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What’s your philosophy around “Mindset isn’t the most important thing, it’s the only thing”? Do you find certain mindset issues affect some people more than others?

Another thought-provoking question I was asked in the Boss-Free Virtual Summit that I wanted to share with you! My answer:

🗬 “I definitely think that struggles are different amongst different people. I work with high-achievers, who are passionate, tend to be sensitive, empathetic, and want to make a difference in the world. And with these similarities, my clients tend to get caught up on the same things, no matter their differences.

I do think the women I work with tend to get more hung up/hold themselves back because it’s harder for them to do things like:

-stand up for themselves
-let go of being a people pleaser
-do something other than take care of everyone first because it feels selfish

So in our work together, once we address these issues as needed, it opens up so much space and energy for easily building a business and booking clients without the guilt that can so quickly sabotage you if you HAVEN’T done that foundational work first.

What role has/does mindset play(ed) for you? Which mindset pieces have you focused most on, and what are your top mindset tips or questions?

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