Today's episode is all about the importance of not limiting how quickly (or not) things are meant to happen in your business. It's about understanding that small steps are important, but also knowing that big leaps can happen at any time.
Today's episode is all about the importance of not limiting how quickly (or not) things are meant to happen in your business. It's about understanding that small steps are important, but also knowing that big leaps can happen at any time. I'm sharing examples of big leaps from my own business, and what I did (or didn't!) do differently to make them happen.
“I don’t think we need to prescribe how quickly we are meant to grow. Sometimes it’s time for a big leap. Sometimes it’s time for small, sustainable, slow steps… I don’t want you to limit your thinking about what’s possible in your business”
Some of the things I talk about:
- Reflecting on my business journey over 11 years, and starting a new business over the last 18 months
- Times when small steps led to my goals vs other times when there were huge leaps
- What did or didn’t lead to the bigger leaps
- Leaps in mindset vs. leaps in income
- The importance of not limiting ourselves and thinking we know what’s possible
- And, on the other hand, the importance of understanding the work that goes into an “overnight success”
- How some leaps can lead to massive mindset shifts
- Why you’re not a failure if things contract again, too
- The importance of not limiting ourselves based on what others do and what we think we can do
Links from this episode:
- Blog Post: Here's What Happened When I Got to Know My Business Numbers Intimately
- My Course: Clarify: Your Big Picture Business Kit (Step Out of the Busy Work & Uplevel Your Business)
Other episodes you might like:
- Episode #3: My Online Business Journey – from Unemployed to Freelance to Business Owner
- Episode #1: Ray Dodd on Finding Your Zone of Genius, Internal Stories & Taking Up Space
“Big leaps will happen; small steps make a difference – it’s all good”
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