tunities. This is a common blind spot in business. It happens when you feel uncomfortable about being visible. So you subconsciously avoid doing activities that might expose you and your work further or push you beyond your current comfort zone. Immersing yourself in behind-the-scenes tasks is the equivalent of hiding in the dark. Noone knows you’re there, least of all money. When you’re feeling confident to articulate and stand behind your unique and valuable offerings, it brings ripe opportunity for abundance forth. Coming out of the dark into the light doesn’t have to be an ordeal if you understand the incredible rewards it can generate. Five Ways to Tell if You’re Hiding Out 1. You choose to spend the whole day working on bookwork (because it feels easier than going to a networking event you had scheduled) when you could be outsourcing it. 2. The photographs of you on your social media profiles and website haven’t been updated for at least two years 8 | SavvyBizWomen Visibility + Vulnerability = Abundance 3. You cancel an appointment with a prospective client or a networking event because you’re not feeling up to it (secretly you’re having a bad hair day). 4. You procrastinate on calling a potential client back to schedule a meeting and notice that this happens more regularly than you’d like to admit. 5. You can’t bear to call your accountant or book-keeper because you’re frightened of looking at your business revenue in the cold light of day. If you’ve been feeling like a well-kept secret then you may be avoiding key visibility tasks that will bring you to an experience of greater abundance. Money loves being seen. Many people’s only connection with wealthy people is by seeing them in the media. If you’re prepared to go beyond your current comfort zones and show up in places that feel scary and unfamiliar, but exciting, then you’re heading towards greater prosperity. Money will naturally magnetise to you.
SBW Issue 11 Jeneth Blackert
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