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Being an entrepreneur is having a service or product that solves a problem in exchange for money.

One of the misconceptions about selling is that it’s sleazy and that it is slimy and it’s a little icky.

It’s easy for us to conceptualize physical product selling versus our intellectual property and we really need to shift away from this.

If you don’t believe in selling, you are not going to show up in all of your authentic greatness.

Selling is an energy transfer and you are allowed to sell because it’s servicing your community and changing lives.

Know your Purpose Proposition and the transformation you provide in your service to be able to converse with your community.

Therefore, for your potential clients to buy into your service, you NEED to be confident in what you do!

This is because selling is not just having a billboard or putting up a post but it’s about showing up with the intent to transform.

In this episode, I discuss:

  •  Figuring out your purpose proposition 
  •  Confidence in our selling conversations
  •  Avoiding “pick me, pick me” vibes
  •  Connecting your content to the transformation you can provide

Mentioned in this episode:

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