know, watching everything you do, and checking it twice?
Is this method working to help you bring in more clients and cash?
What I’ve found over and over again - in business and life - is the more you watch yourself like a hawk, the more likely you are to get in your head and in your own way.
Don’t believe me? Think about how this works outside of business. Have you ever noticed how the things that you don’t obsess over seem to come the easiest?
You know what I’m talking about: ditching the restrictive diet and having some pizza only to find you weigh less (and feel a hell of a lot happier because pizza is life).
Or, you quit obsessing over meeting someone and checking your dating apps every five minutes....and meet someone the next night when you’re out running errands.
I joke with clients the same was true with acting, when I was too sick (or hung over) to obsess over my lines and ‘let it go’...I’d have my best performances.
The same principle applies to every area of business.
‘Cause the more you’re watching yourself like a helicopter mom, the more you’re looking for where you’re fucking up. And, this leads to overthinking, questioning yourself, redoing work, not starting work, getting pissed at the pace of your growth, comparison, and generally finding new ways to sabotage yourself.
And, the more you’re watching yourself closely, the more you’re eroding your self-trust. The internal message becomes, “I can’t trust myself to do this right. I need to be watched for this to be safe and ok.”
The more you can stop watching yourself and scrutinizing every single action you make, the more you’ll release the pressure and can create enough space for the magic to happen...and you’ll watch epic results like more clients and cash money roll in.
The win in business is trusting yourself enough to get it right without needing a babysitter. That’s the kind of self-trust that earns other people’s trust and sells.
That self-trust is where the magic of detachment and your next-level income results are hanging out.
Wishing you your version of success!