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40 The Top 12 HSE Shadows

September 26, 2018  |  Posted by Heather Dominick

HSE Shadows on Business Miracles

In order to reach the next level of your business as a Highly Sensitive Entrepreneur, it’s important to understand what Heather refers to as your HSE Shadows, how to identify this shadow behavior, and how to shift these shadows into your HSE Strengths.

Our first reaction to these HSE Shadows is often to push them away, avoid them, or ignore them altogether. While this might work for the short-term, our long-term health and our business suffers, and the solution might be something you don’t expect. Listen in as Heather shares the top 12 HSE Shadows she’s identified, the ways they impact your business growth, and how to manage them in the day-to-day of your business.

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The key is, as an HSE, my intention I wish for you is that we are more than surviving, but we’re actually able to be in our business and our lives in a way that is thriving.” – Heather Dominick

Show Notes:

  • Why it’s important to understand that we are born Highly Sensitive and that we do not grow into it
  • How the nervous system is affected in being a Highly Sensitive person
  • Why we need to work with our HSE shadows instead of against them
  • Why starting your own business is an important tool for growth for HSE’s
  • The reason why many of the top HSE shadows go hand in hand
  • How to befriend these difficult feelings and emotions

Going into the shadow state is the first step of what takes us out of being able to create the next level in our business.” – Heather Dominick

The Top 12 HSE Shadows:

  1. Perfectionism
  2. Procrastination
  3. Overwhelm/Overwork
  4. Overprotection
  5. Analysis Paralysis
  6. Shame
  7. People Pleasing
  8. Self Critical
  9. Judgmental of Self
  10. Judgmental of Others
  11. Health Issues
  12. Over-Responsibility

Our business is our portal for growth, expansion, and evolution, meaning your business is your primary tool of learning.” – Heather Dominick

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