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'Be who you are and say what you feel'!

Starting a business is not for the feint hearted! It takes courage, guts, determination and resilience. As a young girl, I'd heard the word 'no' so many times, it didn't come as a surprise in my Sales Calls. I'd learnt that 'no' is a full sentence and that it can also mean 'next opportunity'. 

So, I decided to delve a little bit deeper and analyze why I was comfortable with the word 'no'.

It meant that I was comfortable in my job even though I wanted more but depended on my paycheck.


It meant that I could avoid learning new technology - like creating videos which could have helped me promote my services.  

It meant that I didn't have the responsibility to coach women in case they didn't get the results I promised.

It meant that I didn't have to show up consistently on social media in case I wasn't accepted by family or friends.

It meant that I didn't have to think of my next steps for my business as it was too huge to handle. 

Once I realised how fear had crippled me, I decided to take action and deal with my fears one at a time. 

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I knew deep down in my heart that I was meant for more.  I knew that my superpower was to help more women accelerate in their journey so that they can reach their business goals faster.

I could see the potential in them and hear the passion in their voices as they spoke about what their business would look like six months from now.

I've been where they are now. My vision of working 3 hours a day, going for long walks on the beach while the sun set and enjoying fun activities started to fade away. I too wanted to give up as I hadn't signed on any clients in months.


I told myself that I hadn't come that far to back down so I took a step back. I asked myself several times 'what was the missing piece in my business?'

Then it hit me like a tonne of bricks! I was so focused on 'getting clients' and changing strategies that I had forgotten about my foundations aka my mindset!  I cracked the code!

My many ideas and thoughts were scattered. It ranged from post it notes on the wall to 21 opened internet tabs. No wonder, I was off balance and unable to attract my ideal client! I was all over the place and had no systems in place!