4 Reasons You May Not Be Where You Want to Be Yet in Your Business
You aren't where you thought you'd be (or where you want to be or could be) in your business yet. Maybe you haven't created a signature offering yet, or figured out your big message, or built your know, like, and trust factor.
Or maybe you haven't attracted enough clients yet or made the money you thought you'd make by now.
Why is that? What's holding you back? What's getting in your way?
here are 4 reasons why you aren't where you want to be (or could be) in your business yet:
1. You haven't fully discovered what your unique talents are and therefore aren't leveraging them the way you could be. Thinking you know what you're good at and knowing what you're good at are two different things. Knowing what you're good at gives you the power to stand out from everyone else online doing what you do.
2. You haven't developed your unique talents into strengths, which requires an "investment" in gaining skills and knowledge around those talents and spending time developing those talents. (Talent x Investment = Strength). This lack of development can mean mediocre action and (worse) mediocre results.
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3. You don't truly appreciate your unique talents and therefore lack the confidence your business desperately needs. Just like you show gratitude and appreciation for others, you need to show it to yourself too! Ever read that book, The Secret? It is based on the law of attraction and claims that positive thinking can create life-changing results such as increased happiness, health, and wealth. This is TRUE for your strengths too! The more you believe in your strengths and the power of them, the more confident you will be that you will attract the clients that are meant to work with you and that you will reach your biz goals....you will ATTRACT what you believe.
4. You aren't leveraging your strengths as much as you could be and therefore your business isn't where it should be, or more importantly could be. Underutilizing your strengths can make you feel like there isn't anything unique or special about you and puts you in the mindset of, "Why would someone want to work with me"?
No matter where you're at in your business, YOU can work on discovering, appreciating, and better maximizing your strengths. It's a continual process. It's not a do-once-set-and-forget thing.