Here’s the rub about playing small that costs you energy and dollars: when you resist taking up space, both physically and energetically, you’re wasting precious brainspace…
And, you and I both know your brainspace is the most valuable asset in your business.
Just think about it - how mentally exhausting is it to constantly watch yourself, second guess yourself, monitor yourself, and fight against all of your natural desires and wants and ways of being?
Instead, what if that mental capacity were reallocated into serving your people, creating content, and birthing new ideas?
Just imagine... what you could take action on if you weren’t spending time worrying about what someone else might think?
It’s kind of wild to think about, isn’t it?
Sometimes the biggest drain on your revenue is the mental capacity wasted and energy spent trying to squish down and shrink back…your own resistance and overthinking that drain your most valuable resource - YOU and your thoughts.
Sometimes the easiest way to create spaciousness in your business, the kind that allows for new ideas, new clients, and new bank deposits to come in, is to get out of your own way long enough and lean into taking up more space and being “too much”.
And, by being “too much”, I really mean being just right.
Because that’s the whole thing with being “too much”: The act of embodying who you are and taking up your space is often interpreted to mean being loud, obnoxious, pushy, stepping on toes, or offensive (it’s not, btw).
It can FEEL like a lot at first. It can FEEL like you’re being big and wild and everyone will think, “Oh, that’s just too much.”.
When in reality, being willing to be “too much” and taking your power and mental energy back, taking up space in your business, and through your marketing, sales, and offers, is often the very thing that allows you to show up, take action, and be the appropriate amount to be seen and connect.
Your being “too much” might FEEL like a lot to embody because you’re taking your power and mental energy back and it’s a new space you’re stretching into - but on the receiving end, it’s going to come across as natural ownership of your work.
That’s where the magic (and the money) lies, friend
So, I’m curious, if you were to embrace being “too much”, what kind of action would you take this week? Leave a comment and let me know!
Wishing you your version of success!
P.S. Ready to stop playing small, shrinking back, and wasting all that mental energy so you can take up space like a boss and get paid? Let’s talk.
Book a free coaching consultation here to talk about how I can help you be unapologetically “too much” so you can make too much money as you build, grow, and scale your business.