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If you are ready to claim your power and change the world, then join women empowerment expert Eleanor Beaton for Fierce Feminine Leadership. Each week, Eleanor shares inspiring interviews with powerful women in business, along with practical tools and tricks you can use today to step into your power, smash your glass ceiling and take your seat at the tables where the big deals and decisions are made.
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Aug 31, 2016

Are you struggling to get more clients? Have you gone into debt in order to launch your business – an idea you are incredibly passionate about and are finding it difficult to achieve success or grow? You may be thinking to yourself, “If I keep an abundance mindset, it will all work out in the end.”

On today’s show, I want to discuss the abundance mindset and why you can’t ‘abundance mindset’ your way into a smart business strategy. Growing a business requires a variety of tasks and having this mindset can certainly help – it is not the “be all, end all” solution to building a successful business and career.

 

If you build your business on an ‘abundant mindset’ without a solid plan, you’re building it on very shaky ground.

 

Here’s a Breakdown of Today’s Show:

  • It’s critical that you have a positive relationship with money and cultivate an abundance mindset, but it is not the only thing you need to build a solid, successful business.
  • Business is like a language. You have to know how it is structured.
  • When it comes to the critical success factor in your business, it comes down to sales and marketing.
  • Business is a game of strategy.
  • You can’t grow your business by continually investing in your technical skills or becoming super tactical about everything.
  • There are three ways to grow a business. If you choose one of the three, you will experience geometric growth. If you choose two or more, you will experience significant growth.

 

The 3 Ways to Grow a Business:

  1. Get more clients.
  2. Increase the average unit of sale or average transaction. (i.e.: increase your rates)
  3. Increase the frequency of purchase.

 

My Challenge to You:

  • Focus on strategies that help you execute on one or more of the three ways to grow your business.
  • If you do not have a clear path to one of those three strategies starting tomorrow – stop what you’re doing and focus on clearing that path.

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Aug 29, 2016

Have you had the idea that you wanted to create an amazing app? Maybe you had an awesome idea for an online software program that could help thousands of people around the world with a specific task? Today’s guest, Katelyn Bourgoin, has been there and done that. She is the founder of Vendeve, an online business network for women entrepreneurs and a powerhouse in the technology industry. She has helped bring women together to network, share ideas and insight, and collaborate and she joins us today to talk about what her experience has been like.

Growing a tech company wasn’t easy, according to Katelyn. Her first business model was unsuccessful – but she learned many valuable lessons from that experience to pivot her business model into a highly successful company. Katelyn has been quoted numerous times in online publications such as Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Inc. Magazine and is recognized as a powerhouse lady-boss in the technology field.

“The faster you can figure out if people even want what you want to offer and the cheaper you can do it, the better your core product will be.” –Katelyn Bourgoin

 

Here’s a Breakdown of Today’s Show:

  • Katelyn explains what Vendeve is and how women entrepreneurs are using it to build their businesses by building powerful connections with other female entrepreneurs
  • She shares what inspired her to create her company and the lessons she has learned from her previous business failures
  • She talks about how deep in her first business model she was before she realized it wasn’t working and she needed to pivot
  • She explains the ways she could have tested her first product before becoming heavily invested
  • She shares what she feels her biggest mistakes and challenges were while building her first business and making the leap from being a service provider/agency to building a tech company
  • She talks about why it is so important to have the ability to paint the vision for what is possible and the impact it can make on your business
  • She gives us a sneak peek into her Premium Membership Squad project
  • She shares her biggest mindset strategies that help her run and pivot her business

 

The Importance of Saleswomanship for Entrepreneurs:

  • It doesn’t matter what business you’re in. You need to be able to sell yourself.
  • Take the time to get comfortable with selling yourself.
  • Separate you your feelings about selling.
  • Find a way to sell that feels authentic to you.

 

Connect with Katelyn Bourgoin:

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Aug 26, 2016

EP59 Transform Your Money Mindset with Kathleen Burns Kingsbury

Do you think you could be sabotaging your earning potential simply by the mindset you have about money? Could your attitude, beliefs, and relationship with money affect your revenue potential? On today’s episode, I’m joined by wealth psychology expert and founder of KBK Wealth Connection, Kathleen Burns Kingsbury. Kathleen’s mission at KBK is to teach financial service professionals how to connect, communicate, and collaborate more effectively with their clients, to help them increase client retention and improve profitability.

