The three things I did to turn my idea into an offer I am excited about

For two years, I was posting about my experience with perfectionism and impostor syndrome on Instagram, but I was not getting closer to launching the course I had in mind.

The three key things that finally moved the needle for me were:

1. Understanding how to write for social media

2. Developing my own system to create content

3. Doing the emotional work to change the stories I had about loving and accepting myself.

These stories have an impact on your business in ways that you won’t be able to predict.

I didn’t need new brand colors or a catchy name. I needed to deal with my anger, my misfit wounds, my fear of vulnerability and learn how to love myself when I self-sabotage.

By focusing on these three things I was finally able to turn a vague idea into a plan that I am excited about, and I am starting to show up in a way that feels good, safe and FUN. For the next 90 days, I will be promoting one thing only — I am turning my content planning and creation method into a workshop! The first workshop is on June 11th — register at: www.carolinachanis.com

Read this post and more on my Typeshare Social Blog

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Carolina Chanis

I write about the emotional courage it takes to start a thing…from the lens of an extreme perfectionist