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Standing in Your Truth As An Entrepreneur

Standing In Your Truth as an Entrepreneur

Do you have the entrepreneurial bone? Standing in your truth means acknowledging whether you do or not, and seeking work that allows you to shine. In this clip, I’ll share some insights on this topic.

Standing in your truth sometimes requires you to step outside your comfort zone.

I have found that, in many cases, people working in traditional jobs are not fully standing in their truth because they would be much happier and more fulfilled in an entrepreneurial role.

Are you in denial about standing in your truth as an entrepreneur?

If you keep finding yourself in jobs where you feel unfulfilled and miserable, chances are the answer to that question is yes.

And if you were built to be an entrepreneur, you’ll never be happy with a traditional job title.

Maybe you know you would be happier as an entrepreneur, but you think it’s too risky or challenging.

Or it won’t pay the bills.

Or you don’t know what type of business you would start anyway.

Job security and financial security are two of the most common reasons people who have what I call the entrepreneurial bone stay in unsatisfactory jobs.

Pssst… guess what?

I have found that trusting myself and becoming an entrepreneur (and a coach) has given me the most secure job I’ve ever had.

AND I love what I do. That’s a double win!

Here’s another bit of truth you may not have considered: Having the entrepreneurial bone doesn’t mean you have to hang out your own shingle and be a business owner in order to be happy and successful.

You can also work for someone else in an entrepreneurial style business.

It really depends on the situation.

I gain so much satisfaction from helping secret entrepreneurs find their niche and create work they were meant to do in the world.

If you’re a secret entrepreneur, it’s possible for you too.

There are numerous ways to put your natural gifts and talents in the service of bringing you job and career satisfaction.



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