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Hidden blocks to money – a refusal to be rich

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Hidden blocks to money and success

As a heart-centred entrepreneur, you might already suspect you have deeply hidden blocks to money and success that make you uncomfortable being paid for your gifts.

It’s a thorny topic and there’s a host of specific blocks that cause us to push money, clients and success away without even knowing we’re doing it!

I cover them all in my free Quiz, Discover Your Hidden Blocks to Money & Success. Get a copy here. You’re welcome ūüėČ

Money Blocks Quiz

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[Video] It’s easy for THEM to be successful

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Myth-busting with Julie Hall

It’s true that self-employment is not for the faint-hearted, it’s a bumpy old road and self-doubt can be a killer!

Chances are you’ve already discovered that great feedback from clients is not enough to have you stepping out boldly, asking¬†to be paid.

But¬†it’s so easy to look at people who are further along and think

I’ll never be able to do what they do, I’ll never be that successful. It’s EASY for them, they’re so confident and they know what they’re doing. And I’m just little old me!

So I was delighted when¬†Julie Hall of Julie Hall Online¬†agreed to help me bust the myth that it’s easy for ‘THEM’¬†to be successful. (more…)

There’s something wrong with me

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Are you sure?

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“Who do you think you are? You don’t know enough yet. Nobody will pay you for that. You’re such a fraud!”

These are the voices I heard in my head all the time when I¬†started my business some 15 years ago, I was full of self-doubt and procrastinating all over the place. I just couldn’t get myself to do what was needed (more…)

7 steps to make networking fun (and get clients)

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Even if you dread it now

(It’s ok, lots of people do!)

Networking fearsIf the idea of getting ‘out there’ and telling people what you¬†do makes you go weak at the knees, you’re not alone.

You arrive at the meeting trying¬†to look¬†confident and professional, but you feel¬†like a vulnerable 6-year old in a room full of grown-ups who actually know what they’re doing.

You sit there in mounting terror as your turn to speak for 60 seconds comes around.

You find yourself keeping a low profile, spending a long time in the restroom or checking your phone and actively avoiding speaking to anyone for fear of being asked ‘So what do you do?’.

If you heave a huge sigh of relief when it’s all over and you can leave, and you wonder¬†why you went in the first place because it¬†never brings you any business anyway, here are a few practical steps you can take¬†to make networking more effective – and more fun! (more…)

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