Updated: Jan 13
When I decided to start my own entrepreneurship journey, I thought it would be a tough experience, and it has kept its promises.
Being an entrepreneur is like being on a roller-coaster of emotions. Some days are filled with greatness, others are simply discouraging.
To keep moving forward, I always remind myself the following 2 things:
1. What I do or don't do today will influence my business in 6-month time. I am running a marathon, not a sprint. I need to act, slowly but steady, one step after the other. As Albert Einstein said: "In the middle of every difficulty, lies opportunity". When I face adversity I ask myself: "What is my opportunity here?" Then I turn the answers into a small plan of concrete actions. Looking for opportunities, rather than staring at the challenges, gives me focus and boost my motivation.
2. I love what I do. I know that coaching and training have a real impact on my clients. I particularly enjoy those "ahaaaa" moments, when they have a breakthrough, learn something new, come up with a brilliant idea, or do something they did not think was possible. I constantly try to reproduce these situations and help other entrepreneurs build outstanding businesses.
We are often better than what we think we are. Let me show it to you: book a free online Coaching Discovery session.
The best thing that will happen to you: ending up with your own small plan of concrete actions.
Keep up building outstanding businesses.