Showing up

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Okay, you’ve made plans to go to networking meeting today at 2pm. You’ve got your outfit picked out, and you are going to talk to 5 people you don’t know.


1pm ...Okay, it’s here. Wait, do I really have to go? Do I really have to be social? I don’t want to dress up. It’s too much work. What if I don’t like anybody? What if people don’t like me? I could just stay home and work on my blog.

This happens to most business owners. And it’s completely normal. 

When you have your own business and you are putting yourself literally on the line, social engagement where you have to talk about what you do can be scary. You can feel judged and evaluated for how you are living life, especially if things aren’t going well in your business. 

But how can things go right if you don’t do anything about it?

“To stay on the map you’ve got to keep showing up.”  Peter Gallagher.

Even if you feel like a fool, or whatever you feel, go. Talk to people. Open up. Be yourself. You will see how quickly change can take place when we stand tall, own our space and share who we are. Go for it! A free tool you can use to help build your practice even more you can find here:


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