18 July 2022
Hey luv, Happy Monday!
Did you notice working with entrepreneurs around the world, we see that they sometimes limit themselves?
They say things like:
– It’s never been done this way
– I’d never reach that goal
– No one would buy this
Unfortunately, we tend to stain the future for entrepreneurs with their rear-view mirror experience.
You want to LEARN from past business mistakes, not LIMIT the future because of it.
When an opportunity arises to learn a new way of doing something — even if it’s been tried before — bear in mind that the market might have changed and that business or product might be back in demand, so your attitude might have to change, to suite the needs and wants of your customers.
That’s why I say: Don’t let the past stain the future. Let the past EMPOWER and ENLIGHTEN the future.
Use the experience to learn from it so you know what to expect, how to handle a yes as well as a no, and how to deal with the ups and downs can empower you.
So when all is said and done, and the dust settles and you’re staring at the sunset of your life and business, remember the reason you are where you are is because of the decisions you made yesterday, today or will make tomorrow.
Admit it — you are in control of your mindset and what you fill it with, and your only decision would be how you will approach each day.
It becomes so much easier when we blame our circumstances, our life, our families, in the end, it comes down to the most basic and simple truth-filled understanding.
When all is said and done, the only limit on your life and business was placed on you by YOU.
Self-limiting beliefs can be quite deep-rooted, so it may take some time to adapt. Try not to be discouraged by this. Instead, practice acting on your new, positive beliefs about yourself every day.
Try to take at least one small risk every day. You will feel wonderful after you do something you’re at least a little bit scared of — and next time, you’ll be less scared.
Remember Mary Kay’s words: “You can go as far as your mind lets you.” Re-frame your negative thoughts about yourself and your life, so that you can move forward at least a little further each day.
I’ll talk to you soon,