I feel you with the “stop faking it” motto. It’s so hard to help if you don’t know the real story of what’s going on, and there’s nothing to be ashamed of, we all have our own struggles and problems to overcome! I know you’re speaking about working with clients for this post, but I’m wondering your thoughts on how to be “real” when networking. I feel like I’m an open book and maybe that isn’t the best strategy all the time!
You totally crack me up girly! This was hilarious–and so true. Faking it till you make it is simply not a sound business strategy no more than it is a sound relationship strategy. Confronting our fears and disappointments head on allows for real change to take place!
This is my first time stopping by Michelle and you’ve got me laughing! Great video. I’ve found that every time I’m honest about where I am in my business there’s someone right along side me who needed to hear the unvarnished truth. Being in business is hard! It takes work. It’s not all awesome all the time. But I love it still the same.
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