She is a highly sought-after keynote speaker covering topics related to women and wealth as well as couples and money. She has presented at the Million Dollar Roundtable as well as Barons Top Women Advisor Summit and many other events and conferences. She is the author of several books in the women and couple’s money mindset niche.

Kathleen has kindly agreed to join me on the show today to share her insight and experience in the financial industry and how the female mindset can affect our earning potential. We discuss her personal experiences with mindset limitations and how she overcame that challenging obstacle and she shares tips and strategies for women about breaking into the corporate market and book publishing as well as common myths and misconceptions people have about money.

“When you get knocked down as an entrepreneur – you gotta get back up.” – Kathleen Burns Kingsbury

 

Here’s a Breakdown of Today’s Show:

  • Kathleen shares her story on how she built her business.
  • She explains how she transformed her own money mindset to explode the results in her business and how you can duplicate her strategy.
  • She explains how she became a subject matter expert in the money mindset field and why she decided to build her business around it.
  • We talk about honing in on a specific niche and why she chose this specific niche so early in her career.
  • She shares tips on how women can break into the corporate market
  • She provides insight into how to get your book published, and whether or not you should self-publish your work.
  • She explains what her biggest challenge was while building her business
  • She defines “Wealth Psychology” and debunks several myths around money.
  • She shares her top three success factors that have helped her throughout her career.
  • She gives us a sneak preview into what we can expect to see from KBK over the next few years.

 

3 Practical Tools To Develop Your Money Mindset:

  1. Identify it.
  2. Determine how each of those thoughts and beliefs are serving you and how they are getting in the way.
  3. Continue to do the work to improve your mindset.

 

Kathleen’s Words of Wisdom:

  • It’s okay to be profit-motivated like a man.
  • Finding a specific niche and sticking with it not only helps you become more referable – it also helps you keep your sanity.

 

Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

 

Connect with Kathleen:

 

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Aug 24, 2016

Have you ever found yourself saying “This shouldn’t be this difficult?” Have you ever caught yourself feeling frustrated while trying to make an important decision or find a solution to a problem?

One of the most exciting things I experience as a coach while working with clients who are fierce, high-performing feminine leaders is that each month I can almost always spot a trend. This month’s trend with many of my clients have been that these fierce, strong, capable women are experiencing a phenomena called “Limiting Thought.”

So, today on the show, I want to share a story with you. A story about something that happened to me not too long ago that made me realize that I, too, was experiencing the ‘limiting thought’ phenomena. I’m going to share with you what I did to overcome it, and why it is so important that you connect with your own inner tough love mentor during times when you are experiencing the limiting thought phenomena.

 

Here’s a Breakdown of Today’s Show:

  • The phenomena called “limiting thought” is a specific belief or belief system that blinds you – paralyzes you – to what is actually possible. It makes you believe a false sense of reality.
  • Our beliefs are by far the greatest limitations we face.
  • Hard things often fool us into believing that you no longer want what you said you wanted.
  • Don’t live the lie that you don’t want something just because it’s hard. Doing hard things builds character, gives you experience that others don’t have. If you want something – give it your best effort. You can do hard things.

 

My Challenge to You:

  • Think about a time in your life when there was something that you really wanted, but you pushed it off because it was hard.
  • Clearly identify what it is that you want and determine why you want it.
  • Find your inner Shaniqua – do what it is you really want to do, regardless of fear or limiting thought.

 

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Each month, one lucky podcast reviewer will be selected to receive a free coaching session with me – Eleanor Beaton!

What are you waiting for? Head on over to iTunes, subscribe and leave your review to enter your name into this month’s contest!

 

Aug 22, 2016

There is a lot of content created and published across the internet that is meant to help women, business executives, and entrepreneurs find a higher sense of success; to inspire and empower them to achieve their dreams. But there’s one piece of advice that is fundamentally important, yet rarely talked about.

Owning what you know. Living with conviction.

Dolly Parton defined it best when she said that the life of conviction “is about figuring out who you are and doing it on purpose.”

Today, I want to share with you why knowing who you are, knowing what you know, and projecting confidence, conviction, and staying clear on your point of views is vitally important to the overall success of your life, your business, your career.

