In this episode of the Incredible Factor Business Podcast, I share what used to be my shame with you. As entrepreneurs, no scratch that, as people, we all have done something that we think we can’t share with anyone. Well, I’ve learned to disagree and even disrupt thinking that way. The fact is, the truth will set you free. And as I let you in on my biggest shame, I also share with has become part of my biggest success as an entrepreneur.
So, before we go any further into getting to know one another in this new podcast, I have something I have to tell you. What I share in this episode used to be my shame. It was the thing I promised to never share with anyone. And when I finally shared it, I set myself up to shift my life and business in the best possible way.
If you’re an entrepreneur who is feeling held back by the secret you’re keeping for fear that sharing it will expose who you really and make people turn away from you, you’ve got to listen to this episode. What I know for sure is that speaking your truth is the biggest gift you can ever give to your clients.
Listen in to learn:
- Why living in shame will keep you from living your best life
- The #1 reason why we keep our most powerful stories private and the harm that does to both us and our potential clients
- A powerful exercise I recommend to shift from shame to significance
“The path from shame to significance opens up when you speak your truth.” – Click to Tweet
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