How Do You Know When Enough… Is Enough?
How Do You Know When Enough… Is Enough?
Cameron McCarthy

How Do You Know When Enough… Is Enough?

There is such confusion that in order for something ~ a course, product, training, book, speech ~ to be powerful it has to take up as much of your time as possible.
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People often believe that no one will be engaged and sign up unless the offer includes a one-on-one call, tons of live Q&A time, and you spending your whole life in a FaceBook group.
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As a lifestyle designer and mentor, this has come up in so many places with clients this week!

Listen to me, Beauties. This is arrogant. And ridiculous. And will make it impossible to scale your business or help the people you are here to help.

This mindset will leave you recording and re-recording content, getting yourself all up in every person’s process and business, and feeling responsible for other people’s results.

Can you imagine if an author believed that in order for their book to be worthy, powerful, and transformational that they had to re-write it for each person???

And then get on the phone with each reader.

Seems… silly, doesn’t it?
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The POINT of digital offers is to help as many people as possible.
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You can’t personally talk to the millions of people who need your work all at once. It’s impossible.
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This is what I have to say to you about this:

1. Your time and your energy are absolutely, unequivocably sacred.
I could NOT support people in my paid offers and those viewing my free content, if I believed that each and every one of them needed direct continual access to me.

To remain in a place of wholeness, it’s not possible to have that many people pulling on me energetically.
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I learned years ago that it was required to disconnect the people from ME and connect them to the body of work.

And to model for others how to receive stability from anchoring into your own self, instead of anchoring into someone else.
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2. They don’t need YOU.
They need your energy, process, and understanding.

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These things can be contained inside a course, program, book ~ whatever your body of work is.
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The program is powerful. (Because you created it.)
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The program is the container.
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The process the program takes them through is what is needed.
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They don’t need ME; they need the content that the program contains.
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The transformation is in:

>> The process the course takes them through
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>> The energy and intentions that are contained in the course… and don’t forget the energy it was recorded in!
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>> The faith and dedication the student show up with.

3. What they need more than anything is their own belief.
I said this to a client just today: People sometimes get the entire transformation they need just from signing up.
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Sometimes people sign up believing ~ and that is the signal to themselves and the universe that they are going bigger.
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Sometimes people have an “ah-ha!” half way through module one and feel done with the course.
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Some people go through the course 12 times and have a revelation each time.
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I can not control what they do.
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It is my responsibility to make it easy to sign up.
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Once they do, it’s theirs to use as needed.
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I have no control over how someone chooses to utilise the content.
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I deliver the content I said I would.
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(And I do a lot that nobody sees.
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I meditate over the group. I hold space. I move energy.)
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My intention is this: Everyone will get what they need.
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But I’m not them. I’m not God. I’m not responsible for them.
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Or their process. Or their progress.
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All I can do is my part.

4. Let it be enough.
I have yet to re-record a course module.
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“Don’t you listen to it and think of more things you’d like to say?”
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No. Why would I torture myself in that way?
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And if I do feel there is more to say, I record a bonus or additional module.
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(It makes more sense to place a more advanced module at the end anyway, so that the course builds on the earlier concepts as people go through it.)
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To be clear, I do not add content to make it worthy.
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Or to make it good enough. Or to make me good enough.
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I add content to make it even better.
 
I believe in the process. I believe in the container.
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I believe in the energy it was recorded in.
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I believe in myself. I know I am enough.
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Hear me clearly on this, Beauties:
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Your creation is enough because you created it.
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Your creation is enough because of the energy you created it in.
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Your creation is enough because you know it is.
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It’s enough once you know it is.
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And, once again, you are not God. You are not other people. You are not responsible for how people choose to use things and are led to do things.
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And IF you want to help many people on a massive scale, you are going to have to let go of the idea that the transformation can ONLY be found in a one-on-one call with you.
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They need your energy, understanding, insight, processes, etc.
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And you can infuse the above into anything. Including recorded content.
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And let the content do what it was created to do.
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There is transformation in my FaceBook posts, on my Instagram page, on this blog, in my courses, etc.
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Because I know this I can serve heaps of people AT ONCE.
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And trust that each piece of content will do what it was created to.
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And that’s it. That’s enough.
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Notice how people show up expecting greatness + ready to do the work and receive when they are one-on-one with you.
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They have a lot of practice doing the above.
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However, HOW someone shows up to coaching or a course is not my responsibility.
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Conclusion: Stop making your life hard. Stop taking responsibility for other people’s choices.
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Your work is epic.
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Live Luscious,

Cameron

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