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We’ve all heard the conditioned messaging about how to achieve success:
Pull yourself up by your bootstraps! No one’s going to work as hard or care as much about your business as you. If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself.
If you’ve been struggling with this mindset and haven’t allowed yourself to be fully supported in your business, then this episode should help change your mind. I interview my client Michelle Clayton, who’s the founder of WeLetHerFly.com and a member of The CEO Collective. We discuss how she finally stepped into her CEO role by surrounding herself with support and made mindset shifts in her business that allowed her to get out of the feast or famine cycle that traps so many entrepreneurs.
On this episode of Promote Yourself to CEO:
5:18 - Your branding can affect your ability to show up in your business the way you want. How?
9:03 - What happened when Michelle decided to increase her pricing?
13:16 - Your pricing communicates certain things about your business, product, or service.
16:02 - Michelle has undergone another big shift in her business while in The CEO Collective. It’s something I’ve often discussed on the show.
20:07 - How has Michelle’s role as CEO changed? And what did she do to stay creatively inspired when the well ran dry?
26:46 - I ask Michelle a couple of lightning round questions to wind down the show.
30:08 - Michelle discusses why anyone on the fence about joining The CEO Collective should just go ahead and do it.
36:12 - I recap some key things about how Michelle pulled her business out of the feast or famine cycle.