Getting Started

Getting Started
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Let's honor where you are.

It's important to know what you're struggling with. The more clarity you have about how you're struggling, the more relief you'll get.

During an introduction session I ask, "When you think about turning your interest or passion into something that supports you financially, what do you notice?"

Think for a moment. Let all thoughts arise in response to the question. When you are ready, write down what you notice. The thought can be complete or incomplete. Short or complex. Concrete or fleeting.

Next, ask yourself the following questions, one by one. Below each one, I've listed the most common responses.

Can you relate?

Question 1: Are there familiar thoughts running through your head?

I don't know anything about business.

I don't know what I don't know.

I'm not sure how to find clients.

Question 2: Is there a familiar feeling?




Question 3: How about images, what do you see?

Being stuck where I am

Others I admire

Unfinished tasks

If you've already done the brain dump exercise, see how your answers compare to what you've already written down.