And so am I.
You…and you…and you…and anyone else who tries to convince others to NOT buy from them. Who somehow convinces themself that they aren’t good enough, credible enough, smart enough, to be compensated for helping others make more money in this show we call business.
Because see, if you look at the word convince, you’ll see what the first three letter spell. C-O-N.
And that’s you. And that’s me.
The struggle to find value within yourself is natural and normal. But you are doing a huge disservice to not only yourself, but to everyone around you who is more than willing to pay for the kind of help you can offer, if only you would get off your butt and put it out there that you’re available, and worth paying for.
You’re good enough.
You kick a**.
You take names.
You don’t try to say ‘no’ when someone asks if you can help them with a problem, and are willing to pay you for it.
You don’t try to say ‘no’ when you want to shout from the rooftops that you are so damn good at what you do that these other jokers out there giving the seminars, writing the books, and claiming all the Facebook friends are nothing but posers.
You are a rockstar.
So let’s think about acting like one.
Because to do any different is to con everyone around you into thinking you aren’t as good and valuable as you are. And it cons you into thinking the same.
Knock it off.
-written to myself and shared with you. Got something better? Leave it in the comments.
Michelle Gower provides kicka** results for kicka** people at Gower Power Consulting, a WordPress training, mentoring, and assistance authority, in Raleigh, N.C. for the solopreneur, WordPress provider, and small business owner.
She can be reached at email@example.com or at 919-228-8450, and of course, her wit can be enjoyed in full glory at http://www.facebook.com/gowerpowernc.
She is about to teach Advanced WordPress at Wake Tech Community College to small business owners just like you starting March 12. Get in while you can.