Building a successful business doesn't have to feel like it's something only an elite group of people have access and privilege to.
The truth is that when it comes to winning at business, there are no secret codes and no secret societies.
If there's ANY secret that the most successful business owners have, it starts with this: If you want to grow your business and avoid getting stuck in overwhelm and defeat, you've got to learn how to boldly step into your own shoes so you can see and feel every bit of your unique and powerful superpower.
So if you're ready to grow your business with needle-moving clarity. . .
And if you're tired of feeling like you're just not cut out for the success that everyone else raves about. . . .
Then it's time to go deep and get really honest about what makes you one-of-a-kind.
It's the one thing that you use to leave a lasting mark on your world, the gift that you can't shut off (even if you tried), and probably, the part of you everyone else can see so clearly and so easily.
But stepping into your own shoes to see it and admire it for yourself? That can feel impossibly hard (especially when there's so much life and work getting in the way).
Truly finding your superpower, and boldly owning it, isn't something a quick checklist or fill-in-the-blank exercise can help you solve. Though it sounds magical, finding your superpower isn't magic at all. Instead, it's anchored deep in all of the years of life you've already lived. And when you learn how to peel back the layers of your story, you'll find it -- nearly hiding in plain sight.
You are such a light! I admire how you're able to hold the tension between being both a calm and grounding presence and a challenging and courageous coach.
I was worried about presenting myself in the right light. I didn't want to sell my self short or corner myself in a niche I didn't feel passionate about. I was never able to dig deep enough and reveal the "why" of who I am. The guide has given me direction, clarity, and focus so I don't waste any time getting the business off on the right foot.
You are the peace. . . the quiet space needed to truly dig deep and discover whatever it is that needs to be discovered.
I don't consider myself an exceptionally eloquent person. . .and I hate selling. Lindsay so quickly got me. . . I'm so thankful for Lindsay. . . I honestly don't know if I would have been as successful without her expertise.