If you want to expand your influence and reach a global community, you have to master online marketing.
But far too many teachers online are teaching you visibility tactics and strategies with no understanding of the inner work that needs to be done first.
You’ll waste enormous amounts of money and time if you start with visibility tactics before you’ve done the inner work.
Sure, you might get enthusiastic for a day or a week. You’ll start taking action but then, you’ll hit a wall. You won’t know it but you will have come up against the outer limits of your visibility comfort zone.
And pushing through that comfort zone is hard work.
You’ll find yourself stalled but unsure why. You’ll create unnecessary drama in your team or with one of your contractors, or you’ll get very busy working on a task which won’t move things forward in your business one little bit.
You’ll procrastinate and spend too much time on social media and then wonder why you’re not seeing progress in your business.
The thing is; your work and your contribution is too important to get stalled in this way.
The world needs you. The people you’re here to serve, need you.
The sooner you do the inner work – and learn how to integrate that with strategic planning and implementation – the faster you can reach the people who will benefit from you work, and the sooner you can make the difference you were born to make in the world.
When you don’t take the time to do visibility block clearing, you:
- Find yourself stuck in the weeds. Frustrated and confused about the next appropriate step to take in your business.
- See other people speaking up and feel annoyed or judgmental because they’re triggering an awareness within you of the places you’re limiting yourself.
- Feel unfulfilled because you’re not reaching your potential or experiencing full expression in the world.
And because the less visible you are, the harder you have to work, you find yourself earning less money than others in your industry while working longer hours than them.
If you’re a coach, a freelancer, an entrepreneur, a podcaster, a blogger, a creative, a social justice warrior, or you feel called to support other women but aren’t yet sure exactly how, becoming more visible is a huge part of your journey.