About Kylie Patchett
Your guide to Making Friends With Fear
Not that long ago I was exactly where you are now. I was just starting out as an entrepreneur, I had passion and drive, but I lacked the deep-down-in-my-bones kind of self-belief that I would ever have what it takes to succeed.
I remember seeing hugely successful people killing it online and thinking there is just no freaking way I could ever get to that level of success.
In fact, in my first year of business I made a measly $12,000. I had no idea how to get noticed online, and I was so unsure of myself that I stayed small, played safe, and in the process, ended up completely stuck.
Fast-forward four years later, with some deep soul searching, a few formal qualifications, and a LOT of trial and error under my belt, and well, my life looks pretty darn different these days.
I run a global online enterprise, I work smack bang in my zone of genius with clients I adore. I make healthy cash doing work that not only lights me up, but also shines mega watts on everyone around me.
It’s my mission, and absolute pleasure, to share with you all the juice I’ve learnt about mastering the mind to create the kind of business and life you never thought was possible. Mindset work has not only helped shape who I am today, I’ve had the honor of using it to completely transform the lives of hundreds of gorgeous gal clients who continue to take giant leaps ahead.
Looking back to when I first started out online, I realise the issue was not my lack of skills compared to other more successful entrepreneurs; it was the GAP between my mindset and theirs.
Or put another way, they had way more self-belief than I did.
Self-mastery is about being able to bridge the gap between where you are now and where you want to be without fear or resistance getting in your way. Wait! Read that last sentence over again, would you honey…and this time really take it in, and let it marinate.
I want you to understand the full power of that sentence because it’s absolutely fundamental to everything I teach. Ok, got it? Right then…
I’ll show you how to bridge that gap.
Now, if you need something a little less casual, here’s the fancy-pants formal version in the very serious third person…