Let's face it: When you are gearing up to make some big changes in your life (like, starting your own business!) a lot of fears and anxieties start to creep in. You start to doubt yourself, your abilities and the reason why you are leaving your old, comfortable life behind for a whole new life of uncertainty.
Fortunately, our friend Sebastiaan van der Schrier from Social Anxiety Solutions had a bit of experience in this field. So we put him to work and got him to dish 3 actionable strategies you can use right now to shift your mindset and reframe your fears.
Just click that big ol' obvious button below to get it now!
Skip to the Good Stuff:1:22 – a little bit about Sebastiaan and how he can help you 1:48 – the most common fears people feel 2:30 – how to get clear on what it is you want 2:42 – how to paint the picture of how you will feel once you overcome your fear of change 3:12 – the one question you want to ask yourself during this transition 3:39 – how to find out what is in the way of you achieving your goals 4:22 – a solid technique for reframing your fears 5:27 – the power of asking yourself “wouldn't it be nice if”
A Little Bit About this Episode:
One thing many of us wanting to make the change between employee to self-employed struggle with is what will happen if the business fails. In fact, so many people struggle with this fear that they talk themselves out of ever doing it before they even try it.
Trust me, we get it. We too have dealt with countless fears, anxieties, doubts and limiting beliefs surrounding our decision to run an online business, but there are ways to overcome your fears and re-frame them to empower you in your decisions.
Which is why we wanted to share this episode with you today because we truly believe everyone has it in them to start an online business…you just have to want it enough!
So if you want it, but you're just struggling with getting your mindset right, click play and listen to Sebastiaan's 3 easy tips to overcoming the fear of change.
Your turn: What is the biggest fear you currently have? And if you're feeling extra daring list both your “what if” question as well as your “wouldn't it be nice if” question.