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How To Find The One Thing You Want To Be Known For

In my business I speak to many gifted, talented, smart multi-passionate entrepreneurs. They’re smart, ambitious, and highly qualified. There’s only one problem, They don’t know how to bring it all together, position themselves as the expert they are, and hit multiple six figures with ease. I believe that talented entrepreneurs like you who have so […]

In my business I speak to many gifted, talented, smart multi-passionate entrepreneurs.

They’re smart, ambitious, and highly qualified.

There’s only one problem,

They don’t know how to bring it all together, position themselves as the expert they are, and hit multiple six figures with ease.

I believe that talented entrepreneurs like you who have so much to give to the world deserve to make a great living sharing their gifts.

The good news is, when you’re a hidden gem, you only need to shift a couple of things, to turn the tables and thrive as you deserve too.

Example: 

if you are a hypnotherapist, yoga teacher, certified coach, ánd you’ve had a successful corporate career, you might be spinning your wheels on what to offer, who your Ideal Client and how to bring it all together. 

At the same time, you’re secretly annoyed when you see another ‘self-made coach’ become super successful in no-time (she’s got way less education and experience!!!)

FACT is… the fast-to-the-top girl is most probably quicker BECAUSE she’s got less to overthink. She just puts herself out there… without doubting if she should know a little more or get that one other certificate before she starts. 

The reason that you’re not climbing high to the top YET is that your standards are high. 

And that is a good thing. 

The only thing you need to do now is to find the ONE thing that you want to be known for. 

But HOW???!!

Truthbomb:

The answer won’t come from thinking (you’ve done that enough already). The answer will come from listening. 

Mine came literally during a deep meditation during a yoga training in Bali. 

No worries, you don’t need to go anywhere to get your answer. Simply do this: 

Have a journal and a pen ready. 

Create a focused environment for yourself; maybe burn a candle and make a cup of tea.

Write down the questions below on a piece of paper or in your notebook:

Then sit down and take a couple of deep breaths. Find silence. Take as much time as you need.

Then ask yourself:

Q1: What breaks my heart?

Journal on this question, write down everything that comes to mind. 

Q2: If it comes to my own journey, what is the one lesson that I’ve come to learn in this life-time?

Journal on this question, write down everything that comes to mind. 

Q3: What kind of advice do people come to me for?

Journal on this question, write down everything that comes to mind. 

Q4: What fires me up? What could I talk about all day?

Journal on this question, write down everything that comes to mind. 

Q5: If I could help people with only one thing, what would that be?

Journal on this question, write down everything that comes to mind. 

After the journalling, close your eyes again. Let it all settle in. 

Then complete this sentence. 

I am certified, qualified and/or experienced in all of the following: …..

…………………………………

But I really only do / teach / coach ONE thing… and that is:

………………………………….. .

That’s it! That is your answer. 

The next step is to package your wisdom in a unique way so you can market the sh*t out of your magic and multiply (or triple) your income with ease.

But that’s another article (wink).

For now: go do all of the above, and leave your answer in the comments. Can’t wait to read!

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