Jan 18, 2019
So much of my client work has nothing to do with business.
Creating a strategy is the easy work.
What becomes challenging is the actual expansion. People don’t realize that becoming the person who can create successful programs and lasting success requires you to look in every crevice and corner of your life. From your relationship with yourself, your spouse, your friends, your family, your business partners, your past, your vision and pretty much everything in between.
It’s not easy work. Behind the tiny squares on Instagram, it’s not always pretty work. And some days, like the day this photo was captured, there are lots of tears (https://www.instagram.com/p/BsrW3TUhOOu/). But take it from me, this work is so incredibly worth it.
Facing your fears, facing the gaps in your belief, facing your past can inform your future and you can create from it an empowered and inspiring space. This work is so necessary.
So to all of you who came into 2019 HOT and are now feeling the energetic whiplash, I see you, I’m with you, and more importantly, I want you to keep pushing through. Take it from me, what’s on the other side is MAGIC.
Highlights for this episode:
1:41 - Be aware when you say you're ready to up level
3:03 - Look your old patterns in the eye and engage!
4:12 - (A special guest)
4:34 - Questions to ask yourself to engage the hard
Connect with me:
Check out my website - https://www.kari-keating.com/
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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 - https://twitter.com/spelledgeary