Lisa Robbin Young

Episode 2: The 5 Symptoms of Underearning

This is Season Four, Episode Two. Where we tackle the core symptoms of underearning that are common to most creative entrepreneurs. Just because you demonstrate any or all of these symptoms once in a while doesn't make you an underearner. But, if a pattern persists, you'll definitely want to look closer.

This is the first episode in a Summer-long series that deals with different aspects and triggers for underearning. If you want to take this learning deeper, consider joining Overcoming Underearning for Creative Entrepreneurs.

If you’re listening to just the podcast, you’re only getting about a third of the deal. Catch the Creative Freedom web series or join me on Facebook on Fridays at 5:30pm Central time for a LIVE Q&A about the week's topic.

Show Notes

01:00 - How I discovered these 5 Core Symptoms of Underearning

04:35 - Why Chaotics get hit hard with indifference (and how that indifference could be a symptom of underearning)

07:30 - How not looking at my bank account kept me in a spiral of underearning

09:15 - The need for Ruthless Honesty

11:58 - How refusing compliments can be a sign of underearning

15:28 - The myth of "what the market will bear"

17:46 - fixating on competition as a sign of underearning

22:09 - How I bridged my income gap during my first year in Nashville

24:11 - The health symptoms that could be a symptom of underearning

28:07 - You've got to be wiling to accept the consequences of your new choices to overcome underearning

30:00 - Spotting the difference between occasional issues and true patterns of underearning

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Music: "Welcome to the Show" by Kevin MacLeod
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