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7 Ways to Overcome the Fear of Success
In this week’s episode, we venture into the fear of success. Now, at face value, you might be thinking: “who would be afraid of success? Isn’t that what we’re all seeking?” Yet, if you dig a little deeper, perhaps you’ve experienced it too. It’s that nagging fear of “will I be able to handle this? What if I get trolls? What if it’s too much responsibility? What if my life changes in a significant way? And, what if I don’t like it?” This week, I’m figuring it out because it’s been what’s on my mind lately.
The 2 Types of People You Should Take Advice From
That is question. And in this week’s episode, that’s what we’re exploring. Whenever you’re on the verge of something new, big, or cool, the peeps around you tend to give you their opinion. “Are you really sure you want to do that? Will that even work? What if you fail?” So, the real question is: do you listen to their input or not? Look, I’ve had my fair share of odd endeavors over the years or unconventional life choices. (Read: quitting my 9-5 before starting it, moving to San Francisco with nothing but a dream, and re-inventing myself a zillion times). And, believe me: all sorts of folks wanna come outta the woodwork and offer me their unsolicited advice. So, this week, we’re figuring out how to navigate it together.
How to Go For the Big Dream You've Been Putting Off
What do you do with that long-held dream tucked inside of your heart? You know, that one you’ve put off for months (even years) now. I’m no stranger to that situation. Listen to the six practices I’m using in real-time as I go for my biggest, most heart-centered goal yet: my Netflix show.
How Imposter Syndrome Still Strikes (Even Though I'm a Published Author)
In this episode, I get real! (I mean, I generally try to keep it real with ya… but this time I’m really dishing the deets on what my inner critic has been saying). As you probably know, my first published book comes out this year. A five-year dream in the making. Something that’s topped the charts of my manifestation lists. Something that’s peppered my vision boards for as long as I can remember. And this year, it’s coming true. Seriously, pinch me! (Actually don’t — I don’t wanna wake up!) But, whenever you’re on the verge of something big, that imposter syndrome can creep up. Listen to this episode to hear how I’m navigating this negative voice in my head in real-time as I count down the days to pub day!
4 Ways to Energetically Step into Who You Wanna Become
In this episode of Kelly Trach Is Figuring It Out, we’re talking about how you sync up with your higher self. You know, that version of you that you visualize. So, how exactly do you match up with that in the present moment and project that same level of confidence and awesomeness? This week, I’m sharing a few strategies I’ve been using to ditch that self-doubt and go for gold.
How I Got Out of a 6-Month Creative Rut
In this episode of Kelly Trach is Figuring it Out, I’m figuring out how to get my creativity back. After handing in my manuscript for P.S. You’re A Genius I kinda ran out of steam. To be honest, I actually kinda just sat around for six months and did nothing. (Embarrassing, I know). I literally couldn’t touch the podcast mic to save my life or post a pic on the gram. I had no creativity, no energy, and definitely no pizzaz. Yikes. I was in a major rut — which isn’t good when your business pretty much depends on your creativity, energy, and pizzaz. So, this week, I talk about how I got out of my rut.