What is enough?

Today, we’re going to explore what is enough for you.

This topic of what is enough is something that often comes up with my private coaching clients, as well as in the Ultimate Career Bootcamp, and in my Savvy Success Mastermind.

We all have this question, how much money is going to be enough? How big do I want my business to be? For you to get deep and clear on this, I’m going to probe you with a couple of questions today.

You see, it is in our nature to want more, more, more, more, and more. We also live in a society that has taught us that more is better. But more isn’t necessarily going to fulfill you on that level that you think it will. That is why it’s crucial for you to get clear on what is enough for you.

A couple of ways that you can do this:

Firstly, in the financial department, you’ll want to reverse-engineer your budget. What you want to do here is include everything that you enjoy in your life and need to be happy. Maybe it’s some Pilates classes, and you also want to buy a house, and you like going shopping. Whatever it is that you want, start writing down the stuff that fills you with joy. You also want to start putting a price tag next to those things so that you can figure out, “Okay, this is exactly what is enough for me, and this is how much it will cost to fulfill me.”

Secondly, you’ll also want to stop comparing yourself to other people, because in doing that you might start to try to keep up with what it is that they have in their life. What they have isn’t necessarily going to be the stuff that makes you happy.

Lastly, it’s important for you to take inventory of the people and things in your life that are no longer serving you. And you want to start to clear yourself of stuff and people so that you can open up some space to allow new things and new experiences to flow into your life.

There it is, three easy steps that will help you to figure out what is enough for you.

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The Art of Saying No

“No,” – How do you say it in your business and to others? The first thing I tell my clients to do before they implement this is to get clear on what it is that you want in your life, your business, and your career.

When you know what it is that you want, it becomes easier to realize when you’re saying yes to things that are not serving you. And will help you to figure out what you should say no to and what you can say yes too.

A lot of us have a problem saying no to people because we don’t know how to do it. The other important thing that you have to start to practice how to say no to people. I’m going to teach you this quick, little tip that will help you to say no the next time someone asks you to do something that’s out of line with what is that you want to accomplish.

Are you ready?

The simple, little word is just simply, “No, thank you.”

Start practicing this with little things that you can say not to, because it is really hard if you’ve always been a peoples-pleaser and always said “yes” to everything, to all of a sudden start to lay down those boundaries for people.

How to start implementing “No Thank You.”

Start small. Next time someone offers you a coffee, and you don’t want a coffee, just say, “No, thank you;” or anything simple like that. Then you can slowly build up your resistance to saying no to bigger things.

And what you will find when you start saying no to people is that you actually create a whole bunch of space for things that you do want in your life. I guarantee that if you practice this magic-little-no-thank-you line enough, you are going to be a happier, more fulfilled and more relaxed person.
Now I’d love to hear from you: How do you get over the guilt of saying no to people? If you have recently started saying no or also have had an “Ah-ha” saying no to people, please remember to tell us about in the comments below, because we’d love to hear from you.

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