Apr 15, 2019
As many of you know, I’ve been going through a massive shift over the last month or two. After losing my cousin, I took some much-needed time off from work and social media and just allowed myself the space to really be where my feet are.
There was so much I learned from creating that space. I was able to re-calibrate a lot of the things I was working on, and most importantly, just realign how I was spending my time. I was able to tune into the subtle pieces of feedback I was receiving from my clients and the people surrounding me. And ultimately what I realized is that I need to make some changes.
I started to realize that the mastermind that I had created wasn’t the right container for my clients to be working in. I asked for even deeper feedback from my clients and my audience and my mentors. I was willing to say “Hold up! Something doesn’t feel right here.” and actually take a hard look at what would feel right. And so I decided, in the middle of the program, to change everything.
In this episode, I go into the depths of what it looks and feels like in the middle of a pivot. As you can imagine there was a lot of fear changing my mind but knowing that it was coming from a space of truly wanting to get my clients the results they are seeking is what makes the fear, the uncertainty, and everything else so worth it!
1:08 - Why it’s time for a massive pivot
5:46 - Reevaluating your plan
7:07 - Surprising outcome from social media detox
9:45 - Creating the life you want
13:21 - Create the space to hear feedback
14:18 - Be brave enough to act and willing to assess feedback
I’m Kari Keating, mom of 3 young boys, that ditched a 17-year, 6 figure corporate career to go after her dreams. I’ve been coaching professionally for over 2 years and have had a wide variety of clients from recording artists, website developers, photographers, professional network marketers and other life coaches.
My zone of genius lies in helping soul-based entrepreneurs get out of their heads and into inspired action, so they can make the impact they crave and the income they deserve.
Podcast edited and mixed by Andrew Geary - spelledgeary [at] gmail [dot] com