MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT MY MASTERMIND 🙈
A few people I've chatted with about the Next Level Mastermind have voiced they reallllly want to work with me and say YES to this experience, BUT they're concerned that it's going to be ALL inner work and not enough action taking.
From all my recent posts about energy, frequency, your container, and your capacity to receive, I can see where they're coming from, buuuuut it couldn't be further from the truth.
Here's the thing—
I LOVE action taking. I love geeking out over strategies. My clients love co-creating with me because I come up with the most innovative ideas that are totally unique to them, their personality, their goals, and their business model. There's no shortage of action steps for them to take when the time is right.
BUT... All the strategies, ideas, and actions aren't going to get you anywhere if you have limiting beliefs, negative patterns, low vibes, and self-sabotaging tendencies that are bringing you down.
That's why we're first going to spend time VISIONING, DREAMING and CLARIFYING what it is you truly desire to call in for 2019, and more specifically, the next 4 months (hint: this is not about what your past coach said you *should* be doing or what your biz bestie is planning for her year...this is about YOU and you only). Once we do that, we're NOT going to jump right into action.
This is where I see so many peeps getting tripped up and where I've gotten tripped up numerous times along the way.
As dreamers, visionaries, and quickstarts, we can have the tendency to have an idea and then want to immediately run with it. And while that CAN serve us, a lot of the time we're actually neglecting to look at the subconscious programs that are running the show and keeping us from achieving the goals we've set out for ourselves and from experiencing the reality we're dreaming up for ourselves.
If we dive straight into action after visioning, it often results in either:
1) Pouring SO much energy into our goal that we are left depleted and burned out in the initial stages
OR *WISDOM + MAGIC CONTINUED IN THE COMMENTS* 👇🏻
The (not so) secret to influence is knowing your audience, showing up where they are, and adding real value. That’s why psychiatrist Dr. Jessica Clemons, of @askDrJess
, captivates hundreds on her weekly Instagram live and in person at events featuring your favs in music, media, and fashion. Oh and there was that time she did a live therapy session on tv with @Cthagod
💪🏾. Read my latest @forbeswomen
article on why she thinks social media is the right place to have conversations about depression and anxiety and why you should go see a therapist, now ❤️
Article 🔗 in bio. #mentalhealth #selflove #selfcare #healing #bewell #askdrjess #forbeswomen
i talk to everyone here like we know each other in real life.
to me you are sis, beloved, and girrrllll. some of you call me your big sister, some call me your faux therapist.... but i don’t want to take for granted that y’all know me, know me. so, here’s a little introduction:
my profile didn’t lie. i am a brown girl from the projects. i lived in public housing for the 1st 17 years of my life. don’t let the college education, music awards, and peptalks fool you. still got a little hood in me- and i like it that way ✊🏾. if it were not for my childhood, i would not be the woman i am today. it inspired my hustle and gave me a story to tell, which is how i got started in personal development and mental wellness.
today i work as a published writer, speaker, and hype woman for other aspiring women. i teach people how to embrace the stories of their lives and use it to become better in life and make an impact in business.
now that we’ve met, you can join my private community, book a one-on-one session, hire me to write copy for your business, read one of my articles published across the internet (google me☺️,) or hire me to speak at your next event.
brand new nakeiahomer.com coming soon.
what’s your story?
introduce yourself in the comments👇🏾
♠️ Important lessons poker taught me about entrepreneurship ♦️
I don’t play as often anymore (there was a time I was playing in casinos regularly). And I wasn’t expecting to learn anything practical (I was playing to win 💰), but the lessons stuck with me and have been more and more relevant as I build my business.
Here are just a few of them👇🏽
♣️ Scared money don’t make money [Early on, I was better at tournaments because the money was already invested. It made me focus solely on playing the best game I could.]
♥️ There are zero guarantees. [You can have a great starting hand, you can play everything “right,” you can be the smartest & best at the table... and still lose it all.]
♦️You can always change your luck & improve your odds. [A smart bet, a good bluff, a lucky turn... You can overcome a “bad” hand, if you play it the right way.]
♣️ Being underestimated can be an advantage. [When you aren’t getting the respect you deserve, that’s when you make them pay 😉💰]
♠️ EQ > IQ [You end up playing the people more than the cards.]
♥️ Patience & strategic grinding wins the long game. [There’s no way around this one.]
What’s the most unexpected place you learned practical lessons from?