Feb 23, 2023
Our limiting story is something we hold on to and is preventing us from taking action. It’s the excuse we give ourselves. And we lack the courage to stop and question it.
It’s time to shift from the victim's path to the hero’s journey. We lay out different examples of these limiting beliefs and what you can do to become your highest self – that aligned guide of your expertise.
Tune in to this new episode of The Conscious Marketer podcast — The Limiting Story with Richard Taubinger and Kylie Slavik
Key points covered in this episode:
[00:07:41] You are what’s unique to the market. Your skills could already exist anywhere else, but you have a personal spin on how you deliver based on your experiences. Being simply good at what you do is enough.
[00:11:05] Don’t fight your limiting beliefs. Sit with them. Awareness is the first step to catching it and turning it into something that powers you.
[00:13:18] Stay in your genius zone. Dislike the process of using technology? Outsource or set up a team to do it for you. Spend more time strengthening what you’re good at instead of fixing your weaknesses.
[00:17:15] Marketing isn’t taking, it’s service. You have something so powerful in your hands that you are obligated to share it. Go out there, and shift the consciousness!
[00:20:23] Marketing is creating an emotional state. Depending on your offer, you want to share joy or positivity that draws in people to want to get what you have to offer.
[00:22:18] Reframe your limiting story. Change it into a story that serves you. This is how you get the full results of what you’re trying to accomplish.
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