 

Here’s a Breakdown of Today’s Show:

  • The state of knowing has a deep impact on your ability to break through and uplevel your business and career.
  • Owning what you know is the fundamental key to having greater impact and influence with your clients, colleagues, and other influencers.
  • Influential people want to hire, promote, and buy from women who project confidence, conviction, and have a clear point of view.

 

When You Own What You Know:

  • You feel less overwhelmed
  • You project greater energy
  • You are seen as a credible expert in your field
  • You have a broader impact
  • You are able to command more money and access to more opportunities

 

My Challenge to You:

  • Let go of the things that are holding you back from owning what you know.
  • Be clear about what you want – and go after it.

 

Special Announcement:

This Fall, I have two private coaching spots open!

If you are ready to:

  • Own your ambitions.
  • Transform your sense of self to make room for success and self-significance
  • Create & CRUSH your goals to create a legacy you are proud of

 

I encourage you to reach out to us! Fill out this brief form to apply for a coaching session with me, Eleanor Beaton!

Let’s turn your dreams into a reality – together!

 

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Aug 19, 2016

I speak with countless Fierce Feminine Leaders every day. These are highly successful, motivated, driven women with great achievements under their belt, but often feel stuck in whatever it is they are doing.

They may be unhappy because they want to achieve greater things; they yearn for something more, something different, something meaningful, but they struggle with making the decision to go after what they want.

Ladies, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – we give our power away when we avoid making decisions.

On today’s episode, I want to talk to you about how to get “unstuck” in your life, your business, your career. I want to help you move past whatever is holding you back, whatever has you feeling stuck. I want to empower you to determine what it is that is holding you back, and figure out how to get out of the quicksand that is limiting your sense of success.

 

Areas where women often give their power away:

  • Deciding to start a side business
  • Deciding to pivot their business into a new area
  • Deciding to invest in a new training program
  • Deciding to take a sabbatical
  • Deciding to go on a trip or on vacation
  • Deciding to recommit to their health
  • Deciding to train for a marathon

 

Take a look at where you’re making decisions – or not making decisions. Then, close the loops. – Eleanor Beaton

 

Ask Yourself:

  • Where in my life right now am I not making decisions?
  • What do I really want?
  • What limiting beliefs or mental thoughts do I need to declutter, let go of, and close the loop on?

 

My Challenge to You:

  • Get quiet with yourself
  • Think about where in your life you are not making decisions or avoiding making decisions
  • Get out there and make a decision around it.

 

The quality of your life and your experience is directly connected to your willingness to make decisions – and own them!

 

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Each month, one lucky podcast reviewer will be selected to receive a free coaching session with me – Eleanor Beaton!

What are you waiting for? Head over to iTunes, subscribe and leave a review to enter your name into this month’s drawing!

Aug 17, 2016

Have you ever been in the situation where you are the expert, but you don’t feel like you are presenting yourself as an expert? Perhaps you feel like people are doubting your expertise even though you know deep down that you are an expert in your field – you know your stuff.

This happens a lot for high-performing, high-achieving women – especially when they are in the early years of growing their business.

So, what can you do to improve your communication and deliver the message that you are the high-achieving expert in your field?

Provide statistics.

On today’s show, I explain how knowing your killer statistics and how sharing those statistics with your audience can help you drive home the message that you are trying to deliver as well as where you can research to find relevant numbers about your topic or area of expertise if you are unsure of what those numbers are.

“When you have the relevant numbers about the industry or problem you are trying to solve – your point of view, your argument, becomes very difficult to dismiss.” – Eleanor Beaton

 

Here’s a Breakdown of Today’s Show:

  • What are “killer statistics?”
  • What are some examples of statistics to use in your communication strategy?
  • Why are statistics so important in everyday and business communication?
  • Where can you go to gather information and research statistics in your industry, field, or on the topic you are going to discuss?
  • How many statistics should you have for your presentation, speech, in your marketing or workshops?
  • Where to use your killer statistics within your business?

 

Where to Use Your Killer Statistics:

  • In your speeches
  • In your workshops
  • In your marketing plans
  • On your LinkedIn profile
  • In your everyday conversations
  • Simply put…. use them everywhere!

 

My Challenge to You:

Find your killer statistics. Use them in everything you do for your business or career.

