You know I’m all about taking up space, and specifically owning your success, experience, work, and talking about money…and, let’s be honest, our online space still has a lot of noise around this, and the bigger the wins you share, the more judgments you open yourself up to.
So, what to do? How do you - or should you even - brag on your income wins, knowing people might be turned off?
What if you’re feeling really uncomfortable with the idea of putting your numbers out there because of what people might say?
I want to validate those fears and at the same time, lovingly challenge them and offer a different perspective and why I’m such an advocate for you owning your success.
Recently, I was asked how I deal with judgments from other people regarding the money I make and how transparently I share my revenue and other business numbers. This Q also brought up a conversation about general stigmas around making more money, talking about money, and all of the fascinating ways our brain can respond when it comes to money.
In this episode, we’re diving into You Asked, I Answered - ONE Question About Owning Your Success, Money Wins, & Navigating Judgments. Join the conversation to learn why I believe sharing revenue wins is important for our industry (and your business), the harm money stigmas can have on your relationship with building wealth, and my approach to handling judgment and comments around sharing my income wins so you can unapologetically take up space with your success, create more impact, and get paid.
IN EPISODE 112, we jam on:
ONE Question a past client asked me about sharing revenue numbers and navigating conversations and judgments about how much money I make, and what I notice happens for entrepreneurs who are learning to own their work and success.
The beautiful gift you give others when you’re able to recognize and celebrate your own success publicly and the reason I want you to stop hiding in plain sight and get paid.
One of my core human fears and why this now feels easier in the areas of money and success so you can see a new perspective on handling fear and judgment from others.
A belief that keeps business owners shrinking back that I want to normalize, and what I’ve found to be the actual truth behind this thought that will help you take up space with your success.
The truth about sharing your uncensored thoughts and opinions and what actually creates attraction marketing and draws in clients who only want to work with you and pay you.
My mission around money conversations in business, how I help my clients get more comfortable with talking about the benjamins, and what I want you to know when revenue wins are shared.
My A to your Q on whether or not to respond to judgmental comments when you brag on your success and my thought process behind this so you can apply this to your business and what you choose to share in your marketing.
Grab your earbuds and join us for this week’s episode of ONE Question: Unapologetic Questions for Unapologetic Results!
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P.S. Money is the language of business. Ready to change your relationship with money, get comfortable talking about it and treating it like the neutral resource it is, and set yourself up to make the monthly cash deposits in a way you can actually enjoy without worrying about someone judging you?
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