I can’t believe how this year has flown by. Just think, soon we’ll be closing out the year and getting ready for the new year. I can’t believe how different things are in my business this year than they were this time last year. It’s amazing how fast things can change when you set an intention and start taking steps.
The process of building a business inevitably involves implementing change. If you’re not happy with the amount of money your business is creating, or if your business is not giving you the lifestyle that you want, it’s time to do something different.
We all know when we need to make a change. Very often, we even know what we need to do to create the changes that we want. The reason we resist the change is fear. Fear of failure and fear of the unknown can keep us firmly in place. The fear can be so strong that it keeps us from taking the next step that we know we should take.
We see how fear plays out in our business when we procrastinate. You’ll recognize it when you find yourself constantly “getting ready”. You stay way too long in a learning phase, waiting until you have all of the information you think you need. You keep tweaking things trying to make them perfect before you release it out into the world. You’re waiting for the “right time” to make your move.
All of these things protect you from the fear, but they won’t move you any closer to your goals. Yes, people will sometimes say “no” to you. Some people might not like what you do. Some things you try might not work. However, some people will happily say yes. Some people will absolutely love what you do. Some things you do will work amazingly well. How will you know if you don’t push through that invisible barrier of fear?
I challenge you to take the next big step to finally achieve your goals. Don’t look back a year from now and wish you’d done something different. You’ll know you’re on the right track when it feels a little scary. It’s supposed to.
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