I’m talking about financial security and freedom today because as a business coach, it’s what my clients come to me to create. Talking about money and clients in general has recently got a bad rap online and I understand why – it’s become an overused trope in the biz space.
This is part 2 of a 3 part series where I share words or phrases that I see every day in the online business space that are unethical, culturally inappropriate, or problematic in some way.
I received so many questions about my recent decision to retire my offer suite and only have my 3-month 1: 1 coaching program, that I decided to share my answers here on the podcast.
Most of the questions I received fell into three loose topics all around scaling, income and credibility so that’s what we are going to focus on today.
We’ve been conditioned to associate expertise with academic excellence, age, and masculinity. But I’m here to tell you that wearing tweed doesn’t make you an expert.
We’re slowly moving away from this outdated capitalist and patriarchal view of what it means to be a thought leader. This is amazing for business owners because you can redefine what being an expert looks like for you.
I thought it would be fun or should I say useful for me to share how I prioritise my to-do list every day but especially on days like today when starting something feels hard and it’s easy to tell myself that I can do it later because my computer is always within arms reach.
This is going to be part 1 of a 2 or 3 part series where I share words or phrases that I see every day in the online business space that are unethical, culturally inappropriate, or problematic in some way.