If you’re anything like me you’ve had a sense, for most of your life, that you weren’t like most other people. And while this may have been difficult at times, the good news is…
…it’s because you’re wired to be a business owner. And not everybody is!
You’re not meant to stick to the status quo of doing unfulfilling work and being beholden to someone else’s rules of how to play the game of life.
However, this doesn’t necessarily mean that business ownership comes easily to you. In this week’s 5-minute video I want to share why this is… Watch it now:
One of the best ways to increase your business results is to acknowledge the truth about yourself and how you’re wired to take action in your business.
It’s being willing to look at the things you rock at, as well as the things you aren’t especially strong at.
After all these years of coaching growth-minded business owners, I’ve found we fall into these two general categories that I explain in today’s video.
I hope that you are able to see yourself in one of them. Knowing yourself and being honest about the “bigness of your back,” as I mention in the video, is the first step in getting out of your own way and creating an even more successful business, one that is more profitable and bigger, but also gives you more time and freedom than you have now.
Your “wiring” is your ally. It is your gift – once you embrace it, amplify the things that work, and do something about the things that don’t.
It’s what makes you, well, YOU, and what gives you the courage it takes to forge a different path than others are willing to risk (I meant what I said in the video…no soul-sucking existence will do for people like us).
Harness your strengths…your creativity, your resourcefulness and your ideas. And I believe that you will absolutely harness the income, freedom, fulfillment and meaning that drives you.
P.S. It really isn’t about the money, is it? I get it. This conversation is about so much more than that. It’s about living life on your own terms, self-actualizing and making a real difference with your life, through your business. It’s so worth it. Oh, and incidentally, that’s when the money comes. (wink wink!)