 

Love the show? Let us know!

Are you a fan of the Fierce Feminine Leadership Podcast? If the tips and interviews we share in each episode have helped you gain the confidence and inspiration to become a better, more powerful leader, head on over to iTunes, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review to let us know!

Each month, one lucky podcast reviewer will be selected to receive a free coaching session with me – Eleanor Beaton!

What are you waiting for? Head over to iTunes, subscribe and leave a review to enter your name into this month’s drawing!

 

Aug 15, 2016

Are you ready to make a change in your life, your career, or your business? I’m talking about really ready to unlock your potential - to step into your power and achieve your dreams?

  • The Law of Attraction is a load of B.S. if it’s not accompanied with the Law of Congruency.
  • Actions speak louder than words. If you want something, you have to act on it. It doesn’t happen by magic.
  • Harboring self-doubt and fear negatively impacts your growth.
  • The key to living in congruence is having the ability to call your own bluff, committing to attaining your goals, and performing the actions necessary to achieve them.

4 Examples of Committing Yourself To YOU:

  • Cut back on your children’s extracurricular activities like sports and cheerleading to commit time for yourself.
  • Commit to investing in the accountability and support you need to actually launch the new product you’ve been talking about, planning, and designing for weeks, months, years.
  • Commit to getting the coaching you need to move past your fears and achieve the success you’ve been dreaming about.
  • Discipline yourself to make time for your own important activities. Make time for you before everyone else.

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Are you a fan of the Fierce Feminine Leadership Podcast? If the tips and interviews we share in each episode have helped you gain the confidence and inspiration to become a better, more powerful leader, head on over to iTunes, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review to let us know!

Each month, one lucky podcast reviewer will be selected to receive a free coaching session with me - Eleanor Beaton!

 

Aug 12, 2016

Today, I’m joined by one of the most inspirational women I know throughout the business and finance industry, Barbara Stanny. I have followed her work for many years, and, after reading her book Sacred Success: A Course in Financial Miracles, I was inspired so much by the information and insight she shared that I just had to reach out and ask her to be a guest on the show.

Barbara is a highly successful female in the finance industry. She is a best-selling author, having authored six books, is a highly-sought after speaker and coach, workshop facilitator, and has spent years as a journalist writing in the financial niche. She grew up in a wealthy family; her father is the “H” in H&R Block, but after a devastating financial bout due to her husband’s gambling addiction – she lost all of her inheritance and was forced to figure out her own path to financial freedom.

Today, Barbara shares her journey through the ups and downs of her financial success, the fears she had to overcome, and the inspiration she is determined to use to empower other women to gain control over their life, their power, and their financial freedom.

 

“When you learn to face what you fear; it can never control you again.” – Barbara Stanny

 

Here’s a Breakdown of Today’s Show:

  • What does “Sacred Success” mean?
  • How has Barbara discovered sacred success?
  • What is the significance of the “dark night” in the soul when it comes to achieving success?
  • What is the difference between surrendering and having a lack of perseverance?
  • Why didn’t Barbara have the courage to write the book Sacred Success: A Course in Financial Miracles earlier in her career?
  • What changed her relationship with her power throughout her journey toward sacred success?
  • How has she claimed her power?
  • How does she want to be remembered in the world?
  • How does she set goals for herself?
  • What is the difference between a goal and an intention?
  • What big things can women do to gain control over their finances?
  • The Law of Attraction vs. the Law of Congruence
  • The difference between the “profit motive” and the “comfort motive.”
  • What internal shift did Barbara need to make to reach the 7-figure goal she set for herself?
  • Who inspires Barbara?

 

The 4 Stages of Sacred Success:

  1. The call to greatness
  2. Receive and surrender
  3. Disciplined action
  4. Modeling greatness by leaving a legacy

 

Barbara’s Words of Wisdom:

  • Do what you fear.

 

Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

 

Connect with Barbara:

 

Love the show? Let us know!

Are you a fan of the Fierce Feminine Leadership Podcast? If the tips and interviews we share in each episode have helped you gain the confidence and inspiration to become a better, more powerful leader, head on over to iTunes, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review to let us know!

Each month, one lucky podcast reviewer will be selected to receive a free coaching session with me – Eleanor Beaton!

What are you waiting for? Head over to iTunes, subscribe and leave a review to enter your name into this month’s drawing!

