What if you could rewire your beliefs to actually enjoy the learnings along your journey and embrace the freedom you desire? More is possible for you, are you ready to reach for it?
There are many entrepreneurial challenges you’ve probably heard about, such as time management, cash flow, being disciplined, etc. and once again I’m not going to deny those are things you'll need to map out - but what if you could rewire your beliefs to actually enjoy the learnings and have the freedom you desire?
Hey Party People,
What if we believed a different story? A story that wasn’t built on the glorified hustle and grind but rather one where we embraced our freedom, shared our creativity and stepped into who we were truly meant to be. What if we wrote a different story with a new narrative?
Now, I won’t lie there are many things about entrepreneurship that are challenging. 100%. But there are challenges in everything we do – it’s a matter of how we perceive these challenges and which ones we choose to embrace.
One transition I found to be challenging when I started this journey was going from working with a team to working solo. I no longer started my day at the coffee maker fighting over who got the first cup (the CEO always got the first cup haha) but rather it now begins with meows and special requests from my two furballs Bodhi and Kai. It’s not quite the same. This just meant that I needed to prioritize different ways to find and create opportunities for social connection. We all need community one way or another.
If you're looking for some social connection I'd love to invite you to join the Best Kind of Growth Facebook Community. This is a great spot if you're lookin' to vibe with some great individuals.
Another challenge I faced was learning to wear all the hats. You become the finance team, marketing lead, and IT department all wrapped into one. And yeah you kind of gotta figure it out sometimes… but instead of stressing out about what I don’t know… I learned to embrace my strengths. I’ve also come to know that I’m capable of way more than I thought. I’ve built a website, wrote and published a book, found a cover designer, started two businesses, created offerings and service models, written contracts, manage all the invoices and I'm still learning new things all the time. And where I lack skills (because no one knows everything) I ask for help. So far in my experience others have ALWAYS been willing to help me out.
The last thing I'll note that has probably been the biggest learning curve for me is pricing my work. No big surprise there but I've embraced a values-based approach rather than an hourly rate. This required a HUGE rewiring for me because our society doesn't work this way. Anotehr thing about pricing is that it's 100% undeniably tied up in our own self-worth.
There are other challenges that you’ve probably heard about before as well, such as time management, cash flow, being disciplined, etc. and once again I’m not going to deny those are things you'll need to map out - but what if you could rewire your beliefs to actually enjoy the learnings and have the freedom you desire?
There is a way, a different way. I want you to stop accepting (and glorifying) the struggle so easily and to help me change the narrative. Next week I'm opening spots to my newest program, Entrepreneur - A different way. If any of my story has resonated with you, there's something in this program for you. It's going to change the way you look at business and what it means to be an entrepreneur. We're going to build the foundational beliefs upon which your business, or any goal you have, will grow.
If you're already convinced and want into this program, I'll gift you a pre-pre sale price below. This won't last for long and is only offered to my email subscribers hee hee.
Being an entrepreneur doesn't have to be hard. We create so much of our struggle. Choose to write your own story and don't be afraid to step into something new.
I promise you, you got this.
P.S. Did you miss Part 2 of this Series? Check it out here - The Hustle and Grind Wasn't for me.