I am on my way to Phoenix Arizona for a Supply Chain conference this week but I wanted to share something with you that I have had on the mind for a couple of weeks now.
Often times, when we start on this journey of entrepreneurship, we are super hung-ho at the beginning. We work countless hours, sacrifice time and experiences with friends and family and we are willing to do whatever it takes to succeed. In the process we, inevitably, meet other people who are of like mind and who are on their own entrepreneurial journey.
As is often the case with anyone crazy enough to believe they can actually start their own business, things don’t alway go our way and we, inevitably, have failures or losses, while other who may have started this journey at the same time, maybe make some ground and have some success.
This can, in many cases, distract us from our own goals, as we wonder what we are doing wring that is preventing us from succeeding in our own right, and as a result we begin to blame external forces for why we have not succeeded yet or why we cannot succeed – we make the mistake of choosing to become victims.
Blaming the work for our own lack of success, choosing to become victims and losing focus on our own goals and our own journeys as entrepreneurs, is the BIGGEST mistake any one person can make.
In this episode of the New Class Rising podcast I discuss my own struggles with feeling as a victim and losing focus on my goals, how to get lucky in business and the things you can do to fend off negativity in your life.
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