Visibility blocks can be fatal to the operation of a business. It can be so easy to assume you’re doing everything you can to spread the word about your business, whilst in reality, you aren’t doing anywhere near enough.
It’s easy to think ‘I’ll get to it’, or ‘People will just find me’, or ‘I don’t have the time or money to do more promotion in my business’.
But here’s the thing; if the number of people who know about you and who decide to become your customers, clients, or students isn’t growing consistently, then you’ve got a sustainability problem. One that’s likely to result in significant cash flow problems and see you deciding that running a business is all just too hard.
It doesn’t have to be this way. Building a business doesn’t have to be an uphill battle. You just have to know which levers to pull. But you’ll never know which levers they are if you haven’t cleared your inner resistance to being visible.
Prioritising visibility is one of those levers. And while you’ve still got visibility blocks, you’ll always find a reason not to get yourself out there.
That’s why the first step in growing your business has to be to ensure you’ve uncovered and cleared out any visibility blocks you might have.
If you try to take action before you do the inner work of clearing out your blocks, you’ll waste time and money. Your inner and outer worlds will be at war. You’ll find yourself taking action on ideas that your subconscious is actively resisting or you’ll spend an exorbitant amount of time and money on things that don’t actually move the needle in your business at all. As a result, you’ll find yourself needing to push much harder than other people to achieve half the results.
Let’s make sure that doesn’t happen to you.
- you’re stuck in the early phases of business – you can’t seem to gain any momentum or consistency when it comes to getting your business up and running, or promoting it, or
- you notice yourself hesitating when it comes to telling people about your services, your website, your program or product, or
- you haven’t put anything on the market although you have things that you could be selling.
If you’ve been in business a while and you’re upgrading your business, you’re pivoting, or you’re about to bring out a new product, a new line, a new service, or a new program, this class will also be great for you.