Stacey shares how you can step into empowerment in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, or any uncertain time.
- Learn how to adapt in the face of uncertainty.
- Stacey shares how the pandemic has allowed her to view her business through a new lens.
- Break out of your comfort zone.
“In order to do things most don’t, you have to get comfortable with being uncomfortable.” – Stacey O’Byrne
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This is sell without selling, episode 3.
Let’s get into today’s topic of making shift happen. You heard me right, it’s time that we really take control over us, our income, our business, our life. Look, right now, in the midst of this global pandemic, right now a lot of people are being faced with struggles that they never foresaw, that they had no way to predict. And reality is, if you stepped into empowerment, if you owned your own ability, the knowledge that you control your life, you control your destiny, you control your results. If that’s something that you can stand in right now, you can make shift happen sooner rather than later. If that’s something that you struggle with. If you’re sitting back trying to figure out what to do, how to do it, where to go. If you’re waiting for government assistance. If you’re waiting for the PPPL, if you’re waiting for the EIDL. If you’re waiting for something or someone to bail you out, if you’re waiting for your phone to ring…then you’re putting yourself, your business, your life, your family, your security in dire jeopardy.
Because let’s talk about what really happens. See, in situations that become unpredictable, unprecedented, un-I’ll use the media term-uncertain. What happens is our fight or flight kicks in. That’s our primary, most primitive response system, fight or flight. When that kicks in you either dig in, put up your dukes and give it everything you have to thrive and survive. If flight kicks in, well then you put your head in the sand or you run from whatever it is that is scaring you or incorporating fear into you.
Look, I am not minimizing what’s going on today, and I am definitely avoiding the lack of sincerity and heart-felt concern I have for a lot of people who are struggling. I want people to use this as an opportunity to get better, to be better, to do better, because it’s there.
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