How many times a day are you reminded of all the things you need to deliver to your clients or your tribe? If you're anything like me, probably all the day long!
As entrepreneurs we are creators, first and foremost. Instead many of us spent far too much time consuming content. (Over-thinking, making lists in our own FB Live obsessed world...
How many of us made the decision to be an entrepreneur, not whilst in deep contemplation calmly sipping on our Sunday morning chamomile tea, but rather having gone through a painful, brought-us-to-our-knees, turbulent time that held our feet to the fire that made us decide "enough is enough"?!
Change is never unicorns + lollipops - but it's necessary.
As Tony Robbins so boldly says, "If you're not growing, you're dying".
Since we're constantly evolving and growing, as entrepreneurs especially, things must move quickly to survive.
When you hear the call, you can either pick up + answer the invitation by taking action, or be prepared for the call to get louder, with greater intensity so you can no longer ignore it and you're forced to act.
Where in your business, or life, have you decided that *ENOUGH* is effing ENOUGH?
Have you had ENOUGH of:
Feeling fearful to take the next step?
You have an idea. A dream. A vision. A goal. Then a plan - that you rinse and repeat after each and every achievement.
What can sometimes trip us up is when we continually define ourselves from the mistakes or missteps we've made in the past instead of keeping our unrelenting focus on our vision.
"Create a vision and never let the environment, other people's beliefs, or the limits of what has been done in the past shape your decisions." - Tony Robbins
How about you make a decision today to drop the past that's no longer serving you?
Why not? The old version of you is an imposter. It's helped shape who you are, but it's not who you are today.
And it's great to appreciate how far you've come - however keeping your eyes fixed in the review mirror takes your focus off the future.
DECIDE to get in the mindset of completely abandoning...
Know what it feels like to give up?
I sure do.
There's often immediate relief that comes from giving up - from the intense stress it may have created, but then it eventually shifts into an insatiable desire for success.
The more people I talk to, the more I can see that this is a common path that entrepreneurs take.
If you're reading this, I know you get what it feels like to put it all on the line: heart, sweat, tears & money...