Is Fear Holding You Back From Launching Your Business?

Do you know one of the biggest reasons why most black women will NEVER launch their business, no matter how much they say they want to?

Yep, you guessed it.


Fear can prevent you from putting yourself out there so you can attract clients and customers.

Fear can keep you stuck in a job you hate for much longer than you need to.

Fear can make you doubt yourself and your ability to achieve your goals and dreams.

Fear can derail you from going after opportunities that could completely transform your life.

But what are you really afraid of?

Is it a fear of FAILURE?

Or is it actually a fear of SUCCESS and what your life could be like if you truly gave yourself a chance?

Picture this…

You wake up on a Monday morning, make a cup of tea, and go into your home office.

You open your laptop.

You log in to Gmail to check your email, and you’re immediately filled with gratitude.

There are 11 unread emails in your inbox from Paypal with the subject: “Notification of payment received.”

You’re excited to see all the overnight sales from new customers along with praise about your product!

“I love this, so helpful!”

“This is exactly what I’ve been looking for. Thank you!”

Next, you go check your iPhone.

You’ve got a voicemail from a conference organizer asking about being the keynote speaker for their upcoming event in Las Vegas.

You open your LinkedIn inbox and you see a message from a potential client asking about your coaching services.

You write a new blog post, hit “publish” and then leave to meet a friend for lunch at your favorite restaurant.

After lunch, you come home and get on Skype for 2 consulting calls with new clients in the afternoon.

And before you end work for the day, you log on to the American Airlines website and book a first class flight for your upcoming trip to Paris.

This can be for real.

Because when you get out of your own way and take action in spite of the fear, this is what’s possible:

  • Launching and running a profitable online business that brings in MORE money than your 9 to 5 job
  • Being able to quit your job and live life on your own terms
  • Having the freedom to work from anywhere in the world – on the beach or in your beautiful home office!
  • Creating your own schedule, waking up when you want to and working the hours that are best for YOU
  • Traveling whenever and wherever you want instead of having to beg your boss to let you take vacation days
  • Waking up each morning to payments from people buying your products and services while you sleep!

So again, I ask you:

What are you really afraid of?

Is it a fear of FAILURE?

Or is it actually a fear of SUCCESS and what your life could be like if you truly gave yourself a chance?

The good news is…you don’t have to allow fear to keep you from manifesting your vision to be your own boss.

You can choose to feel the fear and launch your business anyway so that you can experience the lifestyle of your dreams and leave a legacy for others.

We’ll be talking about overcoming fear and how you can change your mindset in 2017 during our annual event for black women entrepreneurs – the Launch Your Business LIVE 3-Day Boot Camp being held April 7-9 in New Orleans!

If you’re ready to start getting PAID to do what you love so that you can quit your job, create your dream lifestyle and finally have the freedom to travel and work from anywhere in the world, then join me and more than 100 black women leaders for a transformational weekend in the Big Easy.

At the event, you will learn a step-by-step process that will show you exactly how to build a profitable, freedom-based business with multiple income streams, including: freelancing, consulting, speaking, training and facilitation, coaching and mentoring, online workshops and courses, books and ebooks, physical products, blogging and podcasting or even hosting your own live events and retreats!

Click here to learn more and register for the event:

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