I’ve seen it far too many times…
You get one negative comment on your blog. So you just stop blogging.
You can’t seem to get more than 53 people to “like” your Facebook page. So you decide to shut it down and go on a “social media sabbatical.”
You plan a big launch, but not one person signs up for your online course. So you decide no one wants to learn from you and never offer an online course again.
You spend all day writing the perfect article for your newsletter, but when you send it out you get 5 unsubscribes. So you stop sending out newsletters.
You can’t seem to figure out Mailchimp, so you decide to stop trying to build your email list.
You conduct 10 free strategy sessions but no one buys your coaching program. So you stop offering it..
You see other people in your industry making money every day, but you still have yet to land that first paying client. So you decide maybe you’re just not “cut out” for entrepreneurship.
Any of these scenarios sound familiar?
In my experience training, coaching and mentoring hundreds of women, I’ve noticed an unfortunate trend.
Many of us let small setbacks, inconveniences and challenges keep us from moving forward.
Why do we let one TINY issue compromise the HUGE vision we have to make a difference in the world?
When you give up too soon on your business goals, you’re reinforcing that critical voice in your head that says, “I’m not good enough” or “I don’t deserve success.”
When you give up too soon on your business goals, you validate the lizard brain, that part of your psyche that wants to keep you safe from the unknown.
And do you know what the worst part is?
When you give up on your business goals, you’re really giving up on YOURSELF.
If you’re ready to stop self-sabotage and recommit to your business goals, I invite you to apply for a complimentary “Launch Your Business” Strategy Session. It could very well be the most important conversation you have before the end of the year.
Leave a comment: Have you given up on your business goals? How can you get back on track with building a profitable business doing what you love?