I was in a coaching session the other day and found myself explaining the differences between introverts and extraverts.
How can you know for sure if you are an introvert or an extravert?
Yes, it’s true. There are those online tests everywhere, but most aren’t accurate and really don’t know what they are doing.
They are more confusing than helpful, honestly…
Branding and the Imposter Syndrome
I usually don’t work on Sundays, but last week I was watching one of George Kao’s videos that made me stop in my tracks, pick up my notebook and start writing this article like crazy.
George is a business coach, and my current mentor by the way. He was talking about how our lack of confidence influences our capacity to make an income in our business.
And then he said something about the imposter syndrome:
On running your business when life gets in the way
Having your own business is an exciting adventure: You’re following your schedule, you are posting your content, you’ll soon run a promotion for a workshop … and then, something happens. Life gets in the way.
Because life is unpredictable. And has the bad habit of not following our plans.
So from time to time, all of us will have to keep up with our business while navigating the rough waters of life.
The spiritual lesson of choosing your niche
Are you resisting the idea of choosing a niche? There is a saying: “What you resist, persists” that applies to what most coaches, healers and therapists do when it comes to finding their niche.
Guess what they are really doing by resisting to find their niche? They are persisting in staying invisible, in not being heard, seen nor found by those who need their help.
Because, what is really a niche?
Too many business ideas? (How to choose)
I don’t know you personally, but if you are in any way like me, you tend to have a lot of ideas.
More than you can act upon.
Right now, on top of my branding & business reinvention coaching, I’d love to start a personal growth blog with a Jungian perspective. I want to run a Dreamwork group for conscious solopreneurs. And I’m also tempted to start an English conversation club for Spanish speaking entrepreneurs here in Madrid.
All those ideas sound inspiring to me.
How to make wiser business decisions
Not everyone makes decisions in the same manner. Carl Jung, the swiss psychologist, noticed people functioned in different ways.
When faced with a choice, some people make decisions based on the facts, the logic behind the choice. While others will decide according to their personal values and what feels right to them.
These differences are based on how we prefer to use our minds. and it’s connected to our “natural mental wiring”, so to speak.
How to increase the visibility of your biz
What do Harry Potter, H. G. Wells, and your business have in common?
Harry Potter had an invisibility cloak, H. G. Wells wrote a book about an invisible man, and we can feel invisible in our business after creating a ton of content that no one pays attention to.
A heart-centered way to stand out in your field (a Jungian perspective)
I don’t know if more than ever before, but this world needs healing.
So if you do some kind of transformational work, know that your help is necessary.
We are undergoing a huge transformation, as societies and as people.