Are you guilty of holding on to things just a little too long? We’re not just talking about those jeans from high school — we’re talking about the big stuff: Jobs, negative relationships, and even other people’s expectations of you. Maybe even your expectations of yourself.
We all want to level up in some way, whether that means taking on a side hustle so you can build your empire, hiring on an assistant, or finally getting coaching for that big scary dream you’ve got. But we’ve all got baggage that just keeps weighing us down.
The good news is: you can let it go. And we are gonna help you figure out how in this episode of Worth It (we promise, there is no Frozen sing-a-long in this episode).
This episode dives into what it means to let go of something, especially when it’s hard or emotional. It also explores how to let go of something that’s not necessarily bad, like that job you used to love or that client who helped you get it all started.
But most of all, this episode highlights how to let go and how to quiet the anxious, fearful voices in our heads that tell us to “Play it safe” and to not leave our comfort zone. After all, that’s what letting go is — stepping out of your comfort zone and into something new.
In this episode of the Worth It Podcast, we give our tips for how to let go. While it may take time to make the leap, we think these tools will help you prepare for it. These tips include how to:
By using these worksheets, people who are ready to finally let go of whatever is holding them back can get to work. Don’t know what’s holding you back, but know you’re not reaching your potential?
These worksheets can help you by diving into:
In the episode, there’s also a great tip for those who have multiple revenue streams. This profit analysis tool will help you see which revenue stream or client is really worth the time and effort — and which ones may not be working for you anymore.
Using these two worksheets and the profit analysis tip shared in the episode, you’ll be able to get a really good picture of what you need to let go of (what doesn’t serve you anymore) and how to move into taking that next big step.
But you don’t have to do it alone.
When one of us steps forward and starts to blaze a new trail, we set an example for all of the others who are hesitating. People like Danny Meyer, the founder of Shake Shack, are great examples of what happens when you just let. it. go. We’ve also had to let go of things to move our lives (and business) forward. We share Danny’s story, as well as some insights on what we’re letting go of in 2019, in this episode.
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