As empath, intuitive, sensitive, or introvert we are constantly re-evaluating who we are, what we have to offer and the value we provide in an ever changing environment. It’s our strength AND it can prevent us from claiming “expert status” – and doing so with the confidence that creates visibility for our business.
Take a courageous stand for what you believe in - in your own unique, and sometimes quiet, way
Relax into being center stage and the brand of your business, despite your natural inclination to put the focus on your clients
Create a bold message that produces polarization to cut through the noise even if it feels uncomfortable
People purchase our services because of the value we provide. This value is not just based on the actual service or method, but what you personally bring to it. You ARE the “secret sauce”! Prospects not only respond to your personality, expressed through your electro-magnetic field or aura, but also the subtle field beyond it, your soul.
Become comfortable with the idea and start connecting with your subtle field
Learn how to consciously activate your energetic resonance so you can engage more easily with prospects and clients
Increase your resonance to a higher frequency to attract the kind of client you want to work with
Business Success is an Inside Job
Walking into new territory, such as building a business, brings up things that we might not have come up against before and they need to be addressed on all levels to create outer success: from the physical (e.g. having more vitality), to the emotional (e.g. experiencing more joy and love), mental (e.g. clear mind-set), and spiritual (e.g. tapping into pure resourcefulness and creativity).
1. From resistance to manifestation
Most solopreneurs go into business to practice their art, to offer their clients amazing experiences and outstanding results. And yet, if we want to be successful as business owners, we will spend a lot of our time and effort on a host of other activities, starting with marketing and sales to administrative tasks. It often creates resistance that comes in all shapes and forms until we shift our mind-set and accept that business success is an inside job and only when we embrace all facets of who we are and what our business requires from us will we enter a space of true manifestation.
2. From self-doubt and fear to confidence
Being a business owner takes incredible courage. Any shadow aspect within ourselves that we haven’t yet dealt with inevitably comes up as a potential stumbling block. The self-doubt and fear that this creates can be truly paralyzing and only our commitment to embrace the fear and build an inner source of confidence can get us beyond and towards business success.
3. From procrastination and perfection to creation
Oftentimes, our fear is hiding underneath a tendency of perfection, which then can lead to procrastination. When we shift from a commitment of perfection to one of excellence, it frees us up to give our own personal best and to “fail fast” where needed, so that we can try something else. It’s the ultimate art of marketing and a place of ongoing creation.
4. From inconsistency to continuous action
Business, like anything else, thrives when it receives attention. Once we decide to build a business, it is a commitment for continuous action and it can be difficult to honor our commitment with everything else going on in life, especially as empaths, sensitives, intuitives or introverts – we can easily get caught up in our emotions, the lives of our loved ones and clients… you name it. Part of the personal self-care is to keep ourselves energetically clear, so that we are able to continuously take initiative in support of our vision.
5. From overwhelm to grounded energy boundaries
Part of our job as a service provider is to keep ourselves clean and clear so that we can best serve our clients. The more consciously we work, the higher the level of self-care needed: aside from physical and mental “hygiene”, we also need to keep clear energetic boundaries. Lack of energy or overwhelm usually indicates that we are taking on the energy of our clients. Grounded, energetic boundaries mean that we keep ourselves a fine-tuned instrument.
6. From "hate" of marketing & sales to choice
Most entrepreneurs I speak to really don’t like marketing and sales. It seems a “necessary evil” as a business owner and that in itself carries quite a negative charge that any action we may take will be infused with. At some point in our life as a business owner there is a moment of choice: do I want to be successful? And if so, what does that mean with regards to marketing and sales? The successful entrepreneur chooses to become friends with these activities and to consciously make it about the joy of connection building.