As a creative female entrepreneur, you’re no stranger to self-doubt and the pesky inner saboteur that keeps you from becoming visible and whispers, “You’re not good enough” or “You’ll never make it.” But I’m here to tell you, it’s time to break free from those limiting beliefs and unleash your full potential! 💪✨
In this episode of Tried & True With a Dash of Woo podcast, we’ll dive into overcoming your inner saboteur and how you can achieve the success you’ve been dreaming of.
As a creative myself, I know all too well how challenging it can be to become VISIBLE in your business. It requires confidence, follow-through, and consistency to really make your mark online and SO many creative women struggle with this.
WHY? Well, I believe it has a lot to do with the way our amazing creative brains are wired. Yes, being creative often means also being neurodiverse, which brings along some challenges like self-doubt, overthinking, and disorganization. Sound familiar?
You aren’t alone; in fact, you are in great company! Some of the most successful creatives struggle with these very issues.
So what do they do to combat it? Glad you asked – in this solo episode of my podcast Tried & True With a Dash of Woo, I walk you through 10 strategies to overcome self-doubt so you can step into your awesomeness and SHOW UP for your business. This is what it truly means to become visible in your own business and life.
I won’t outline them all here – you need to listen to the episode for that!
Here’s a summary of what we cover:
- Recognize Your Inner Saboteur
The first step in defeating your inner saboteur is to recognize it for what it is: a voice fueled by fear and insecurity – and your unconscious programming. When you’re feeling overwhelmed or doubting yourself, take a moment to pause and acknowledge those thoughts.
- Challenge Limiting Beliefs
Now that you’ve identified your inner saboteur, it’s time to challenge those limiting beliefs! Start by asking yourself, “Is this thought based on facts or fear?” Often, our inner saboteur relies on unfounded fears and assumptions, which means you can disarm it by questioning its validity. 💭
- Cultivate Positive Self-Talk
Transform your mindset by practicing positive self-talk. Instead of focusing on negative thoughts, shift your focus to empowering statements like, “I am capable,” “I am deserving,” and “I can achieve anything I set my mind to.” Remember, your thoughts shape your reality, so choose them wisely! 💖
- Embrace Vulnerability
No one is perfect, and that’s okay! Embrace your imperfections and show up authentically in your life and business. Vulnerability is a strength, not a weakness, and it can help you build connections with your audience and foster genuine relationships. 👭
- Gather Evidence to Disprove Your Fears
When your inner saboteur tries to convince you that you’re not capable of success, gather evidence to the contrary. Look at your past accomplishments, positive reviews, or even compliments from loved ones. This proof will help silence your inner critic and reinforce your belief in your abilities. 🔍
- Create a Personal Mantra
Develop a personal mantra that resonates with your goals and values. Repeat it to yourself daily, or even better, before bed, to help reprogram your subconscious mind. Remember to keep your mantra positive and in the present tense, as if your success has already happened. 🌟
There’s more in the podcast, so I hope you give it a listen! You can also listen on all your favorite streaming platforms, so make sure you subscribe!
By following these steps, you’ll be well on your way to overcoming your inner saboteur and unlocking your full potential as a creative female entrepreneur. It’s time to embrace your greatness, achieve success, and show the world what you’re truly capable of! 🌈
So, what are you waiting for? Put these strategies into action and watch your confidence and success soar!
And if you found this blog post & podcast helpful, be sure to share it with your fellow girl bosses who could use a confidence boost. 💕
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