You sit down at your desk, ready to pull out those statements & receipts and then...
...You start looking at your next client project. It's so much easier to work on those tasks that you enjoy than it is figuring out your profit for last month. (Who cares anyway? It's behind us already.)
...You finally open up your bank statement and panic strikes. It just doesn't make sense where your money's going. You know you're making it, right?
Then the gut-wrenching thought hits ->
"Who am I to think I can do this (pay myself what I deserve, grow a 6-figure/7-figure/whatever-figure business and charge top dollar)?"
...You can't help but compare yourself to all those influencer types and THEIR claims of building big businesses in 2 months or less.
Your inbox pings, you read emails from your "internet-famous" idols and feel instant self-doubt.
You open an email from someone you trust. It's about how they earned tens of thousands of dollars while they were sleeping.
,,,OR it tells a story about raising their pricing that feels so out of reach, you immediately slip into why-that'll-never-be-me mode.
Your imposter syndrome is working overtime, and your heart is going a mile a minute.
You imagine everyone else is earning money doing what you do, and it feels like there's be none left for you.
Seeing this proof of others' success, you doubt your own ability to move your financial needle.
Before letting imposter syndrome stop you from chasing your financial dreams (yet again)...
While advice like "just sell more" and "work on your law of attraction" is very well-meaning...
It's vital you hear this:
Turning your small-revenue biz into a well-oiled & profitable financial machine --> is easier that you'd think.
The only reason your vision for more dollars in your pocket and a business you adore (!!!!) feels far away?
You've been led to believe that in order to actually create a successful business and skyrocket your revenue, you must have:
---> a massive revenue stream
---> a giant following as an expert/influencer on social media
---> a bunch of high-impact clients
Hear this: The idea that without all that, you're a financial failure is a fat load of B.S.
With the right strategies & a little internal clean up, even a smaller 5-figure revenue can result in good, solid cash in your pocket for the long term, and money flow that meets (or surpasses) your needs.
I've shown countless service-based entrepreneurs and people who "sell their brains for a living" how to do it...
...(and in a moment, you'll have the opportunity to be one of them).