The more complicated your business becomes, and the more you scale your growth, the more you could operate outside of your comfort zone.
As you grow to new levels of success, don’t be surprised if you encounter new upper limits. An Upper Limit, a term coined by Gay Hendricks in his book, The Big Leap, kicks in when your unconscious mind feels it hit the top of what feels good to achieve. Think of it like the limiter on your car’s gas pedal, once you hit this limit, and because you don’t fully believe you can have more, you might just start sabotaging your next level of success.
I’ve hit these upper limits many times, and you should if you are growing and evolving in your business. What you do when you hit these new limits can make or break your chance of bigger success. Listen in on Amplify Your Success Podcast episode 208 as I share how to recognize your Upper Limit when you hit it, and how to dismantle those limits so you can continue to grow.
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- How Gay Hendrick’s term, Upper Limiting, could be a game-changer for any business owner
- Key symptoms of an entrepreneur that is hitting their upper limits, but not realizing the impact.
- What over-efforting, over-working, or over-delivering is telling you about your upper limit
- Why getting sick or hurt just after a big win could mean you have a “fear of success”
- Five things to do to dismantle your Upper LImit so it no longer holds you back
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