More of us have money fears than we realize, and we probably think that if we had more money, we would not be as fearful. This is far from true. It is all about how you frame money and the meaning that it has to you.
If you have learned the skill of coaching, you have clients, and you have a handle on running your business, but you’re feeling underprepared for the actual day-to-day reality of coaching or scaling your business, this is the episode for you!
For many business owners, often the fears associated with scaling a team can become a massive hurdle to their business’s greater success. Today we discuss what it looks like when business owners don’t want to get out of their own way to get some leverage so they don’t have to do everything themselves.
If you feel like life is happening to you instead of for you, it might be that you are not taking personal responsibility. When we continually blame our external circumstances for how we feel internally, we become disempowered.
Being put in a box is not something you can do to today’s guest, Tiffany Alexy. Tiffany is a young entrepreneur who is passionate about real estate and building businesses. Yet, she cannot be pigeonholed as simply being a realtor. She is an author, a relentless growth seeker, and has been featured in a range of publications.
If you have ever experienced imposter syndrome, you will be familiar with the added layer of judgment that comes when you are hard on yourself for feeling like a fraud.
Today’s guest on the Relentless Growth Podcast is Elizabeth Benton, the number one bestselling author of Chasing Cupcakes, host of the widely popular Primal Potential Podcast, and a seven-figure entrepreneur.
For so many of us, time is one of the biggest stressors in our lives because we feel that no matter what we do, there are just not enough hours in the day. But if you have not been intentional about planning your time, you are likely in a state of reaction, which only compounds the feeling of chasing the clock.
Language is such a powerful way for us to gain insights into what people are and aren’t saying, what they do and don’t believe, and how they feel or don’t feel. When you are attuned to the specific language that you, your team, or your clients are using, then you will truly understand how people’s minds work.
Can you believe that this is the one-year anniversary of Relentless Growth? We are so grateful that you have been with us on this learning journey, and we are just getting started.
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