So many of us get defeated when the thing that we’ve launched or created doesn’t immediately work out the way we had anticipated, but this is normal. It’s a part of the growth business growth process. We have to be really honest with ourselves in terms of how, where and when we’re showing up with our business and consider the time that it takes for things to find their space within the world. Have you really given your business a chance to develop? In today’s solo episode, Samantha aims to help you learn to manage your expectations, while still holding space for the possibility of all that you want to create in your business.
In this episode of The Wellness Witch Podcast:
- Why you shouldn’t get caught up with how your competition is performing
- The importance of priority planning
- How to move past self-doubt
- Why connections mean more than credentials
- The true meaning of commitment
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Where to find Samantha:
- Instagram: @holisticwellnesswitch
- Website: holisticwellness.ca
- YouTube: Samantha Gladish
- Facebook: Holistic Wellness Foodie
This show is produced by Soulfire Productions
Top 3 relevant quotes:
- “Students get defeated because they launched or created something that didn’t work out the way they had anticipated…that is normal. It’s a part of the growth process in business. It’s really important to manage your expectations and your bandwidth.”
- “It’s going to take time to build momentum, and that’s okay.”
- “A client that wants to work with you, or is interested in your education and content, is just going to be confused by seeing all these weird initials after your name. It doesn’t matter to them. It makes us feel special, so we feel the need to share it, but people just need to feel connected to you.”
- “We get so caught up in our heads and lead from our head instead of our heart. We start to doubt and question ourselves and it takes us off of our path. If we are trying to build this big brand and really offer value and service to the world, that commitment is going to be years.”
31:05 Samantha: “If it takes you 3 years, 5 years, 10 years to create amazing legacy, value and transformation in the world that leads to financial freedom and time freedom, is that not worth it?…”