Molly is here to SHAKE THINGS UP.
… and I am living for it.
Have you ever felt that because someone else is “thriving” in business, that there might be less of an opportunity for you?
Have you ever followed an industry leader on social media, only to find yourself getting pangs of jealousy when you see them sharing a luxurious lifestyle that you wish you could achieve?
I personally see clients struggle with these feelings or mindsets when they come into the 10K Success System, and if you do not work on these triggers by understanding and identifying, it may end up hindering your business success.
Molly Galbraith, co-founder of Girls Gone Strong, and I dive right into these heavy – but important – emotions/ topics to dissect and give advice on how to overcome these mental blocks.
If you are an entrepreneur, or looking to start your own business, learning to notice, name, and normalize moments when you are experiencing a scarcity mindset or finding yourself stuck in comparison traps, is critical.
We all experience these mental blocks in business or in life, but learning how to overcome and understand them is critical.
Also, Molly wrote a book that you will not want to miss out on. Get your copy HERE!
More About Molly Galbraith:
Molly Galbraith, CSCS, is the co-founder of Girls Gone Strong (GGS), the world’s largest platform providing evidence-based, interdisciplinary health, fitness, nutrition, and pregnancy education for women and the health and fitness professionals who work with them—including industry-leading certification programs and coaching.
The “Strong Women Lift Each Other Up” philosophy is woven through the fabric of GGS, as Molly leads a team of women from the US, Canada, UK, Mexico, India, and Australia. From employing and educating, to featuring, collaborating with, and investing in women, GGS is dedicated to serving its community of women from 90+ countries around the world.
Listen to Episode 222 below:
What We Talk About In This Episode:
- Scarcity Mindset
- The Comparison Trap
- “top-down, bottom-up, outside in, inside out” model
- Overcoming fear and guilt
- Finding the connection with clients
- Emotional quicksand
- Self Inquiry Work
- Internalized Misogyny
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