Trusting ourselves is sometimes one of the hardest things to do. We are awesome at giving that advice to the people we care about...yet...when it comes our turn to trust in ourselves, in our decisions or even our intuition, a whole lot of fear and stories turn up.
Physically. Emotionally. Financially.
I was CEO and co-owner at Spudbar, the franchised food group I had grown. I had two gorgeous kid and a husband who adored me. Yet it felt like I was in a hole that I might not emerge from. It felt like I was so deep in the shittiness of life that I wasn’t sure if I ever might emerge again.
I’m here to bust you through one of the biggest limiting beliefs that can stop you from barreling full force into whatever it is your heart desires as you build your business. Because I’ve been stuck in the muck of what I call COMPARITIS before, and comparing yourself to others can freeze you in your tracks.
Arriving in Bogota on the 17th March I had little expectations. Having chosen to come to Colombia to go on a spiritual retreat with my mentor Marci Lock, I had done little research and in fact was basing most of my knowledge on the move Romancing The Stone with Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner (I just looked it up and it was made in 1984 - 32 years ago. Oh my gawd!!)
It has never occurred to me to try and build my business on my own. Even though I’m a smart chick and have consulted to all sorts of businesses, have run businesses and can talk about business till the cow comes home, I know I don’t have all the answers. And I know that it’s hard to see the real story, the real opportunities when you are inside your own head, inside your own business and generally caught up in your own world.