 

Aug 10, 2016

Let’s be honest with ourselves for a moment. Have you ever felt like you were reaching the “burnout point” in your business or career despite the fact that you love your work? Have you noticed your business skyrocket beyond your imagination, becoming highly successful and being invited to amazing events, engagements, or projects, but caught yourself wanting to spend time sipping wine in front of the television instead of doing the tasks you’ve been asked to perform?

Perhaps you’ve questioned whether you’ve slipped into the “Imposter Syndrome” even though you are consistently providing high-quality work.

Many high-achieving women around the world feel this way – especially when they are up-leveling in their business or career. This is not a case of Imposter Syndrome, nor are you going through a burnout phase.

Instead, you are outperforming your self-image.

Rest assured, many women experience this – sometimes multiple times throughout their careers.

Today, I want to share with you the story of when I was outperforming my self-image, how I felt it was affecting my work and the quality of my work, and how I overcome this obstacle.

 

“Confidence is the belief that you are up to the challenge.” – Eleanor Beaton

 

Here’s a Breakdown of Today’s Show:

  • Up-leveling in your business or career can significantly challenge your self-worth. Don’t fear it. Embrace it.
  • Your ego is meant to protect you – to keep you safe – but it can’t tell the difference between an animal attack and criticism.
  • If your self-worth is not matching up with your quality of work, your skills, your life, and your business, you are going to experience problems.
  • You are capable of greatness, but you have to align your self-image with your potential.

 

If you are serious about aligning your self-worth with your potential, and to truly step into your fierce, feminine power, I encourage you to reach out!

If you want to learn what it takes to align your self-image with the incredible underlying potential you have as a Fierce Feminine Leader, visit EleanorBeaton.com/Discover and apply to my Feminine Mastery Discovery Session!

 

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Are you a fan of the Fierce Feminine Leadership Podcast? If the tips and interviews we share in each episode have helped you gain the confidence and inspiration to become a better, more powerful leader, head on over to iTunes, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review to let us know!

 

Aug 8, 2016

Have you ever found yourself going into a meeting with the intention to stay quiet and observe what others are doing, listening to what your colleagues and peers are saying, instead of speaking up and asserting your own opinion? This is common with many women in business.

“Women are often less likely to speak up, to step into their power, because they feel their perceived competence and compensation may take a hit.” – Eleanor Beaton

Madeleine Albright, in 1993, was heading to her first Security Council meeting as the new U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. with the intention of staying quiet throughout the meeting to observe her male counterparts. To figure out “who was who” and identify who she could consider as an ally. She quickly discovered, however, that by not asserting her opinion, by merely observing others during this meeting, she was positioning herself – and the United States – to not have a voice in the important topics being discussed. She realized that she represented the voice of the United States.

“When it comes to influencing power, voice matters.” – Eleanor Beaton

If you have experienced this desire to be a spectator at a meeting, to remain quiet instead of stepping into your power at the boardroom table or meeting with clients – know that you are not alone. But, remember, without speaking up, your views, your opinions, your amazing ideas cannot be heard or discovered!

So, how do you find and assert your voice?

 

Here’s a Breakdown of Today’s Show:

  • Sometimes our voices are silenced by ourselves.
  • Women are often less likely to speak up, believing that our perceived competence and compensation can take a hit.
  • Interesting statistic: of the top-ranked podcasts on Stitcher, 71% of podcasts are hosted by men while only 11% are hosted by women. This is despite the fact that over half of all listeners are women.

 

How to Master the Art of the Set-Up:

  • Be bold. Be assertive. Be professional – “I’m going to be very blunt, and it may be difficult to hear, but it is critical that I offer some specific feedback.”
  • Choose to link your directness to your underlying values – “Honesty and integrity are important to me, so it is vital that I express my opinion directly.”

 

My Challenge to You:

  • Lean into your power.
  • Speak up, even when it may be difficult for others to hear.

 

Love the show? Let us know!

Are you a fan of the Fierce Feminine Leadership Podcast? If the tips and interviews we share in each episode have helped you gain the confidence and inspiration to become a better, more powerful leader, head on over to iTunes, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review to let us know!

 

This episode was inspired by my article published in the Atlantic Business Magazine.

