One of the common fears that comes up with my clients repeatedly is becoming a target for haters, cancel culture, and trolls. I mean, the bigger they are, the harder they fall, right? The idea of having to deal with negative attention does not feel expansive, fulfilling, or joyful. I mean, no one wants haters, and when you’ve already got a full plate, comments and attacks can be the straw that breaks your back.
It leaves them thinking they have to choose safety over the real success that they crave.
BUT… Do you really have to choose between playing it safe or taking risks all the time if you want to be successful? Entrepreneurship is inherently risky, but is the only path to success found by taking BIG risks all the time? Do you really have to choose between safety and security and being successful at the level that brings the income, impact, and influence you know is meant for you?
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Podcast Show Notes
Inside this episode, we're talking about:
Why an agent is also a fiduciary (and what that means)
How your definitions (of success or safety) shape your reality
Prince Versus Mother Nature at the Super Bowl Halftime Show
Success is a destination and you're already there
How good decisions are actually made
Even Betty White had haters
The importance of protection and calculated risk
Why a "celebrity entourage" might be just what you need
The 4 R's that reinforce your Environment of Empowerment
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