Career Advice AUDIO / For Legacy Entrepreneurs

Are You Standing in Your Truth?

Are You Standing in Your Truth?

A big part of standing in your truth is recognizing your unique gifts. Are you doing that?

Standing in your truth is an essential part of living your passion and discovering the heights of your true potential.

It can also facilitate the process of building a thriving business as a legacy entrepreneur.

Unfortunately, it’s easy to get caught up in endeavors that take us away from appreciating our unique gifts and talents.

No comparison!

One of those endeavors is comparing yourself to other people who do similar things to what you are doing.

Whether it’s in your role as a parent, a spouse, a friend, a business partner, or an entrepreneur, comparing yourself to others is a useless drain on your time and your energy. Not to mention your self-esteem.

The biggest issue I have with people comparing themselves to others is that it’s like comparing apples to oranges.

Because there’s only one you! No one else brings the same strengths and talents you bring to the table.

Why do your clients choose you?

It doesn’t matter if there are hundreds of other people doing what you do, not one of them is going to do it exactly the same way you do.

That special touch you bring simply by being who you are is what makes your work stand out from other people who may be offering similar products or services. Your ideal clients are attracted to you because of that.

They resonate with your energy.

There’s a fit.

There’s chemistry.

That means they wouldn’t be as interested in someone else’s work in the same way they are attracted to the work you do.

It also means you’re doing yourself and your potential clients a disservice when you try to do it the way other people do it.

Your clients and other people in your life who appreciate your uniqueness are aware of how valuable you are.

Don’t be the last one to figure that out!



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