Death of the Entitled Princess

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A digital strategist and transformation catalyst, merging a decade of corporate systems mastery with a profound journey of self-discovery. From navigating the high-stakes world of banking to making waves in high-ticket affiliate marketing, I'm now dedicated to empowering entrepreneurs through strategic digital innovations. 

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No longer will she rule the show

So recently I’ve been noticing how much I don’t show up for myself in biz because I’ve been holding this air of entitlement.

Born from an “I’ve done all that before, I don’t want to have to get dirty and do it all again” attitude.

Like when I was building my affiliate business. I didn’t grow to $10k then $50k months by sitting around doing nothing. I worked hard. I put in the hours making connections, messaging people, creating content every day.

Then, I learnt how to automate and leverage systems. And that’s kinda what damaged me.

Everything became sooo easy.

I could go offline for a week and come back to thousands of dollars in automated sales. I had bots messaging people, programs repurposing my content, funnels, 100 day email sequences and the best part.. sales coaches doing the selling for me. All I had to do was get people to sign up for a free trial and everything else was handled.

In fact, it was such a well oiled system that I had my best month ever when I was offline camping for 3 of those weeks and every time we got to reception I’d open my inbox to another $10k commission. It was nuts.

But… it was all too good to be true. The company was taken down and we all lost our income overnight.

Instagram started cracking down on automation programs and my lead generating machine disappeared.

I no longer had anything to sell and didn’t feel confident enough to create anything of my own.

So rather than go hard at rebuilding…

I became the petulant, bratty princess.

Let’s be honest…

Even this photoshoot was more about getting my own creative needs met than conveying what it actually is to be a tech witch.

It’s also why the Tech Witch path was so appealing.. it’s so much easier to be behind the scenes in someone else’s business than trying to push something of your own.

Thankfully I had those skills because that made me an asset to many other business owners who have amazing offers but don’t love doing the systems stuff themselves.

So the Tech Witch was born and I was able to make a great living for myself supporting others to spread their messages into the world.

And that’s been great. But I reached my limit, I couldn’t keep up with the work that was coming in. There’s way more leaders that need help and I didn’t have enough time in the day to be able to serve them all.

So building Tech Witch School has been the natural progression.

I finally do have something I’m confident in and want to share with the world.

But because I’ve had the experience of sales being so easy in the past, I’ve had this part of me that hasn’t wanted to go back and do the groundwork of starting at the beginning, even though I know it’s what works.

I’ve been wanting the funnels and systems and team and automation NOW. And even though I know how to create it, I’m not at the point where I’ve got all the things I need to do that yet. I’ve been trying to jump 10 steps ahead and over complicate things, rather than start with the basics.

So it’s time to stop letting the bratty princess run the show, and let myself get a little dirty in the arena.

Death of the entitled princess

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