Women entrepreneurs often struggle with a lack of confidence — especially as new business owners. Stepping into a new identity as a business owner can trigger imposter syndrome or leave you worried that others may judge you. While it’s only human to feel a little unsure when jumping into a new endeavour, a serious and ongoing lack of confidence may kill your spirit… and eventually your business. If you often find yourself wondering, “Who am I to think I can actually DO this?”, then this episode of The Business of Thinking Big is for you!
My guest Lynn Harrison is the founder of Lessons With Lynn. As a High Performance Coach and yoga instructor, Lynn helps her clients get clear on what they want in life and live it with more meaning, energy, and joy. In this episode of The Business of Thinking Big, Lynn and I explore the early challenges that Lynn faced and conquered while building her business — from learning how to embrace her identity as a business owner to letting go of social media expectations and finding a content strategy that truly works for her.
Tune in as we explore the steps she took to build her online presence, how she discovered the type of content that she feels genuinely GOOD about sharing, and how she remains aligned and authentic on her socials. You will not want to miss out on Lynn’s golden nuggets of wisdom!
In this episode, you’ll discover:
Guest bio: Lynn Harrison dropped out of a successful 15+ year corporate career 8 years ago and became a Certified High Performance Coach and yoga/functional movement instructor. She is also the founder of Bells and Whistles, an employee/member perks program.
00:31 Meet Lynn Harrison
05:56 Identity shifts
09:10 Overcoming identity struggles
12:50 “Normalizing” & social media
15:53 Getting confident being visible online
17:40 Share your mission your way
19:25 Giving value
28:04 100 class goal-setting
34:22 Revenue wins
37:37 A-Player relationships
39:45 Final takeaway
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