Hi! If we're biz besties, Instagram buddies, or fellow unicorn-lovin' colleagues, then wasssup and welcome back to the blog, babe!
If this is your first time seeing my name, well, let me catch you up.
I'm Heather Hartman Johnson, and I transitioned from being a Health Coach to a Visibility, Business & Confidence Coach in the early stages of my entrepreneurial career.
When I began this journey, I didn't really want to tell people what I was doing for the sake of being called a "fake" or a "fraud". Being a business owner in the online space had this weird, annoying stigma surrounding it.
To be honest, I was afraid to even ADMIT that I ran a business online. I worked in corporate America for 20+ years, and that was all I knew at the time. That's all a lot of people know...
Now, I realize that this is something so many people struggle with.
But visibility can be elusive. What does it really mean? Why do we need it?
Through my work, I've defined visibility as a way to be seen, to be heard, to show up in your life. Whether that be in your biz, your relationships, your mindset, and so on. It's the ability to be seen as your true, authentic self.
For me, getting visible meant being honest about where I was at and what I was doing at that point in my life.
Visibility is so important, but often times, we have a tendency to miss the mark.
This is something I'm so super passionate about. I realize now that my soul's work is to help women speak their truth while confidently showing the world what their doing with their dreams.
Visibility means not being afraid to go live or post a picture of yourself.
Visibility means unapologetically sharing your truth.
Visibility means never having to hide again.
Visibility means being vulnerable about your story.
This is what people want- it's what they need. They want to see vulnerable, honest, true, authentic, real, raw SHIT. They want to know you're human.
If I'm going to do business with you, be your colleague, or buy from you- I want to know that you have human stories just like the rest of us.
It's up to you to decide how visibility fits into your life.
If you're looking for support in this area, reach out. Maybe you're struggling with visibility in the midst of a new-found opportunity, or maybe you've been fighting it all your life. Either way, I can help. The world needs more of the real you.