We can accomplish anything.
My clients, friends and family hear me say it all the time.
And I firmly believe it to be true.
But if it is in fact true, why are so many people and businesses struggling?
Well, that’s a complicated question. And every person and business is different, for sure.
Every single person has unlimited potential. But part of the problem is…
They don’t truly believe it.
People want to believe it.
But we all have beliefs that are so ingrained…
So hard-wired into our brains that we end up doing things that can really hold us back.
We listen to self-limiting beliefs.
There are things each of us tells our self that holds us back.
We deal with feelings and thoughts from past experiences that keep us from even getting to the place of wanting to make changes and accomplish our goals.
We tell our self we’re not smart enough, lucky enough, strong enough, good-looking enough, or that we don’t have what it takes to accept success in our life.
I call B.S.
You are a special and unique entrepreneur. You are the only one of you in this world.
You may not be like another entrepreneur that you admire, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t do everything you want to do in your business.
You deserve success. You deserve to live the life you want to live.
The fear of failure and public reaction.
We’re afraid to fail, but more than that, we’re afraid to look bad.
We’re terrified of others thinking of us as failures more than actually failing.
Failure is a part of a business and sometimes we need to failure.
Failure shouldn’t be an ending event. It should be an opportunity to learn and grow.
In the end, who cares what people think?
Their opinion is not important in the grand scheme of things and won’t put any more money in your pocket.
You can read more reasons people don’t accomplish their business goals over at Entrepreneur.
The reality is that going at it alone in business is hard. It makes business harder than it has to be.
Over and over I see that one of the biggest things I help my clients with (besides fixing major issues within their organization) is their mindset.
Sometimes all it takes is simply being reassured that you’re on the right path.
So I compiled some of my insights and wisdom from all my years in business for you: