Melyssa Griffin teaches online courses and workshops for entrepreneurs and bloggers who want to grow an audience, start an online business, and change the freakin' world. She also hosts a podcast called Pursuit With Purpose.
Welcome back to Limitless Life™! I adore all of the coaching episodes I do on this podcast, but it’s really helpful when I know the person who I’m coaching. It makes it so much easier to go deeper faster, and today’s guest is somebody who I’ve gotten to know pretty darn well. Beck is a member of my Level I Mastermind and I’ve gotten to know her in person (even hugging her pre-Covid!), as well as interacting with her often on our group calls. This episode is juicy because we dive into the heart of what is going on in Beck’s life that brought her to this coaching call. She has a company that has made huge strides and achieved things she didn’t think was even possible just a few months ago, but she’s noticing a scarcity mindset creeping in. You’ll hear how Beck has great weeks with a lot of sales, and then some weeks with nothing, so she is wondering how she can feel better about her entrepreneurial journey. We talk about scarcity, how our partners influence our business, the evidence we can look for to determine if we’re successful or not (and what “success” even means), and so much more. Spoiler alert, but business can be easy, simple and beautiful, and Beck brings up a lot of universal themes in this call that I’m sure you can relate to as well.
Today’s topic is a question I get all the time on Instagram, by email and from people in my mastermind groups, which is why I really wanted to record a podcast episode about it. In fact, this very thing may be holding you back in your business and in the ways that you can impact people. I’m going to talk about the desire to make your work accessible, and as a result, you underpricing your products or services to so that your ideal customers can afford them. Have you been stuck in the same pricing structure you’ve been at for awhile now? If this sounds like you, then you’re going to want to listen to this episode. As always, I thank you for listening and I would love to hear your thoughts. DM me on Instagram, @melyssa_griffin, and let me know the impact that you’re going to be able to create from this new place of true generosity in your business!
Today I have an amazing interview with Sylvester McNutt, who I actually met through Instagram where he has a half a million followers (or more)! I was so struck by a video that he posted on healing and how to be with people who are in pain, that I just knew I had to invite Sylvester to be a guest on this podcast. In this conversation we cover a lot of different things, including why having boundaries is so valuable for healing, how to truly feel your feelings without just bypassing them, and the way to start questioning things in order to develop your own mindset on the world. If you haven’t heard of Sylvester, he’s an author of many books, a creator of online courses and all the things to help you heal yourself, and he is someone who does all this from a place that feels relatable and easy to digest (and understand)!
The past month has felt like a pivotal turning point in the fight for racial justice, especially for Black lives. But hey, I don't have to tell you that, right? You've seen anti-racism authors topping the New York Times Bestseller lists for weeks. You saw your Instagram feed decked out in black squares for #BlackoutTuesday. And you might have even made it to a protest in your city. But roughly one month after George Floyd's murder, my company and I are asking ourselves, what else? How do we keep this movement going after social media has moved on? While buying an anti-racism book or sharing a post on Instagram is moving in the right direction, it is decidedly not enough. This episode will outline our commitment to social justice and the Black Lives Matter movement, and will detail actionable ways that we will prioritize anti-racism moving forward. You're welcome to use this plan within your own company or for your personal use. Let's dive in!