I’ve made a few “eek” decisions in my business recently – you know, the kind that get your heart pounding and bring up ALLL your stuff.
Decisions around investing in additional support and coaching for myself, so that I can birth the next level of my business.
Because frankly, I wasn’t getting there on my own. Despite my best intentions. Despite trying to kick my own butt. I’ve been feeling stuck and unmotivated for months now, even though I KNOW I’ve got some big stuff brewing.
I don’t know if you relate to this, but my Achilles heel is thinking that I can figure everything out on my own. That just because I am amazing at helping others find clarity and step into their next level, that I shouldn’t need help to do that myself.
Uh nope. Wrong. That right there is the kind of thinking that keeps us small. And stuck. The truth is we actually need MORE help when we are up leveling. Especially when we have a big vision and big plans.
What is so “eek!” about the decisions I’ve been making?
- I’m investing beyond my comfort zone. I don’t know that this is true for everyone, but it certainly is true for me… if I really want to get off my butt and get moving, I need to invest at a price point that is a bit scary. A price point that matters. It’s been a while since I’ve done this and ooooeee! Here I am once again.
- It is bringing up all my stuff! When we invest (literally) in our next level it starts to bring up all of our stuff. All of the “who do I think I am” stuff. All of the impostor syndrome and “OMG – what if this doesn’t work? What if I end up living in a van down by the river!?” (Nod to those who get this 90s SNL reference, hehe). Let’s just say my ‘stuff’ has been in full effect this past week, which lets me know I’m right on track. 😉
- I know I’m going to have to let go of some things. Up leveling requires us to let go of what is no longer serving us in order to make room for what comes next. I don’t know yet exactly what I need to let go of, but I do know that the Tina I am now is not the Tina I need to become for my next level.
And so here I am, crossing my fingers and jumping on in!
I’m curious… when was the last time you made an “eek!” decision?
Is there any part of you right now that is calling you to make an “eek!” decision that you’ve been avoiding?