Being a successful spiritual entrepreneur means creating a life that truly reflects who you are and what you believe in.
You have gifts that you want to share with the world and when you run an online business, you have the potential to reach and help a lot of people.
Far more than a regular, brick and mortar business.
This may sound like a good thing (and it is) but for a spiritual entrepreneur, it can feel overwhelming.
Just the thought of reaching thousands of people with your gifts via online programs and courses or live retreats and events, can create deep feelings of anxiety, fear and even full on panic.
If the thought of stepping into the “limelight” creates feelings of overwhelm, take a deep breath and know that it’s only natural to feel this way.
Sensitive entrepreneurs feel comfortable in small groups or when they are connecting one on one.
The idea of “going big” can feel scary and out of your league but there’s a simple yet powerful way to overcome this…
I’ve found that the most effective way to speak up about yourself and your gifts is to come from a place of service.
When you do this, you will be able to talk about your talents, gifts and skills to and you will be able to blog about it or post on social media without apology.
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One of the biggest fears sensitive entrepreneurs have is that they will come across as egotistical or arrogant if they speak up about their gifts or tell others what they do.
This will not happen if you come from a pure space of wanting to help.
Every time you feel anxious or afraid of posting on social media or talking to a potential client on a discovery call, remember to step into a place of service.
Focus on how you can support others with your gifts.
The energy of service is a world apart from the energy of needing to “sell” and “make money.”
When you come from service, you will find your ideal clients drawn to you and you will have very little trouble offering our programs and services to the world.
While I will say that it is important to keep an eye on your revenue and income, give yourself permission to focus on what you do best — sharing your gifts.
When you do this, you’re taking the pressure off from “hitting your income goals” or “creating a massively successful business.”
When you let go and come from a place of service, you are allowing yourself to enjoy what you do and you’ll find that a lot of the fear and anxiety around speaking up about yourself simply disappears.
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