The 3 things that sabotage your message getting out

What is it that is sabotaging you from effectively getting your message out to the world? You know what the world needs, you’ve likely personally experienced the benefits and you are an expert at what you do. But, when it comes to sharing what you do with others there seems to be a barrier between you and getting your message out to the world.


Here I share with you the most common reasons I come across when working with clients that holds them back from sharing their message.



Do you ever hear yourself saying one of these three things:

  • I’m not clear on my message

  • I’m not sure what to say

  • I don’t get enough engagement

If you answered yes to any of the above, keep reading to dig a little deeper and find your way out of these three traps.

1. I’m not clear on my message

What this usually means is that there is an underlying fear or concern that your message isn’t perfect.


You’re off the hook because there is no such thing as getting your message perfect or right.

Yes, of course there is an art form to messaging and I can go on for literally days to share so many details about messaging. But, you should never stop speaking your truth and sharing your wisdom with the world.


People and your potential clients are interested in you and what you have to say. The most important remedy here is to keep talking about what you believe in.


The only way to refine your message is to keep talking about your message. You may think you are being repetitive and that is the point about messaging.


Here is my golden tip on getting some clarity and focus around knowing what your message is, and keeping it simple.

Tip 1: Write a list of topics you believe in and feel you want to share with others

Tip 2: Do some searching online on these topics and see what others have to say

Tip 3: While researching your topics write down what your unique perspective is, what do you have to say that is different or even the same

a rising tide lifts all ships

Do that thinking and that research and you will gain some clarity on your message.