How to Grow your Business from Love: The Selflovepreneur Sisterhood
Are you a female entrepreneur who regularly runs into limiting beliefs around deservedness? Do you struggle growing your business?
This is how Selflovepreneurs grow their business from love and sisterhood
You wake up in your comfy bed, it's a beautiful day and in your mind, you scan your day. Do I have client calls today? "Oh, the first 4 hours are my creative genius hours! Wonderful."
"Let's see, I've got a call with Helen - my amazing client, who swears she has never made more progress than before, because of my support."
"Then I have a call with that client who probably is going to work with me, I've got a good feeling about this, I'm so happy that I love sales calls."
"Oh, I promised that would write an article, and that it's for today!"
So you do some yoga, shower, put on that beautiful dress you bought last week, and start your day with a smile on your face.
Now imagine this:
You wake up and the first thing you think is: "Shit, I was supposed to sell my offer, but I don't want to! I posted something on Instagram and only got 1 pity-like. I'm sure nobody likes what I have to offer."
You shower and don't even notice that the sun is shining. You look into the mirror and tell yourself: You're ugly. You try to tuck in your tummy and feel sad.
The internal monologue is on full blast: "I should get a job at the supermarket. I can't do this. It's too stressful. There's something wrong with me"
But because you love your work so much you get to work anyway. You know that you've got to check your bank statement, but are afraid to look.
But instead of setting up your launch, you're scrolling through Facebook. It's painfully clear that everybody is more successful than you. You scan the happy faces: "Oh look at here, she's on holiday again"
A pang of jealousy. You're not even that kind of woman! What's happening?
So - out of desperation - you enroll in a free program, download some free e-books that promise you the sun and the moon, promote the program of a friend, and before you know it, it's afternoon. You decide that your launch can wait, because who's waiting for you?
When you go to bed you're wide awake. Shame, anger, and resentment ("Stupid people, why don't they understand what I can do for them!") are having a field day. Hopefully, tomorrow will be a better day.
If only you didn't feel so isolated! If only there were people around you who understand what you truly are and what you truly want to accomplish.
How do I know what it feels like to (not) grow your business from resentment AND How to Grow your Business from Love?
Because I know what it feels like to have anger, resentment, and shame. I know what it feels like to spend days being incredibly busy and not making a single Euro.
I know what it feels like to feel isolated and lost and the shame when a family member asks you: "Why don't you stop this madness and find a job?"
Most of all I intimately know the horror of loathing myself. Of not loving myself. And it's downright horrible. Not all the strategy of the world of the world will help you with this.
If you want business success you've got to love and accept yourself first (because that's how growth will happen - fast)
So, are you ready to transform all the obstacles to miracles?
Do you want a Sisterhood and follow the Selflovepreneur way?
This huge shift came about because I’m being surrounded by my sisters and have all this support. When I have doubts or inner- blocks, I go to the community. I write a post or I reach out to them at any time. At night or in the morning, and they are always there for me to help me to cheer me on, it is so important.
Sara Parenti ‧ Photograper and owner or Meraki Photography
I found out that as long as I focused on NOT loving myself and had NO sisterhood I also made NO money and had NO clients.
And that made me become even more unkind to myself! Hello vicious cycle. . . .
So I took Massive Action
After feeling deeply alone and isolated I joined a Mastermind and within 6 weeks I started making money.
I realized that I needed the positive loving energy of other women. I found out that women can do everything when they are around like-minded women.
So when my business grew I decided that I only wanted to work with women who thrived with that kind of support.
A Sisterhood of Selflovepreneurs
This who they are:
▶︎ A Selflovepreneur embraces and loves her sensitivity, fiercely bright creative mind, multi-passionate power, and deep feelings.
▶︎ A Selflovepreneur can take massive action and grow an epic business: Because she's always grows from with love. Love for herself, her clients, her business, her offers, her impact and her sisterhood.
▶︎ A Selflovepreneur knows that she can be a big success and a work in progress at the same time. She is open and vulnerable about that.
▶︎ A Selflovepreneur shares her knowledge and experience freely, she introduces and refers her sisters to the right people. She supports her sisters because she knows that they will do the same for her.
▶︎ A Selflovepreneur takes consistent action and grows a successful and aligned business and brand.
▶︎ A Selflovepreneur's focus is on happiness, self-love, and authentic self-expression first.
▶︎ A Selflovepreneur is being lifted up by the Sisterhood, she can do unimaginable things because her Sisterhood has her back.
Can you see yourself?
I even made a Math calculation:
Self-love + Sisterhood = Money in your Business
In the Brave Leap you get the expertise of Esther, but then you've also got all the wisdom of all of the other people in the community. Like all of the different suggestions for tech solutions, or where to write your copy.
You get to create a poll with: “Which title do you like the most?”, instead of just sitting there in your own head for like three months, not launching your program. Before Brave Leap, I couldn't find the answers to all of my questions. So I just didn't do anything. Now I just put it out and get feedback.
Because of the Brave Leap I stopped hiding. I had been invisible for so long, I wasn't alone anymore and had a place
Bella Luna ‧ Spiritual Life Coach & Self-Love Advocate