May 25, 2020

Does your self-worth fluctuate with your business success (or failures)?

If you have a good day, check off all of your to do’s and make a sale, you feel on top of the world. But then the next day you get a bad comment, someone wants a refund and your only sales call for the day canceled. How do you feel then?

This week’s episode of The Business of Becoming is all about self-worth and the highs and lows of growing a business. We talk about energy management and how to reframe your goals and daily actions so that you can (most of the time) maintain a stable level of energy and self-worth. Your business is an entity that exists outside of you and you can only control your actions.

This is a game-changer!

Listen to Episode 165 below:

What We Talk About In This Episode:

  • The mindset of successful men and women in sports
  • How to determine what you have control over
  • The leading and lagging indicators you can use to frame your actions and outcomes
  • Real action you can take to propel you forward into momentum
  • How to separate your BEing from your skillsets 
  • How looking for people to learn from can save you from years of struggle and frustration
  • The impact of practice and repetition to improve your skills
  • Why you need to focus on your actions and not the result

Things We Mention In This Episode:

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Do you find your self-worth changes rapidly depending on the day? How do you manage to keep negative thoughts at bay? I would love to hear all about it and I’m sure others would too. Comment below and share your story or visit me on Instagram which is currently my favourite way to connect. 

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