Solo Episodes

Your Internal GPS to Success - 148

Dec 10, 2020

Even though I coach people on speaking and marketing, inevitably I always end up working as much on mindset as I do on developing skills and strategy.

That’s because, in my experience as a coach, and from my own journey, the thing that trips us up most as an entrepreneur are our thoughts and beliefs.

It doesn’t matter how many skills you’ve got, your mindset can be your biggest saboteur - showing up as things like impostor syndrome, procrastination, comparisonitis, shiny penny syndrome or as in my own case..all of them!

The trouble is that often we aren’t aware of why we’re stuck or struggling to do the things that we know will move us closer to realizing our potential and achieving our goals and dreams...and even if we are, sometimes we don’t register at a conscious level, that we’re thinking unhelpful thoughts.

That is why we need to use another compass to guide us...our internal GPS to success...and that's what this episode is all about.

What you’ll discover:

  • The internal GPS to success that we need to pay attention to.
  • What we should do when we’re off track.
  • Three powerful processes to get you back on the path to happiness and success.


Sarah’s Stuff:

The Speaking Club Facebook Group

Join the Next Snackable Story Challenge

The Speaking Club ‘Live’ Membership

Grab your copy of Straight to the Top - How to Create and Deliver a Killer Elevator Pitch

Grab your copy of Cracking Speech Mate - How to Add Humour to Make You An Amazing Speaker

Other Resources:

Ask and It is Given by Jerry and Esther Hicks

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*** by Mark Manson

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