You're hard working, intelligent, savvy and you're making a success of your business or consultancy.
'Success' right now means that people recognise you as being good at what you do, and you're making some money, but truth be told you've not got the recognition, or rewards that you'd really like.
You'd like to be able to help more people, but scaling without diminishing the intimacy you've created, or burning yourself out seems impossible.
You'd like to up-level without having to work even harder.
You crave support, (that doesn't cost an arm and a leg, and that isn't prescriptive!)
You're committed to your personal and business development.
You've been to live events, done courses, trainings, and read all the books - (learning new stuff, understanding new concepts and getting the work done has never been your issue, taking time out, relaxing - doesn't come as easy.)
You're far from lazy, you're a doer, a hard worker. You're conscientious.
The thing is that even though things are going well, and you've created momentum - you still feel like a misfit, or an outsider and in order to be an influencer in your industry you need to do something different.
What got you here, won't get you there.
And you're not sure who to trust.
I know that feeling well, and left unchecked it causes physical exhaustion, emotional fatigue and a spiritual despondency that creeps up on you until even though you 'shouldn't be' - you're depressed.
Not all the time, but you can feel the murkiness.
It lurks just beneath the surface and rears its head when you get extra busy or stressed by a deadline and is especially present when you then start to think about doing more, to increase your reach, capacity or visibility.
You want to help more people and have a greater impact... But not if its going to cost you your health and wellbeing, or freedom.
I used to be there, and l'm here to tell you that there is another way...
It IS possible to grow without destroying what you've already created!
There IS a way of being impeccable at what you do, whilst also having time for you.
Your issue isn't actually about doing more, it is about developing yourself as a leader and learning how to scale what you do with a business model that is consistent and dependable.