Originally posted 2019-09-25 11:13:17.
…if there’s one thing the majority of us do, it’s under selling ourselves or our business.
When you do, you don’t see the hidden assets that you’ve got right under your nose. – Because of that you undervalue yourself.
‘I only self publish books.’
‘I only make t-shirts and coffee mugs.’
‘I only make planners.’
‘I’m just a fiction writer.’
When you describe yourself with an ‘I’m only’ or ‘just a’…you’re looking at yourself from your point of view.
But how would someone from the other side of fence see you, your talents, and skills.
‘You know how to make money from home? -I wish I could do that instead of going to this lousy job.’
‘You write and publish your own books? – I’d love to have the confidence you have to be a writer.’
‘A thousand people read your blog posts each month? – I don’t think anyone would be as interested in reading anything I write.’
Kinda put a spin on things, doesn’t it?
Same goes for all your products and services you provide.
‘It’s just a coloring book.’
‘It’s just a blog.’
‘It’s just a romance book.’
That’s the same limited thinking….all of those are assets, that if taken care of, could provide an income months and years from now…whether you’re on the top side of the sod or not.
It’s time to take the blinkers off. You’re a lot more talented than you give yourself credit for.
And even if you don’t have any knowledge, you’ve got all the knowledge I’ve been showing you in my courses…you’ve been using them, right?
Go grab a pen and paper and write down all the things you know how to do. And if you’re having problems look at it from an outsider’s point of view.
You talented so and so!