In episode 7 of our community podcast Visibility Matters, I speak about a dislike of crowds, a fear of strangers, and the impact that may be having on your experience of being visible in the world. More specifically, the impact that may be having on expanding your reach and growing your business.
Here’s a snippet of the episode.
In the episode, I’ve invited you to undertake a similar sort of investigation to the one I share. Here are some journaling prompts to support you in doing that (noting that listening to the episode first will help you to complete these questions more fully):
How do you feel about crowds?
Is it all crowds or are there some styles of crowds that suit you?
If there are some crowds that suit you, what’s the nature of those crowds and how are you showing up and interacting with them?
How do you feel about strangers?
What levels of intimacy are you comfortable with in business?
Have you considered the levels of intimacy and nature of the intimacy that you’ve incorporated into the different products and services you offer?
Is your business model aligned with the ways you like to be visible in the world?
What visibility blocks need clearing and what’s a sign that you’re trying to force yourself into a business model that will never really feel good to you?
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