What if I don’t want to prune my business
Push. Effort. Outcome. Focus. Competition. Niche. Target.
As I re-connect with my business, more precisely how I want to be in business, I keep falling into the traps I want to avoid.
Influence. Six-figure. Impact. More focus. More pushing.
I’ve been trained to, consciously or unconsciously, believe that I need to adapt to a specific way of doing business. That I need to learn the “only way” to become a success, change my mindset to “massive growth” and get my hands on the blueprint for businesses.
Within that message is another one – self-doubt.
If I don’t learn – I will fail.
If I don’t adapt – I will fail.
And I know this isn’t true – but I still keep falling back into trusting the truth from “someone else” more than I trust myself.
And it is leading me straight back to the limiting beliefs that made me question and want to explore my own way of being in business.
What if I don’t want to prune my business, and myself, into a Stepford Village looking garden with neat and tidy flowerbeds and golf green like lawns.
What if I want an untamed one where the weeds go into bloom, the grass sways in the wind and wildlife is welcome among the hammocks?
Well, I have to unlearn, undo and untame myself over and over again until I feel that I have arrived at something that, not only relies on my skills, but also nourish me in a sustainable and long-term way. Open for business but far from the culture of busyness.
Along on the ride are a stack of books (of course – how could I not!) that helps me back to my way of wanting to be in business.
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