It’s Time To Annihilate Your Fear of Success

September 16, 2015

“I think you’re more afraid of success than failure.”

This stunning statement was said to me years ago by one of my teachers, and it unlocked something in me.

“Of course!” I answered.  “I know how to be broke.  I know how to just get by and stretch my dollars, every rich person I’ve ever known has had major problems!”


And there it was.  My actual problem. I was afraid of affluence and I didn’t have any positive role models of financial success to show me any different.  

Sound familiar? This video talks about why it’s so tricky to become successful, why we fear it, and what you can do to go ahead and succeed anyhow.

Did you know that every frequency has a success role model highlighted in their free guide?  It’s true!  

So if you’re wondering where to start, take the Find Your Frequency Quiz and dive in.

Lots of actionable advice and  a real life example of an inspirational person who shares your frequency traits.

Put more you in your business

(regardless of your myers-brigg)

2 thoughts on “It’s Time To Annihilate Your Fear of Success

  1. My fear of success stems from a few things – watching a lot of the women in my life struggle and fail constantly, as well as this deep belief that I don’t deserve success (based on abusive parents and past relationships). It’s held me back everyday for years and years. If you develop a program that focuses on this, count me in. 🙂

    • Those are unfortunately really common roots to have Stephanie. I’ve gone through similar things. This might evolve into a program, we’ll see. I’m hoping the Frequency guides (there’s a deep dive in the works that will talk about how each frequency approaches success and money blocks) will speak to this too. Right now I have a worksheet that helps my clients work through their fears of success and visibility, which are two BIGGIES holding people back.

      So, I’m pretty connected to it and passionate about it — we’ll see where it all lands.

      I know you’re already on this, but especially after watching some women in your life struggle with this, finding a role model who has succeeded in ways you want to will help counterbalance that a bit. <3

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