 

Aug 5, 2016

Today I am joined by Stacy Tuschl, public speaker, business coach, business owner, investor, and a wife and mom. Stacy launched her dance class business in 2002 at the age of 18 from her parents' backyard. Her business grew significantly by her junior year at the University of Wisconsin. Over the next 10 years she expanded her business to two locations and generates a healthy seven-figure income. As her business grew, she launched a second online business as a business coach, mentor and speaker. Today, she mentors other business owners on developing business systems to help them scale and grow their business.

On today's show, she shares her experiences of growing her businesses from the ground up, lessons she has learned throughout the journey, and shares tips to help you avoid making costly mistakes.

Here's a Breakdown of Today's Show:

  • What challenges she has faced while growing her businesses.
  • What numbers she has made when she launched her online business.
  • What her online coaching business model looks like.
  • What would she do differently if she could go back to when she was starting her online business.
  • What she feels she has wasted money on early in her business.
  • What type of tasks does she delegate to her virtual team.
  • What was the biggest turning point in her entrepreneurial career.
  • What does she consider when making financial decisions.
  • How does she measure her business success.

Stacy's Words of Wisdom:

  • Stay focused.
  • Have a 90-day goal. Do something everyday to put you closer to achieving your goals.

 

"Lack of focus in your business is the most common contributing factor to underperformance"

Stacy Tuschl

Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

Connect with Stacy:

  • Text the word "Moneymap" to 24587 to get your Mompreneurs Moneymap by Stacy Tuschl
  • Visit www.stacytuschl.com

 

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Aug 3, 2016

Welcome back, my fierce tribe! Today, I want to ask you: Are you too impatient? When you sit down and plan out your 30, 60, or 90 plan, do you become too impatient about seeing results quickly? Do you sometimes feel like your impatience interferes with your success or overall sense of happiness?

Throughout my experience of working with smart, high-achieving, ambitious women, impatience has been one of the most common concerns for my wonderful colleagues. But let me fill you in on a little secret:

If you are a high-achieving, ambitious person, impatience is a natural state of affairs for you.

This feeling is natural, but you need to know that it is also important to reframe it in a way that you can utilize it in a constructive way in your business.

Today, I want to share with you two ways that you can reframe your impatience and use it to achieve the happiness and success you deserve.

 

2 Ways to Reframe Your Impatience:

  1. Look at it as a sense of urgency that will fuel you to create results quickly.
  2. Use your intuition. Invite a sense of stillness into your life.

 

My Challenge to You:

  • Deal with your impatience. Analyze it. Reframe it in one of two ways so you can turn it into a constructive tool that you can use to achieve successful

 

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Are you a fan of the Fierce Feminine Leadership Podcast? If the tips and interviews we share in each episode have helped you gain the confidence and inspiration to become a better, more powerful leader, head on over to iTunes, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review to let us know!

 

Aug 1, 2016

Have you ever felt that nagging ball of nerves in the pit of your stomach when you want to ask your boss for a raise, but you’re too nervous to actually confront him and ask for it? Or perhaps you’ve thought about talking to a loyal client about increasing your rates, but have put it off for months because you’re simply not sure about how things will turn out or are simply too nervous to “go for the ask.”

You are not alone. In fact, thousands of high-achieving women would rather make less money or go without things they truly want instead of facing the tense moment of asking their boss, their client or voicing their strong opinion on a situation or topic they feel passionate about.

Today, ladies, I want to share with you a few stories on how not taming the tension can help you grow as a person and a professional and why you should get comfortable with it in your business and your life.

Make tension your best friend.

 

Tension is like the grit of sand in an oyster shell. When you let it sit, beautiful things can happen. – Eleanor Beaton

 

Here’s a Breakdown of Today’s Episode:

  • Why is tension a useful tool for personal and professional growth
  • Why women often avoid using tension as a powerful tool to help them achieve the things they deserve.
  • How to use tension to your advantage, in business and life.

 

Key Areas That Women Often Avoid Tension:

  • Asking for a raise in salary
  • Raising their rates with clients
  • Expressing their disapproval or opinion about a situation, topic, or idea because they don’t want to “rock the boat.”
  • Making a change

 

My Challenge to You:

  • Don’t be afraid of tension. Embrace it.
  • Become comfortable with tension. Make it your best friend.

 

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