A success mindset - A mind set for success
You've been working a 9-5 job for a while and have amassed a great deal of experience in your field of work and now decided it’s time to go out on your own.
It’s been a long process and you finally did it.
You've seen a bit of success, however there are times when you're not getting much done and can sense a deep rooted fear within yourself that stops you from taking action and doing the things you knows you have to do to achieve your goal of becoming financially free. A dream you've had for a long time.
You're so tired of always having just enough money to get by and literally not much left each month to travel and to spend time with friends and loved ones.
You dream of having a successful business with awesome clients who love you and your products and yet there is something holding you back.
There are times when you're over-thinking everything and can't get out of your own head. This leads to both a fear of failure and also a fear of success. You start to question yourself, your products and your ability to keep your clients happy.
You wonder if you're good enough and sometimes you don’t even reply to messages you get from potential clients out of fear. What if I screw it up? What if the prospects starts hating on me?
And so you lose the sale and then regrets your inability to take the appropriate action when needed. It all gets so very overwhelming.
Some days you're just very comfortable in your comfort zone, doing a lot of unnecessary stuff and feel a sense of being productive. At the end of the day you realize that nothing has been produced and you've not moved forward at all.
These days comes more often and you're not making as much money as you’d like. Your business is semi successful, however you know your potential and this frustrates you a lot. You're aware that you don’t push yourself to go to your full extent of your abilities and that you haven’t given your all. Are you selling yourself short by going only half way?
So you set out creating a new and better plan. You spends days and weeks on your new plan and still nothing happens. You have not moved an inch forward and still haven’t reached your revenue target.
The fear, uncertainty and doubt really hurts, but you know you don’t want to go back to working for somebody else. This is it. It’s now or never. Things will get tough and all you can do is be prepared to push through the resistance and the fears.
You just want your plan to be bullet proof and perfect before going forward and realize that this is just your way of feeling productive while, in reality, it’s just procrastination.
You can’t understand why you keep sabotaging yourself and start to wonder if there’s something wrong with you.