So, if you’re thinking about starting a business, that’s awesome! But you might be a little scared and not sure if you can muster up the courage to actually follow through.

You might even feel a little bit like the cowardly lion in The Wizard of OZ.

cowardly lion - Overcoming your fears and launching your dream business

I totally get it; starting something new can be scary and overwhelming. Don’t worry; you’ve got this!

First of all, let’s tackle those fears head-on. What’s holding you back? Is it the unknown financial situation or lack of confidence in your idea? Once you understand what’s bothering you, it’s easier to come up with a plan to overcome those fears.

One of the best ways to build courage is to have support from others. Consider hiring a coach or mentor who’s been there, done that. Having someone to turn to for advice and support can be a game-changer when starting a business.

And let’s be real; failure is a part of the journey. Even the most successful entrepreneurs have failed multiple times before hitting it big. Instead of being afraid of failure, embrace it as an opportunity to learn and grow. And don’t be afraid to take calculated risks!

Lastly, don’t forget why you started this journey in the first place. Whether it’s pursuing a passion, making a positive impact, or financial independence, keep your end goal in mind and stay focused on it.

Need some extra support and encouragement for overcoming your fears? Philippians 4:13 is a great verse to remember when you’re feeling self-doubt.

And if you’re looking for a support group, I’d love to invite you to join Empowering Women. You’ll find all the support you need and surround yourself with like-minded women who will cheer you on every step of the way as you launch your dream business.

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Overcoming your fears and launching your dream business