Making it

on Jul 10 in Uncategorized by

How come some coaches and heart centered solopreneurs make it and others just don’t?

Most of us decide to go out on our own because we have big ideas and a passion and a belief to make a difference with our service or product. We do what we do because we love it. It gives us independence and freedom to work on our terms. Our work carries with it a feeling of contributing to the society we live in and is hugely important to our purpose and our mission in life. But let’s make no bones about it in order for us to keep sharing our gift with others and making that bigger difference we MUST make a profit otherwise we cannot function in our day to day living. If we aren’t earning good money we can’t pay our bills, put bread on the table and live our lives they way we want.  So often it is not a lack of passion that stops us from making it, it is having the “confidence” and the “know how” to get more clients and to make good money. The saddest thing I hear from coaches and solopreneurs is “I have no idea how I can make more money and I am losing confidence in my ability to make this business work!”  If passionate, make a difference people end up closing their doors, it just doesn’t have and affect on their life! So many other people’s lives are affected too! The clients we should be serving will not be served and so will continue to suffer, and as a knock on effect, so too will their partners, their children and many other loved ones in their life.

Imagine this -

You have seen your gift, you believed you could make a difference; you have paid good money to train and worked hard on polishing your gift. Now simply because you don’t know how to reach the people who need you, or you can’t make enough money from the people you are already serving, you take your gift put it in a locked box and keep it in the dark never to see the light of day again!

Your mind set about making it is incredibly important. You know the old saying “whether you think you can or you can’t you are right”

So here are 7 steps to help empower you to make it in our wonderful M.A.D world.

  1. Reconnect to your passion
  2. Polish your gift on a regular basis.
  3. Remind yourself why you do what you do
  4. Choose to let go of your limiting beliefs and step into your full confidence
  5. Think of your ideal clients now go find out where they hang out and get in touch with them
  6. Take a leap and go ask someone who you really want to work with to be your client. Do it now!
  7. Start charging what you are worth, Put your prices up!!!

If you would like to leave a comment or suggestion please do! Thank you for reading.  Marie

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