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Are You Afraid to Be Yourself?

I’m BACK! Me, myself, and I! When I first began looking into affiliate marketing, I began facing an identity crisis. 

I was motivated by the idea of being able to have an internet lifestyle and passive income, but I wasn’t looking to quite my day job. 

I was, and still am, happy in my career.  However, I just had too much on my plate and I wanted to be able to focus more time on family and personal health. 

However I had many fears about beginning internet marketing. What would my professional colleges think?  How would I handle judgment and rejection from complete strangers? What if I was not successful and lost more money that I could make?

However out of all those fears, the greatest was putting myself out there in the public eye.

I wasn’t ready to be my own “brand.” I thought I could sit behind the computer, faceless, and run the scenes from the back ground with my husband as the front man.

Having an internet business was never something I was passionate about but I knew it was the right step to take and for years something just kept hinting towards the idea.

The internet is not my passion however it is something I have confidence I can learn and be successful in utilizing. My initial goal when joining SFM (Six Figure Mentors),was to learn how to generate additional income to supplement my career work as I felt I was reaching my limit of what I could handle trading my time for money.

I often felt I just couldn’t fit all of life’s work challenges, family commitments and self care into a 24 hour period.  

Since then, I have learned so much!  The past few months as I have gone through hundreds of hours of SFM’s internet marketing and related books and info, I find myself realizing something invaluable.

I haven’t been just learning how to be successful with an internet business, but I have grown in finding my own identity, reflecting on what I can offer to the world outside of my career, and feeling more comfortable being me!

I am ready to revamp my business with my name and picture proudly representing my thoughts, videos, and opinions. I have a clearer idea of who I am as a“brand” and I am comfortable standing at the front with my husband’s support behind me.

This transformation is priceless and it would not have happened without the amazing support of the  SFM community.

I am grateful to be a part of such an amazing and motivating group of people who share in my values and integrity. What a huge personal growth experience I have been living these past few months.

I am ready to say “Here I am world!” and offer my heart and soul to my passion of helping others utilizing a new medium…the internet.

8 thoughts on “Are You Afraid to Be Yourself?

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  3. I wonder if listening to the healing vibrational music while falling asleep would be helpful?

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  4. I love how you put an emphasis on self care. That’s something I need to learn…. how to carve out space for me.

    1. That is so true, for all of us!

  5. Thanks for sharing your story! It is indeed very important to feel comfortable being yourself. When we can find that also in our job or business we’re very fortunate! Interesting topic!

  6. Great information! Thanks for sharing!

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