“Self-sabotage is when we say we want something and then go about making sure it doesn’t happen.” ~Alyce P. Cornyn-Selby
Let me guess. You have a pattern of self-sabotage in your business. You dream of freeing yourself but you don’t know how …
You may even believe you not only can’t change this pattern, you can’t even fully understand how and why it happens.
But that’s not true. It’s easy to identify where you sabotage yourself.
Just identify the business issues you continually struggle with.
Business issues such as:
- Attracting prospective clients who “can’t” pay your fees
- Late-paying clients
- Clients who habitually cancel appointments at the last minute
- Those who often ask for “extras” – more time, more attention, more services – but without paying you more money
- The client who always seems to have a crisis and needs your help on the weekend or when you’re on vacation
- Clients who don’t hold up their end of your agreement with them. For example, they don’t give you their input on time, whether it’s an intake questionnaire, providing specs for the project they want you to manage, or comments on your first draft of their brochure.
But wait – aren’t these just typical business issues?
Well, not exactly. If they were ordinary business issues – and nothing more – you could Continue Reading »