Q14: How Can I Step Up to a Bigger Game?

The full question #14 from my book Your Biz Your Way is “How Can I Step Up to a Bigger Game Without Feeling Exposed? What if exposure isn’t what it takes, just visibility? My client who offered this conundrum is on the cusp of playing bigger. She is a woman who has more than enough capacity for that. She has capacity in bucketfuls. Her capacity is full to overflowing. We all have this. We all have the capacity to be extraordinary if we choose. Her anxiety is around feeling exposed. This is just a re-frame opportunity. You need never do […]

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Tapping Your Worries Away

My clients are worriers. So am I. We worry about everything, nothing is too big or too small for us to worry about. What is fascinating is how expert we become when advising others about how to stop worrying, often on the very thing we worry about ourselves. A little bit of distance is informative. What do you worry about? Lack of money? Not knowing enough? Not having enough time? Doing it all yourself? That the mountain seems too big to climb all by yourself? About your children, your partner, your parents, yourself? How to charge for your services? What other people […]

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Why Don’t We Do What We Know To Do?

Gentle Reader, bear with me. I’m just thinking aloud on this one. I don’t know the answer and I’m hoping you do?   I’m sure we all do at some level and perhaps not too deeply buried at that. Last night I was pondering my day, going over in my mind the emails I had received from people wanting advice and support. And I noticed a bit of a theme linking them all.   It seemed to me that many of my correspondents already knew what to do, and in some instances it was even an easy thing to do. They just […]

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What’s February Been About So Far?

Coaching clients and colleagues, despite it being my intention to pull back on that sort of work. Sorting out a big backlog of Cartel paperwork, all glitches, clients (myself included) waiting to find various bits and bobs of paperwork, necessitating visits to Earls Court and Mill Hill.   Growing the team. Working with Mike & John to bring the Creative Entrepreneurs Club up to speed. Copying with a snowy car accident and managing in my “courtesy” car – a Fiat Punto. The only way I know its my car is that it doesn’t have any hub caps, just big heavy doors […]

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