Welcome to Day Three 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.
Have you ever thought about all of the times you’ve told yourself NOT to say, do, or share something in your business?
Turns out this can be a form of self-sabotage that caps your own joy, and it’s also an opportunity to start digging deep so you can show up unapologetically to receive too much of the good stuff (like clients, cash, and joy) you want most.
ON DAY THREE, EPISODE 45 WE JAM ON:
A look behind-the-scenes at a way I’ve played small and shrunk back in business and how I see this show up for other entrepreneurs.
ONE Question to help you uncover what might be keeping you from too much of the good that you can create with your work - like money, impact, and joy.
The sneaky limiting tendency I’ve noticed with vulnerability and how this ONE Question can help you examine what you share or don’t share so you can authentically take up more space in a way that feels good which is directly linked to your capacity to be and make too much noise, impact, and money!
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?
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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.