When I first started my business in 2016, I was a brilliant coach and a terrible business woman. I could sell thousands of dollars of skin care but when it came to selling my services, I fell apart. I too closely identified with my business in a way that when someone said no to my offer, I took it personally which started to diminish my confidence in my work. It took education, structure, and training to build a product and service that I related to as separate from me. Once I did this and healed any unlovable and unworthy stories I had about myself, my business had room to grow. I also had room to grow and mature in a way that allowed me to offer my work in more ways than one. Join me for an episode about soulful selling which is a true service to your client and your livelihood.