I believe we’re all on a path of moving closer and closer to our own zone of genius. The place where we can be our most together and satisfied selves. The place where we feel most alive within our work. And, there’s no better platform for discovering your zone of genius than entrepreneurship because every step you take in your business can teach you something important about yourself. And, if you’re paying close attention, this information can help you make critical decisions on what to say yes and no to as you move forward.
Understanding your zone of genius doesn’t happen over night. It takes months (and often years) of showing up, testing things out, reiterating and showing up some more to really see the brilliance of your gifts emerge.
The more open you are to seeing your own brilliance, the easier it will be to claim it within your business and then develop offers, processes, boundaries and structures to support it.
One of the first steps in moving closer to your zone of genius is to let go of the things that you’ve outgrown and no longer serve you. When you let go, you open yourself up to receiving what’s next. But, letting go can feel scary. It feels vulnerable to let go, to make changes, to head in a new direction.
The truth is we never really know if what we’re about to do is going to work. All we can do is listen to our instincts and summon the courage to try.
I’m walking this path with you. I’ve taken important steps to let go of what I needed to let go of and I’ve created space for what’s next for my life and my business. Because for me, success is about having a profitable AND life-enhancing business. It’s got to be both.
I’ve made several changes to my website to reflect how I am stepping into my zone of genius within my work:
I have all new copy.
A new 1:1 offer.
And a new opt-in (on personal power!)
I hope you take some time to peruse the changes around here and if you’re not already on my list please sign up — you’re going to love my new experiential primer on personal power!
Over to you
In the comments below, I’d love to hear about your zone of genius and any challenges you might be bumping into as you step into it.