Making sense of your success and how you’ve ended up where you are as an entrepreneur is all in how you choose to perceive it. Some lean toward the side of believing they were in the right place at the right time, and others believe themselves to be entirely self-made.
In my ABC Model exercise, I encourage entrepreneurs to increase their freedom and improve their lives by eliminating activities they find irritating (“A activities”), delegating or automating activities that are “just okay” (“B activities”), and increasing the amount of time they spend doing activities that are fascinating and motivating to them (“C activities”).
This is probably the easiest blog post we’ve ever written or ever will write! Three open and articulate entrepreneurs talk candidly about joining Strategic Coach — all experiencing initial “leap of faith” fear — and about their Year 1 experience that followed, including their results.
If you look at almost any entrepreneur — just starting out, successful, or somewhere in between — one thing they’ll all have in common is that they’ve battled or are currently battling complexity.
As long as I’ve been alive, the most dominant contentious issue that people debate has been capitalism.
When we talk about growth at Strategic Coach, it’s always a big conversation, and it always revolves around 10x growth.