One of the most difficult things about being an entrepreneur is the feeling of isolation, of being alone against the elements.
And although few people ever dare to talk about this, this feeling of isolation can be exaggerated when the people in your life who are supposed to support you, well, don’t.
Hey, even though you believe in what you’re doing and have faith that your ideas will lead to great things, it’s not always easy for those around you to get on board with your ideas of expansion…
… especially when it comes to investing money in growing your business.
Ever experience having a conversation with your partner about investing money in your business and not getting the answer you wanted?
This week’s new 7-minute content video (and script) may help you turn things around:
Admittedly, I’m going out on a limb here today, addressing a subject that few would ever touch.
In my many years of working with students in The Leveraged Business Business School, I’ve come across countless business owners who want to invest in their business but experience backlash from their life (or business) partner.
Many times, the entrepreneur feels as though they have to decide between a thriving business and a happy home life…:(
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
In today’s video, I explain why most partners are initially hesitant about having you invest in your growth and what to say to bring them over to your side, believe in you and support your decision to invest in yourself.
After you watch today’s video, please tell me in the comments: What would you invest in (financially) if you finally had your spouse or business partner’s full support?
I am really looking forward to supporting you to achieve even bigger results.
Contrary to popular belief, you really can have it all.
See you in the comments.
I’m rooting for you from the sidelines, OK? Go!
p.s. Can you think of other entrepreneurs who secretly (or not so secretly) struggle with this too? Would you send them this blog so they can have more confidence and conviction in their own business or life?