You don't always know the answers
Sometimes you don't know what's around the corner
And it's pretty likely that you don't know what's on the end of your nose (until you find your Thing of course!) :)
And the 'not knowing' is not a problem.
It's absolutely fine not to know
As if you knew then you'd already know it and already be doing it and already selling it so you wouldn't need the new stuff.
Do you see where I'm going with this?
If you want to stand out and get noticed for what it is you do that's brilliant you need to lead. You need to do something new or different or turn it on it's head or just do SOMETHING that no-one else is doing quite the way you're doing it.
This is what Being a Business Celebrity is all about - it's about you doing YOUR Thing and getting famous for it. And it's absolutely fine to not know what that is.
If you don't know what your Thing is then look at what you do that's easy. Look at what you do without thinking about it. Look at what just 'happens' when you do your 'work' or live your life. Look at what you are asked to do, who comes to you, what you get done. It's very like all these are your Thing.
And if you know your Thing and don't know what to do with it, or what NEXT to do with it, be OK with not knowing. It will come. You'll get asked to do something, you'll be contacted by just the right person or you'll just 'have' that idea that will let you know.
The more you look for it, the less likely it is that you'll find it
It's like shopping for that perfect outfit or the ideal gift - it's not often that you find it when you go on a 'hunting' mission to track it down. But when you're just 'out' you might notice it (which is how I've learnt to buy all dresses as and when I see them NOT when I need a new one!).
It's all about allowing and while it can seem frustrating at first if you're not used to it, after a while you start to feel it, and get how it 'just happens'.
I'm not saying just sit back and expect everything to fall in your lap (although of course that would be nice!). But I am saying don't 'force' anything. Just like I always recommend you do 'your' marketing - which is an extension of how you like to communicate and not what you think you 'should' be doing (which is often forced out). You still need to do something!
Just get that energy of allowing, of setting it up so the next step can happen, then being OK with not knowing exactly how it's going to come in next.
See what happens.
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