Success can be mighty uncomfortable.
I’m celebrating a $38k cash month doing things MY way.
And, if I’m honest, making great money doing what you love...on your terms...can kick up some serious dirt and discomfort.
Waking up one day to realize you’ve created everything on your vision board and have a “pinch me” life...can send even the most zen mindset-ninja into a guilt spiral.
And, because these are “good” problems to have, these aren’t conversations most business owners are having publicly.
These are the conversations I’m having behind-the-scenes with peers and clients regularly as they’re stepping into their own version of business success and hitting record-breaking income months.
Whether you’re just starting your business journey and wishing for these kinds of “good” problems or you’ve been around the business block and are growing and scaling, this is a narrative I want to normalize and have more of. Because this “upper limiting” and the sabotage that can follow is human and can affect you at *every* stage of growth in and out of business.
That’s why I went live to normalize all the sides of success, break down what it means to “upper limit”, and share some of the most common ways I see entrepreneurs sabotage their business income and impact when things feel too good to handle.
If you’ve ever picked a fight with your significant other after booking a client or had the blues after an epic income month, this conversation is for you.
Wishing you your version of success!
WE JAMMED ON:
Your brain isn’t wired for success and what it IS wired for that has everything to do with your business growth and ability to stretch into scaling.
What does it mean to “upper limit” and how you can catch and shift this pattern to avoid sabotaging your income, impact, and joy.
Three of the most common areas in business I see entrepreneurs create drama that prevents them from enjoying the ride and increasing their capacity for making money.
The “productive” and “smart” things business owners do to get in their own way and stall their forward momentum and money-making potential.
One of my favorite questions (adopted from Gay Hendricks’ The Big Leap) you can ask to create space for more of the good stuff today.
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