If you want to change your life by becoming an entrepreneur, you first have to change your mindset.
Well, your thinking led to the choices that created the life you’re living now…
Most of us have been influenced by family, friends, and society who may have our best interests at heart…
They often want us to stay safe and comfortable, going to school, getting a job, and working till we (hopefully) retire…
Sadly though, these same influences can keep us stuck in a cycle, making the same choices over and over that create a life we aren’t happy with.
Here are 4 elements to developing an entrepreneurial mindset.
Live Your Life On Purpose
Imagine you could go back 10 years into the past…
Are you living the life you envisioned back then?
If you’re anything like most people, you’ve been wandering through life, finding employment, and forming relationships, with no idea of your true potential…
Even if you do have an idea of your true potential, then you’ve probably run into obstacle after obstacle that’s kept you away from it…
If you want to succeed as an entrepreneur, you have to act with intention and be willing to stay committed to your goals even when it’s hard.
Take a second to think about your daily habits.
Are they helping you build the kind of life you want to live?
Once you start living with intention, you’ll stop doing things that drain your time, energy, and money, and start doing things that will create the life you want to live.
Own Your Power
What if you had a limitless source of inner power that could push you to accomplish anything you set your mind to?
The truth is, everyone has a source of strength they draw from to overcome obstacles, which comes from the way we see ourselves.
Sadly, most of us don’t see ourselves as capable, influential problem-solvers…
We dwell on our faults and mistakes, which eventually tears us down and causes our power to disappear.
But what if you got rid of your negative thoughts and replaced them with empowering beliefs?
Envision yourself as the badass problem-solving entrepreneur you are…
Once you change your mindset and own your true power, you’ll be well on your way to success.
(here’s a few tips from Keala to help you control your negative thoughts)
Focus On Service, Not Self
When you focus on the value you can give to others, you start seeing people’s needs more clearly.
Practice taking a real interest in others, and be authentic in your dealings with other people…
Once you truly know what your potential customers need and value, you can adapt your business to serve them better.
As you begin to think of more ways to serve others, you create more ways to succeed as an entrepreneur.
“I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.” – Thomas Edison
Failure is an absolute necessity for growth, but most of us allow failure to get us down or make us give up…
If you can learn to see failure from a new mindset, you can use these as opportunities to learn, grow, and make progress towards success.
Look at the problem that led to the “failure”. Where did you go wrong?
What path could you have taken to get a different result?
When you start to think like an entrepreneur, you’ll trust the process, learn from your mistakes, and be open to trying new things until you get the result you want.
Learn to let go and make each failure work in your favor.
Making the jump from employee to entrepreneur starts with your mindset.
You’ve got to start living with intent and taking action daily to achieve your goals…
Change the way you see yourself to tap into your inner power…
Practice looking through the eyes of other people so you can better serve their needs and give them what they value…
And don’t let failure get you down – learn what you need to learn and let it go.
Developing the mindset of a confident, problem-solving entrepreneur will help ensure your success.
What tools are you using to help protect your mindset?
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