Or rather….Wherein I run my mouth and talk all about my journey to entrepreneurship. I won’t lie, it is kinda naked. (Scandalous!) Mallie and I talk about all the ups
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Sometimes, the reason why you’re not making money has nothing to do with your abundance mentality. Sure, making sure you’re in alignment with abundance, and willing (super duper willing) to accept abundant wealth and happiness matters. It matters a whole ton. But it might not be the only reason you’re not selling your services.
This is a common battle cry from coaches: “You’re not making money because you’re not in alignment with an abundance mentality, it is your money blocks getting you down.”
Ok. Fine. This is totally true. And totally happens. This was the story of my life last year. So keep that at heart.
When I started this business a year ago, I called myself a ‘solopreneur’. In fact, I called myself that until just a few hours ago (as of writing this blog post). I found the word enticing, the idea that I was the sole business owner, and that I was ‘in it’ on my own. No more pesky people to manage, no more bosses that micromanaged my time and impeded on my genius. I was a free to roam ‘solopreneuer’–free to manage my time, travel, and have freedom. Nothing could stop me now.
I mean, using it seemed natural. There are hundreds of people who use it. Forbes uses it. There are over 230,000 hits when you google ‘solopreneur’
So despite its popularity, why did I cut ‘solo’ out of all my branding? My copy?
Because I’m not a ‘solopreneur’ and you’re not either.