Are you ashamed of wanting money?
Money is a highly charged topic.
Click to Tweet: Thinking you’re greedy for wanting money is a huge limiting belief for creating success in your life. @christinekane
I’m standing in front of our I’m Done wall that we had at our Uplevel Your Business event in June. This is where people wrote down what they’re no longer willing to tolerate as they move forward in their business.
One that I absolutely love is this: “I’m DONE thinking that making more money or wanting more money means I’m [...] Continue Reading…
Today’s question comes from Marilyn and I think a lot of you can relate with it.
Do you ever feel like you’re bombarding people with emails during a launch, and frankly, so exhausted you want to stop all those other great things you do, like sending out your weekly eZine?
First things first, we need a MINDSET CHECK…
Click to Tweet: “Your emails should not feel like a bombardment. Shift your mindset to GET that selling is service.” @christinekane
Here’s Marilyn question:
“When you are bombarding J people with emails during a launch, do [...] Continue Reading…
When I teach students how to get more clients using your signature story, I get pushback. The idea of revealing the bare truth about ourselves is something that solo business owners struggle with. After all, aren’t we supposed to be experts in the know?
My students ask me:
How vulnerable should I be?
How much should prospects know about my story, my “why?”
In other words:
If I share this stuff, will I still be seen as professional?
One of my signature stories happened ages ago. The setting was a freezing cold room [...] Continue Reading…
I grew up in the suburbs of DC, surrounded by whip-smart politicos, ranked military officers, and lobbyists. My friends were their children. At that time, it was the best public school system in the country. Anxiety and achievement were driven into us youngsters at birth.
A year or so after my husband and I were married, we were visiting the area. I was showing him all of my old haunts.
“That was my neighborhood.”
“There’s my high school.”
“There’s where the cops busted me and my BFF for mooning traffic.”
The usual stuff.
I also took [...] Continue Reading…
When you travel, much of your time is spent reacting.
Business travelers know this all too well.
“Annoying Thing A” happens.
“Business Traveler B” decides what to do.
Some days are a constant impetus/response pattern. Some of us get good at it. Some of us pride ourselves on our inner peace in spite of Annoying Things A, B and C.
But here’s the kicker:
Even if we learn how to react well, we’re still simply reacting!
That’s why your proactive choices – the ones you determine in advance – are a key to a sense of [...] Continue Reading…