BEYOND Podcast Ep. 244: Breakthrough #7 – Define Enough

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The coach for moms called to business and host of the podcast BEYOND. I'm on a mission to help you grow as a person. 

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There is a problem in the world of online business, creative entrepreneurship, education, and coaching… and the problem is that of MORE. I notice it when words like abundance are tossed around… because what they are often truly rooted in is a place of scarcity. We’re told that we should constantly want more, be more and do more so that we can get more. 

We’re sold this story that to be successful means that your business should be seeing exponential growth year after year. We hear it so much that we start to believe it. And then, when our reality doesn’t look like the messaging we’re hearing of what it is to be “successful”, we decide it’s not enough. We’re not enough. We aren’t doing enough. We aren’t successful enough, smart enough, flexible enough, we aren’t growing fast enough or earning enough money. And the only answer to “not enough” seems to be MORE.

This mindset of MORE is a dangerous place to be. Especially for those of us whose values make it clear that we are not willing to do whatever it takes. We aren’t willing to compromise what matters most to us, our time, our families, our faith – in order to have a profitable business.

When we aren’t willing to do whatever it takes as moms in business, we have to be very intentional to do this one thing: DEFINE ENOUGH.

On this episode of the podcast, you’ll learn:

• Why you constantly feel behind and defeated in life and business

• What it means to define “enough” in your days and in your business

• One thing you can do to feel satisfied and accomplished at the end of your work day

• Why so many of us feel busy, but not productive

• How defining “enough” in terms of business revenue will change how it feels to lead your business

• What a strategic intent is and why you need one

• How defining enough will change what your days feel like 

Sometimes, we don’t realize how deep the thoughts and beliefs that are running our lives really are. And if you feel like you should be beyond this already, this shouldn’t be a problem, or you should be able to figure this out on your own, you might be wrong. Motherhood and business can be so isolating, but you don’t have to do this on your own. If you’d love the support of a mindset coach who can help you get out of your way, and a business mentor who can help you with marketing strategy and the next steps toward building a business you don’t want to quit, let’s chat. 

Schedule a Next Step call with me – it’s so easy to schedule a call. Visit and grab a time that works for you. These calls are only 20 minutes – a powerful 20 minutes because you’ll share with me where you are right now and where you’d like to be, I’ll offer you some clarity on what I see might be getting in your way personally, and if you decide you’re interested in working together, we’ll talk about what that looks like and get all of your questions answered. 

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This is the podcast for moms called to business as creative entrepreneurs and coaches. Through mindset and strategy, I help you leverage your faith and your beliefs to get out of your own way so that you simplify, focus and build a business that serves you, your family and your clients well – a business run with integrity that creates both income and impact. Around here, we go beyond the surface and dive deep into what matters most. We talk about mindset, faith, motherhood, money, marketing, messaging and more. So much of why you were called to business is because of who you’re becoming along the way. As your coach, my job is to help you grow your business. My mission is to help you grow as a person.


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