3 Cases of The Visibility Wound™ in Action | Intuitive Business Woman

I recently got the opportunity to wrestle with one of my BIG self-limiting belief patterns, when it reared up in my business these last few weeks.

It reminded me once again that any entrepreneur who can master their demons is an entrepreneur who will be successful in business. Because the things that really stop us – our greatest obstacles – are the ones inside ourselves.

To demonstrate that you and I aren’t the only ones who suffer from Visibility issues, I invited two of my colleagues, Christina Morassi and Donna Cravotta, to have a live video chat with me about how the Visibility Wound™ shows up for them in their businesses – and how they get past it.

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In our live Blab chat, Christina shared that when she’s experiencing a Visibility Wound™ flare-up, she reacts by dimming her light, in order to make room for others.

“Who am I to hog all the spotlight?” Christina would think to herself. “Others have as much if not more to offer than I do.”

Donna, who spent the first 2 decades of her career as a legal secretary and then as a VA, retreats behind her computer screen when Visibility gets to be too much for her.

Donna’s Visibility Wound™ says to her, “I’m not a front man; I’m the woman behind the curtain – running the show, but never being seen.”

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In my case, lack of Visibility meant my email newsletter had stopped going out on schedule; I hadn’t published any new content; and I’d been procrastinating on launching the new marketing campaign I’d planned for my online group mentorship program.

In other words, I was withdrawing from the people who need me, and who want to hear my message.

Do you do that? Do you withdraw from the people who most need and want you, when you’re feeling unworthy, insecure or afraid?

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