Something I hear all.the.time. from clients when we’re looking at their content, copy, and overall marketing and sales process is, “But, isn’t that too much?
Or, I don’t want it to seem like it’s too much.”
There’s a worry about being too much in a piece of content.
Being too much in a promo post.
Selling too much....following up too much...asking for too much...being too much too handle...making too much money...because that could be too much.
One thing I know for sure is worrying about being too much, coming across as too much, asking for too much, sharing too much are all ways entrepreneurs hide in plain sight, waste precious brain space, and this is costing you and your business TOO MUCH.
Your willingness to unapologetically be TOO MUCH and take up space directly affects your ability to make those next-level, record-breaking cash deposits AND the change and impact your beautiful work creates.
That’s why I created the Too Much Series: five mini-episodes with short but insightful and practical questions to help you tap into being too much so you can make too much noise, impact, and money in your business.
Join me for Day One where we shed light on how the narratives you have around showing up fully might be costing you in your business.
ON DAY ONE, EPISODE 43 WE JAM ON:
A monologue from the book & movie Gone Girl and what this messaging has to do with how you’re showing up, taking up space, and running your business (and what this has to do with stepping into being too much and making too much).
ONE Question to help you check yourself on people-pleasing, perfectionism, and caretaking so you can stop stifling who you are and what you truly want to create bigger results on your terms.
The mantra I use about myself as a business owner and the truth about being cheap, nice, and cool.
Want to sign up for the rest of the series so you can get your hands on the BONUS playbook with additional journaling prompts and affirmations designed to help you take action and fully step into taking up space and making too much noise, impact, and money on your terms?
After you have a chance to listen, I’d be ever so grateful if you left an *honest* review.
Your reviews help put this podcast in front of more listeners, and together we can shift the narrative in the online space. Because ONE question truly can change the entire trajectory of your business and life.
As a thank you, I’ll be picking one listener who leaves a review each month to win a free coaching session. Thank you for listening and for your support!
Thanks for listening, wishing you your version of success, and reminding you that it’s safe to take up space, own your work, and make too much money on your terms.