For our very first guest episode, we are thrilled to introduce you to our biz bestie: blog birther + brand healer, Nicole Bonsol. In this interview, we dive into the juicy topics of comparisonitis and crippling self-doubt.
This episode is perfect for you if you’ve found yourself falling into the trap of comparing yourself with others and struggling to find your lane + your voice in your business.
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HERE'S A SNEAK PEEK OF THE GOODNESS...
“Everyone compares themselves to the highlight reel without realizing it’s the highlight reel. That’s not real life 24/7.”
— Lindsey on comparison + social media
“What I’ve learned is that I will get through it. It’s temporary. And with support folks and friends and mastermind partners, that makes it a lot easier.”
— Nicole Bonsol on self-doubt
“If I can’t be guided internally, by my heart, then my only choice is to judge myself by these external metrics, like who’s out there, who’s doing what, let me follow them and look to them to figure out how they’re doing it.”
— Jenna on the pitfalls of comparisonitis
“You can sell with the same intention and feeling that you have when you’re helping someone and when you’re healing somebody.”
— Nicole Bonsol on selling + marketing with authenticity
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE...
- The ways comparisonitis shows up for Nicole in her business and how this has changed over time
- How to keep the comparisonitis monster at bay (Hint: It involves your support system.)
- The importance of finding your lane + your voice in your business
- What an inbox “cleanse binge” is and how it can help keep comparisonitis and self-doubt in check
- How to do regular authenticity pulse checks
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