Do you trust yourself? It can be really confronting and challenging for many business owners but when it comes to investing in the things that can really help your business grow, self trust is essential.
In this episode, I share my approach to investing in my business and talk about the importance of trusting yourself instead of asking permission from those around you. I share about a recent investment I made into joining a group program, why I chose to do so, and talk about making sure we don’t put all our eggs in one basket.
If you’re struggling to commit and invest in yourself or maybe you’re just needing that little extra encouragement to go for it, this is the episode for you.
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[02.30]: Recently Emily invested ten thousand dollars in herself to join a group program. Making a decision like this comes easily when she looks at it in terms of “Do I think I’m going to make this money back?”
[03.45]: Emily’s approach to these situations is to inform those around her but not to ask permission.
[05.00]: It’s important when joining a program and investing money like this, that you understand it is not the one thing you need to improve your business and reach the next level – because there is no one thing.
[06.45]: When we believe something will make the difference for our business all by itself, it just can’t, and we will inevitably be left disappointed in ourselves
[07.45]: When we make investments in our business it lets us know that we are serious about our business and strengthens our trust in ourselves.
[09.00]: If you are struggling to commit and invest in yourself, and your business, you need to really reflect and be honest on why that is. Forgive your past self and look forward.
[10.10]: It can be as simple as “Do I think that I will be able to generate this money back?” If the answer is yes then go for it!
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I acknowledge the Wurundjeri people as the traditional and ongoing custodians of the Kulin Nation: the place in which I live, work and play, and pay my deepest respects to their Elders past and present.
Emily Osmond is an international business coach and speaker, based in Melbourne, Australia.