Getting comfortable and confident talking about your pet business

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When you start a business or even if you’ve been running it for some time, talking about what you do can be challenging.

There are all kinds of reasons why, as an entrepreneur, you might feel lacking in confidence when it comes to self-promotion.

In this podcast episode, I’m talking about the importance of becoming comfortable and confident when it comes to sharing how you support your customers and clients.

And exploring what confidence is, and providing some simple strategies to help build it, because if you’re not visible, your potential clients are going to go elsewhere.

If you’d like to learn more about this, I’m going to be hosting a free Confidence Building Workshop on Thursday, August 31st at 7pm on Zoom.

To register, head to this link: https://publicityforpetbusinesses.mykajabi.com/confidence-workshop

What to expect from this episode:

Why it’s vital to feel comfortable talking about how you serve your customers so people who need what you offer can find you (1.51)

How using your ‘why’ and the reason why you started your business can boost your confidence (2.57)

The challenges pet business owners face when it comes to feeling comfortable and confident sharing their work (9.53)

Worrying about what people will think (10.05)

Imposter syndrome (13.31)

Not being sure what to say (15.11)

Being overwhelmed with ‘all the things.’ (16.13)

Lack of engagement (17.29)

How showing what you know can make you feel more confident (18.19)

Your inner newshound and how to channel it (21.45)

Looking for the evidence when it comes to feeling under-confident (22.56)

Why it pays to have a ‘win’ folder to capture moments that will give you a boost (25.56)

The importance of surrounding yourself with people who believe in you and want you to succeed (27.21)

Where can you go when you want to feel good? (29.24)

’You are filled with doubt about the magic inside you, but it’s all I see’ – Tyler Knott-Gregson (32.12)

Further information on the workshop (32.49)

FREE Confidence Building Workshop

Would you like to feel more confident talking about how you support your furry clients and their families

Come along to this free workshop at 7pm on August 31st, 2023 and get more comfortable with self-promotion.

Save your space here:

https://publicityforpetbusinesses.mykajabi.com/confidence-workshop

Further reading/listening if you enjoyed this episode:

Ways to overcome criticism from people in your industry

Why you should create content for your clients and not other pet businesses

If you’re not visible, who misses out?

Creating meaningful content with Aileen Stevenson

Feeling more confident talking about your work with Osmaan Sharif

Can imposter syndrome be your friend with Nicola Kinnard-Comedie

Why every pet business owner needs a ‘win’ folder

Navigating controversy in your pet business

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