So the only way we can override that programming is to have a strong vision to latch onto. And yet so few entrepreneurs are in touch with that vision. Without it, when the going gets tough, it’s the ones without a strong vision that will jettison.
In this interview, Krista Martin leads us through a profound visualization exercise for getting clarity on our vision.
Krista Martin is a marketing and sales coach who specializes in helping coaches and consultants build their business the easy way. A refugee from the corporate world she became an entrepreneur so she could have the freedom to raise her 2 kids and teaches entrepreneurs how build their business to fit their lifestyle as well.
- the number one thing that is keeping you from succeeding
- the 3 biggest excuses everyone – including YOU – is using that keeps them from the life they desire
- a profound visualization exercise for getting clarity on your vision
- Workbook: Your Business & Life Values
- “You can be the best coach in the world, the best copywriter, but if nobody knows about you, it’s really pointless”
- “Any entrepreneur …. we are first and foremost in the business of marketing”
- “The quote: ‘To have things you’ve never had before, you have to be willing to do things you’ve never done before’ is a daily reminder for me to get out of my own way, get out of my comfort zone and that gave me permission to try things, not do them perfectly , but just get out there and give it a shot”
- “It’s so easy to get stuck on those days when we think, ‘Who am I to stand up in front of this group of amazing women?’, ‘Who am I to have clients pay me x amount of dollars?’, ‘Who am I to have this amazing life?’ We all have those days, but when you have that vision, you realize that the real question becomes, ‘Who am I not to stand up and be amazing?’
- “The biggest importance of a vision is it helps to pull you through those days when you feel like you want to throw in the towel. Because you know you’re doing it for the sake of something much bigger. It makes it that it’s not about you, but it’s about something much bigger.”
- “The goal of our inner critic is to keep us safe. And when you’re running your own business, you’re taking risks left and right.”
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