Holly Worton is an author, podcaster, and business mindset coach for women
entrepreneurs. She works with women who are feeling stuck and frustrated with their
business because they're struggling to fully step into their highest potential as
entrepreneurs. Holly helps them release their fear of visibility, set aligned prices for their
products and services, and take easy inspired action to grow their business.
It's usually not lack of business or marketing knowledge that holds us back in business.
That's all easy to learn. It's our mindset that stops us from creating the business we want. If
you've ever struggled with self confidence, self esteem, or even setting prices that reflect
your true value, Holly can help. There's a fast and easy way to move past the fears, blocks,
and limiting beliefs toward your vision of your ideal business.
Take the first step toward having a steady stream of your ideal clients by signing up for her
free Unlock Your Client Blocks Kit, or sign up for a free discovery session to get clear on
which things are getting in the way of a steady stream of clients in your business.
Here are a few of the big topics we talked about:
What we mean when we talk about mindset.
The difference between mindset and intuition.
The importance of decluttering our mind and how to do that. Here's a link to my 5 Days of Journaling Program with the Clearing Space exercise: www.kellycovert.com/journal
The importance of taking action on what your inner voice is telling you to do.
How to be okay with not knowing what the next step in the plan is.
How the feelings of yearning can lead us to where we are supposed to go.
Holly shares her story of creating a new process to use with her clients and the trust and courage that was involved.
Why we need to own our worthiness in order to be able to do our soul work.
What Holly learned on her silent retreat. http://www.hollyworton.com/my-celery-is-good-enough-and-other-lessons-from-my-silent-retreat/
Why doing the hard work of clearing our limiting beliefs is worth it.
Holly shares her story of spending most of her life pretending to be someone she wasn't so she could fit in, and how that led her to connect with her inner voice.
How to return to who we truly are.
The importance of having a support crew in your life.
Here's a link to my interview on Holly's podcast: http://www.hollyworton.com/210/
In Holly's Voice:
“Give yourself permission to feel that uncomfortable icky feeling, so you can then open yourself up to the work that needs to be done.
“The most important work I've done in my life is helping myself being connected to and hearing my inner voice.”
“Start letting go of the things that don't serve you and don't make you happy, and start focusing on the things that do.”
“The more you guide yourself by the inner compass of your feelings, the more you get back on track.”