Welcome to Day Two of 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.
Ever felt guilt or shame for being hungry and wanting more? I’ve got a question for you that will help you envision what you desire most and show you how to embrace the “cravings” or goals you have in business...which, in turn, affects the results you set yourself up to create.
Tune into this episode and get ready to stretch your capacity, begin to feel safer around wanting more income and impact, and go after what might seem like “too much” to others with ONE Question to Tap into Your Cravings for Your Biggest Results in Business.
ON DAY TWO, EPISODE 44 WE JAM ON:
A story that illustrates how society and well-meaning people can influence the way you think and shape the identity you have today as a CEO.
ONE Question to push back against the urge to shrink so you can tap into and allow your hunger for more of the good stuff (like clients, cash, and joy).
How to set goals past the “appropriate” or “polite” amount so you can grow and scale on your terms.
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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.