Have you ever said to yourself, “I’m really good at what I do. If only people knew I existed, I would be able to change their lives, but no one knows about me. I’m the biggest well kept secret!”
If you’re wondering why it is that you don’t have more exposure, visibility and, well, clients…or why, when you are so good at what you do, more people don’t know about you…
…this week’s Boldheart Business message is for you. Watch it now:
Now, you may reject what I have to share at first, but I want to invite you to be open to what I shared in this week’s video and to really dig deep into your belief system, ok?
What I’ve learned over the years is that how you feel (or the belief you have) about Marketing and Marketers actually dictates how many clients you have.
That belief that you’re carrying around on the subconscious level (don’t worry, there’s nothing wrong with you, most everybody has that perception about marketers) is what causes your marketing to be inconsistent at best…
…and why you aren’t putting yourself out there in the way that would make people notice you.
So how about you? Have you fully embraced marketing as a divine tool as I mentioned in the video, dedicating yourself to getting the word out there about your calling, so that the people who need you can find you?
If not… Why?
If I can be so bold, it is usually because of the incongruence I share with you in the video.
The first step toward changing a belief is recognizing it. And then doing the work to shift it.
Do the short assignment I shared with you in today’s video and, like our Boldheart Business members, you can turn everything around and get your message to the masses.
Because when you do, and you begin to embrace marketing in this way, you will experience a huge growth in your business.
You can’t not succeed when you do.
P.S. How do you know you’re embodying marketing as a divine tool? You are always doing it, with authenticity, integrity and love, and in a BIG way. You have something people need, right?
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