“This isn’t working!” is something I hear a lot. If you’re not seeing the results you should be seeing, or if it feels like you’re spinning and not moving the needle in your business…
But first, I have a story for you.
In 2016, I came across Amy Porterfield’s work and I was on fire! I decided to launch my first course. I began creating all the content for the course, building a community around this specific expertise, and was gearing up to launch it.
But the imposter syndrome hit HARD before I was ever able to launch.
I started to notice that there were more people offering something similar to what I wanted to offer…
And I started to wonder if I had enough experience to even be the ‘expert’ in that space.
Turns out, I never launched it, threw in the towel on the entire venture, and went back to dabbling with everything else in my life. Meanwhile, I’m wondering why I wasn’t getting the results I wanted in my life.
There was a moment where I got so tired of being tired and realized that I wasn’t ever fully committed to anything. As soon as something got hard, I resorted back to my comfort zone.
But when I had enough of the “small” results and wasn’t able to have the things I wanted (like leaving my corporate career and starting my business) — I decided to go ALL IN.
I took bigger risks, moved through the uncomfortable feelings of fear and insecurities, and committed to the long game.
It wasn’t too long after playing BIG that I started to see BIG results.
I scaled my business to 6-figures in one year and never questioned whether or not I was on the “right” path.
So my question to you is this:
Where are you playing small in your life and in your business?
Where are you getting less than desirable results?
And that will give you a place to evaluate where you’re playing small and holding back.
Because nothing BIG comes from your comfort zone.
You can’t have steak goals on a cheeseburger diet. Big goals require bigger steps, bigger decisions.
Small game vs. big game. Which one are you playing?