EP. 16: Permission to be Audacious with Sarah Murphy

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Welcome back to the Rebel Maker Podcast. Today’s guest is Sarah Murphy and we are talking all about taking up space and being audacious in your business.

Sarah is an educator, clarity coach, and business strategist. She has a master's degree in business and has built multiple six-figure businesses. She consistently delivers unparalleled results for each of her clients through mentorship, education, and group coaching. The value, education, and wisdom she provides is just off the chain.

We discuss marrying work and play, creating a safe space for your creativity to thrive, embracing failure, and so much more. There is so much gold in this episode, you’re not going to want to miss it.

In this episode:

  • [02:30] Sarah’s journey of “a million pivots”
  • [10:16] Marrying work and play
  • [18:12] Creating a safe space through failure
  • [22:18] Personal growth through fiction reading
  • [26.19] The major issue preventing people from becoming six-figure earners
  • [32:57] The importance of following up with potential clients (even when you feel vulnerable)
  • [37:18] Embracing failure as a necessary step toward success

Noteworthy quotes from this episode:

“My zone of genius is never taking myself so seriously that I feel beholden to a path.”

“When we can get ourselves to a place of physiological and psychological, emotional and mental safety, the world is a stage. And it’s all play. And there’s really very little danger involved with most of what we do.”

“If you don’t feel safe on a daily basis you’re probably not very creative, which to your author listeners, that’s a big deal. Because creativity is where a lot of writing comes from.”

“Attention is the currency of the 21st century. It’s not money. Money is there, but money follows attention.”

“One thing anybody gets out of this podcast, it’s the permission to be audacious. Be big, take up space, because that’s the literal thing that’s going to change your business career.”

“Failure is inevitable on the journey to success.”


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