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When You Feel Like You Need Just One More Thing To Qualify You

Do you find yourself thinking, “I’m not experienced enough; I’m not old enough; I’m too old, or too young; I’m not ____ enough”? This is really common, especially with coaches.

These thought patterns often happen because there’s a confidence factor that comes only with time. 

However, I've learned something very important over the years of coaching coaches that will help you get over this no matter where you are in your business journey and that is this... 

There will always be people who are ready for you where you are. There will always be people a few steps behind you that need what you have, now.

Coaches will often think... “I just need one more certification.”

Go get the certifications if you want them but remeber this:

You don't need another ---> certification, client, gig, $5K month, etc. (insert your favourite excuse here) <--- to be able to help people right now.

When You Feel Like You Just Need 1 More Thing To Qualify You

These are belief patterns that are holding you back. It is the  “I’m not ____ enough." syndrome and you know what? It's not for you anymore! 

There will always be people who can benefit from where you are right now. Always. 

Next time you are about to say, 'But I just need one more X', remember this. 

The more you do this, the more you step into your own awesomeness and allow yourself to truly live your gifts and spread your message to those who need it most. 

Live Your Awesomeness, 

Jennifer Trask - First

Jennifer

P.S. Stepping into your awesomeness and allowing more abundance in is a mindset. That's why I created this free 5 part video series on how to break out of lack and jump into abundance. Grab it now to start your journey: 

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