Are You Honoring Your Gifts?

by LMckEnzie94 on September 10, 2012

Each of us has divinely unique gifts and talents bestowed upon us, just waiting to be expressed. I call mine, my divine mission, or the highest expression of my soul. Some of us take longer than others to come into full resonance with our missions, and others find a way to express them much quicker, but I believe each of us came here to do just that. If you’re reading this article, chances are you came to express your mission through entrepreneurship.

As if it wasn’t hard enough to figure out our divine missions (something I help clients with all the time) to be successful, we then have to find a way to offer them up to the world, in an appealing package. Not just any package mind you, but one that solves a particular pressing problem for our ideal client. Sheesh!

Once we’ve got all that together, we’re off to the races, right? Not so fast! There’s one little niggling thing that MUST be in place if we’re going to be a success and that’s our money mindset. You may not have thought of this before but to truly honor your gifts, you have to have a money mindset that supports you and your goals.

So many of the spiritual entrepreneurs I coach struggle with:

  • Self-doubt and unworthiness
  • Undervaluing themselves and their gifts resulting in undercharging for the awesome transformations they provide
  • Pushing away, of holding lucrative opportunities at bay

Each of these is a way of dishonoring our gifts and when we remember that our gifts are divinely inspired, well, it’s downright blasphemous.

So how DO you break through these so you can make great money doing what you love? Here are 3 tips to help you honor your gifts, so you can step into the thriving business you deserve.

1. Learn the true value and impact of your offerings
The best way to do this is by looking at the greater impact your offerings have on the lives of your clients, and their families. You will be very surprised if you go deep with this exercise; I promise it will give you a whole new concept of your value.

2.    Learn to charge what you’re worth
Undercharging is the biggest way in which spiritual solopreneurs dishonor their gifts. If you were working for someone else, you’d be paid well by them, and they’d be charging their clients well for your services, so why wouldn’t your divinely unique gifts and talents be worth as much?

3.    Open to the universal opportunities that were divinely created for you
If you spot an opportunity, or one randomly drops in your lap, you are ready for it. Period! There are no buts. You may have to hustle your butt to make it happen, but that’s when the breakthrough and magic happens.

It is my wish that each of you step into a place of expressing your divine gifts in a way that is both lucrative and honoring of your worth and value.

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