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Episode 165: The Three A’s of Sustainable Visibility with Mai-Kee Tsang

Sustainable Visibility® Mentor Mai-kee Tsang shares what sustainable visibility looks like and why it’s essential to put protections in place to prioritize your well-being.

165: The Three A's of Sustainable Visibility with Mai-Kee Tsang

"Put yourself out there!" When it comes to growing your brand and your business online, this is the type of broad-brush advice you will likely come across. On the surface, it makes total sense because to grow our client base and build our impact, we need to be visible.

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“Put yourself out there!”

When it comes to growing your brand and your business online, this is the type of broad-brush advice you will likely come across. On the surface, it makes total sense because to grow our client base and build our impact, we need to be visible. The problem is, when the goal is simply to reach as many people as possible, we miss a lot of essential nuances – like safety and energetic alignment.

Today I’m thrilled to be joined by my friend, Mai-Kee Tsang, to learn more about her approach to creating frameworks around Sustainable Visibility®. Mai-kee is the Sustainable Visibility® Mentor, ICF-Certified Trauma-Conscious Leadership Coach, Podcast Guesting Strategist, and Speaker. She’s on a mission to amplify the voices of socially-conscious visionaries here to make a deeper difference to those they serve through an inclusive, equitable, and intersectional lens.

In this conversation, Mai-kee and I discuss her journey towards sustainable visibility, why it’s essential to put protections in place, the importance of establishing and maintaining personal boundaries in business, tools to help you figure out the best approach for you, and more. Mai-kee’s approach to sustainable visibility is a refreshing alternative to the urgency culture we’re so often bombarded with. I suspect you’ll get so much out of this conversation.

For your awareness, there is a content warning for today’s episode, as brief references are made to sexual abuse and eating disorders. If these are sensitive topics for you, please prioritize your well-being.

Topics covered

  • How Mai-kee helps small business owners and coaches with sustainable visibility
  • Mai-kee’s journey to reclaim her power and start her business
  • Milestones and growth through mentorship
  • The experiences that pointed Mai-kee in the direction of sustainable visibility
  • The power and overuse of projection in giving advice
  • Understanding the critical elements of sustainable visibility
  • The importance of safety, personal boundaries, and discerning who to associate with
  • The three A's model for accounting for your capacity in time and resources
  • How to apply the three A’s model to your visibilities strategies
  • Where to begin if you’re just starting on the path of sustainable visibility

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TRANSCRIPT

 

Well, hello, my friend. Welcome to the Coach with Clarity podcast. My name is Lee Chaix McDonough, I'm your host. And today I have a fantastic conversation to share with you, I had the good fortune of getting on the mic with my good friend and colleague, Mai-Kee Tsang. And Mai-Kee is known for her ability to create frameworks around sustainable visibility. Now we talk a lot about visibility because as small business owners as coaches, in order to grow our client base and build our impact, we need to be visible we need to be seen. But we need to make sure we're doing it in such a way that feels energetically aligned, so that we're not burning ourselves out or inadvertently sharing more than we're comfortable with. And that's actually something that Mai-Kee and I talk about during today's episode. I do want to provide a brief content warning there are two moments during our conversation where make a makes brief references to sexual abuse and eating disorders. No specific details are shared. They are brief references. But in the event that these topics are sensitive for you, I want you to be aware of that in advance so you can decide if and when to listen to this episode. I suspect you are going to get so much out of this conversation with Mai-Kee so why don't we get right into it. I hope you enjoy my conversation with Mai-Kee Tsang.

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