Do you ever get overwhelmed, frustrated or feel stuck? So often I hear from clients that they are stuck in a style rut. They feel like what they are wearing is:
- too casual
- oversized and shapeless
- all black and blah
I hear from women, and clients, that they want a wardrobe they love and feel confident in but shopping for clothes is not fun. In fact, it’s super stressful so they stick to what they have. Sometimes even though they feel overlooked and invisible and are ready for style re-invention they have no clue where to begin or how to get unstuck.
If I am honest, for the last two weeks I have been stuck in overwhelm. I am trying to implement a new CRM and it’s SUPER overwhelming. I want to move forward but I am not tech savvy and struggle with how to get unstuck. Tech is not my zone of genius so I get overwhelmed and I shut down. As a result, other pieces of my business are grinding to a halt and the negative energy is heavy.
There is a part of me that says I “SHOULD” be able to figure it out. The same part of me says, “Heck, I am smart, capable, able bodied and I would like to save money.” The reality is, I am all of those things and more BUT…it’s not my zone of genius. Being tech savvy is not where my talents are so I put on my “big girl panties” and decided to ask for help. The key to getting unstuck is asking for help. Now that I have taken those steps I can see a light at the end of the tunnel and I am hopeful.
I realized today that this is how most of my clients feel. As women we tell ourselves, I “SHOULD” be able to:
- clean out my closet
- shop for new clothes
- coordinate outfits
Here is the reality though, style is not their zone of genius, it’s mine. My clients are financial advisors, speakers, lawyers, moms, insurance agents, caregivers, office managers, volunteers, cpas, speakers, coaches, and more! My clients are successful and capable women but they were stuck and wanted to get unstuck so they reached out. They asked for help, like I did today. Are you ready to get unstuck? I am here to help. Reach out.
Such a great analogy, Elisa! Thanks for sharing!
Thank you so much!