When you first set a goal, you probably have a vision in your mind of what that goal will look like once it’s achieved. You probably have an idealized image of that future achievement and its positive impact. As you move toward that vision and make progress, you’ll probably even measure the distance between where you are and that ideal vision to determine how far you have left to go.
From the very beginning of my coaching career, I’ve been aware that getting trapped in their past is one of the biggest things holding entrepreneurs back in their lives. Yet it is the present that holds all the possibility, growth, excitement, and satisfaction of being an entrepreneur. Being present in the moment is an undeniable catalyst for success.
I’m not a gambler, yet I would be entirely confident in betting that you’re a procrastinator just like I am. How can I be so sure?
I’ve been working with entrepreneurs for more than four decades now, and my favorite type of entrepreneur to work with is a Game Changer.
Entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial companies grow by taking risks, so confidence is an important foundation for entrepreneurial success. Protecting and cultivating your confidence is your number one responsibility as an entrepreneur because confidence is the ability that activates all other abilities.