Overcoming Fear of Failure with Stephanie Heller

This week on Vibrant Life Allies, I am joined by business and life coach Stephanie Heller. Stephanie built and operated a very successful personal chef business for 11 years prior to becoming a business and life coach.

As a coach, she helps others build their confidence and address self limiting mental beliefs that hamper budding entrepreneurs. She explains how she helps clients overcome fear of failure, fully committing to yourself and both their business and personal goals. I certainly enjoyed having Stephanie on and learned a lot myself in the process!

Highlights

  • Importance of self coaching when building confidence

  • Coaching self confidence and why “failing forward” is ok

  • Teaching clients to learn what commitment is and sticking to a goal

  • The need to verify your business idea to the public before launching

  • Trusting your instincts when starting your business

Thank you for tuning in this week with another amazing guest. If you’re enjoying the show, please leave us a review and share with a friend. Thanks for listening!

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Stephanie's Website

Business in Balance FB Page

The Profit Lounge FB Group

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