Wanna hear something shocking?

Wanna hear something shocking? ๐Ÿ˜ณ

I leave money on the table all the time, and feel 100% ok about it. #realtalk

Why? Because alignment and integrity matter to me more than anything in business.

I dont have to say yes to everything to make money. And shiny object syndrome has never served me well.

๐ŸŽˆI like deciding how cash flows to me and through me.
๐ŸŽˆI enjoy knowing that I feel fully aligned with the business decisions I am making in the moment.
๐ŸŽˆAnd I trust that there is always more where that came from.

I donโ€™t feel the need to hop on every online marketing trend (and there are always new ones). #fomo doesnโ€™t dictate how I run my business.

And this is the reason I expose my clients to as many strategies, systems and possibilities is because I know that we are complex and dynamic humans. And we need to learn how to lean into that, trust that, leverage that when it comes to how we choose to make money in our businesses.

Saying yes to everything can be distracting at best, and paralyzing at its worst.

So learning to say no to certain options and opportunities is empowering and it lets you be intentional and more aware of what feels right. Whatโ€™s mission driven.

You don't have to create courses, host retreats, start a YouTube channel, launch a podcast, work with 1:1 clients, get corporate contracts, become an influencer, invest in crypto currency, flip real estate, write a best seller, and go on a speaking tour at the same daggone time, or ever, honestly.

(although, if you wanted to... You absolutely could - I help multi-passionate clients navigate their multi-passionate desires all the time!)

But you do have to choose what feels in integrity for you, what feels aligned with you.

Get clear on that, hit the Do Not Disturb button on everything else ๐Ÿค—


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The Bad Pancake Theory…

Have you heard of the bad pancake theory in dating?


Lets apply this to your business...

Basically, when you make pancakes, the first one comes out a little wonky. But as you keep going, they get progressively better!

Usually, this is applied to dating after long term relationships. The first person you date is the bad pancake. But, it gets better after that, "they say."

Well, let's apply this theory to business. The first idea you have, the first course you create, the first video you make, the first live stream you do...all bad pancakes. When I say bad, I simply mean, it's not going to be perfect. You're still learning. And there is nothing wrong with that!

I mean sure, it's "edible" - you will be able to sell it, post it, launch it, etc...but will it be the apex of your life's work? 

No! It shouldn't be.

You know how many youtube videos I made before I felt like my videos were actually...kind of good?

You know how many courses I launched before I finally felt like I created my flagship one?

You know how many talks I gave at conferences before I felt like I could own it on stage?

You know how many times I winged out my eye liner before it looked good on my face? ๐Ÿ˜‚

A lot!

But you know what I never did? I never stewed in the idea that any of it had to be perfect before it made its debut. Who has time for that? I have a life to live, people to help, purpose to step into, obedience to walk in.

I kept going.

Perfectionism will kill momentum. And I am not available for that. Instead, I focused my energy on learning what I needed to learn so that it just got done! I can assess after, revamp later, and redo if necessary.

I am where I am today because I wasn't willing to lose to the idea that perfect the ONLY way to do it. 

So if you're spinning your wheels in neutral because you think the first iteration of anything needs to be absolutely perfect, just remember...even a batch of pancakes never start out ready for their cookbook cover closeup the first time.

Besides, who told you it had to be perfect anyway?

That mindset is going to make this experience more painful than it ever needed to be, my friend.

Choose again.


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