Why You've Just Gotta Start Scared! It's Launch Day!

In this episode:

  • Acknowledging your feelings without judgement
  • Stop pretending you’re not scared & own it
  • Rewrite & upgrade the story you’re telling yourself
  • Expecting the challenge & discomfort of starting

GIRL, I am SO PUMPED that you are here today!! I can’t wait to dive into this topic & give you two ways to start before you’re ready even if you have no idea what the heck you’re doing. Honestly, it feels extra appropriate to talk about this topic TODAY, because girl I am feeling all the feels! I am also overwhelmed with gratitude for YOU & for you being part of this podcast community. Today, November 25th 2019, is officially LAUNCH DAY of my new company, She Goes, that I would have never even thought to create had it not been for the support & the experience of this podcast over the last year. I’ve connected with SO many amazing people through social media because of this podcast & now I am on a mission to create tools that are going to help us take purpose driven action towards building lives that we really freaking love & I am here for it! I didn’t know what I was doing starting this podcast, and again don’t really know what I’m doing as I kick off this new business with actual PRODUCTS. But that’s not stopping me, because it’s always going to be scary & nerve-racking at first because you’ve never done it before! That’s not a reason to quit on your dreams girl, so let’s do the damn thing! Can’t wait to hear what you think & of course let me know if you grab the With Intention gameplanner or join our online community, The Collective! 

 

Quotes:

“It’s not stupid if you’re scared, it’s not dumb if you’re nervous, it’s not crazy if you feel like you’re gonna vomit just out of the pure nervousness.”

“Growth doesn’t always feel good… but why the hell do we let ourselves fail and faceplant all the time as kids, but then we become adults and we just expect that we have it all figured out.”

“It does not mean you can’t do it, it just means you haven’t done it yet.”

“We should expect that the first time is going to be the hardest to navigate because it is the most unfamiliar.”

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