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Episode Info: So I promised to tell you what I think the biggest lesson from my business sabbatical was as well as the result that I got from it. And for me it’s this: it’s time for me to back me. t I think it’s time for us all to back ourselves. And what do I even mean by that? Basically, to me, it’s about serving up your own delicious cocktail, alcoholic or non-alcoholic and being happy with what you are drinking. It’s like drinking your own goodness. It’s talking about you and why you rock versus everybody else. So basically it’s being a bit of a celebrity in your own right and believing in yourself! I think I’ve mentioned this in the past couple of episodes where I talked about the Power of a Business Sabbatical, is that the biggest thing for me in having time off and away from my business is, that I had to get past some really bad feelings when I got to thinking. I’m talking about the dangerous and pointless ‘comparison game’ or thoughts like ‘What have I actually done? What have I actually achieved? Have I made an impact? Who am I to have built this business over 7 years? Oh my goodness. I’ve done nothing!’ Yes, all this crap came out of it. Once I got through this little moment of self-doubt I was like, ‘Wait a minute. I’ve done some pretty fantastic things. I’ve published a best selling book on Amazon. And that’s now been picked up by Simon & Schuster and the third edition is coming out this September! I finally got to speak on stage at TEDx and I get paid to speak around the world. I’ve built a multiple six figure business that has been that way for several years and I’ve been in business for 7 years. That’s no mean feat! I started reading back through people’s lovely emails and just seeing the impact that I’ve made. And then I even put a post up on Facebook a couple of weeks back before ending this business sabbatical, when I was having a little moment of doubt and asked: ‘What is it that you actually think is my superpower?’ It was absolutely overwhelmingly beautiful how many people commented and how they saw me versus how I saw myself. The long and the short of what I took away from all of these people commenting: friends and clients and just people on Facebook was, “Natalie I think yRead more »

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