How strong is your belief in yourself and your business? Your successful business depends upon your belief in yourself and your ability to build and enhance your successful business. Building a successful business starts with the strength of your belief.
“Infuse your life with action. Don’t wait for it to happen. Make it happen. Make your own future. Make your own hope. Make your own love. And whatever your beliefs, honor your creator, not by passively waiting for grace to come down from upon high, but by doing what you can to make grace happen… yourself, right now, right down here on Earth.” Bradley Whitford
Your beliefs are the core of your thought patterns. What you think and feel in your core directly affect your actions and your results.
Belief in Yourself
As a new business owner, it is only natural to have a few nervous moments and hesitations. You have so many new learning
experiences all at once. Your emotions probably run the gamut from extremely excited to puzzled to slightly scared and back to totally optimistic. If you are like me when I started my first business, your emotions are on a constant roller coaster speeding up and slowing down while climbing and plunging simultaneously. The one constant in all of that turbulence was the rock solid belief in the future of building a successful business.
Belief in yourself is the foundation of your business. True, you have to have a solid company and a valuable product you know the marketplace wants, needs and will purchase.
As a team leader you not only have to maintain belief in yourself and your personal ability to continue building a successful business but you also have to work with your team members to help them maintain their belief in themselves and their future.
Life is interesting. Stone wears away with water. Wood rots. People die. Things as fragile as a thought, a dream, a legend, and a belief endure. The most fragile in substance is the most powerful and lasting.
Your belief in yourself is the most powerful. Never let anything take that away from you.
You may have hesitations about how to use a certain software, or the best words to use in an ad, but those are only momentary questions. Your belief in yourself and your ability to build a successful business remains intact regardless of these momentary hesitations.
Overcoming Monkey Chatter
You know those voices in your head which say You can’t do that? I’ve heard them and so have you. That chatter is your doubts and fears trying to sabotage your dream. You have heard them at various times in your life from the time you were quite small. Those voices are trying to pull your confidence down and break your resolve to succeed.
Your thoughts are your beliefs and your fears doing battle. Even in a time of crisis, your belief in yourself and your future must be victorious.
“What we can or cannot do, what we consider possible or impossible, is rarely a function of our true capability. It is more likely a function of our beliefs about who we are.” Tony Robbins
So what can you do?
“Believe in yourself and stand for your dream. Even in the midst of difficult times . . . you need to maintain the confidence and conviction that you can achieve what you want.”
Use the most powerful seconds of your entire day to your fullest advantage. The first seventeen seconds after you awake from
an alpha sleep and the last few seconds before you drift off into an alpha sleep are the most powerful seconds of your entire day. Those are the seconds when your subconscious mind is the most receptive to instructions.
What are your thoughts at those times? How can you help yourself to create more powerful positive opening and closing thoughts?
Create positive habits.
- Read a few lines of something inspiring, motivating and uplifting just before drifting off to sleep.
- Read your affirmations or write your affirmations.
- Look at your dream board.
- Look at a picture of those you love.
- Play some soothing music which creates pleasurable images in your mind.
- Watching the news. The media seems to sensationalize the negative events.
- Watching a television program which contains violence.
- Arguing with someone or working on something which is difficult or distressing.
If you do not currently engage in a routine which promotes positive final thoughts before drifting off to sleep, seriously consider changing your pre-sleep practices.
Awaking with positive thoughts and images takes a bit more effort, but it is possible.
- Change your alarm to music. Energizing, soothing or your special song . . . what music you choose is not as important as how you feel when you hear that music.
- Choose a recording of your children laughing.
- Choose a recording of your mentor’s words of wisdom.
What you choose is what inspires, motivates and energizes you.
“Working hard is important, but there is something that matters even more . . . Believing in Yourself.” Harry Potter
Your successful business depends upon your belief in yourself and your ability to build and enhance your successful business. Building a successful business starts with the strength of your belief. Your beliefs are the core of your thought patterns. What you think and feel in your core directly affects your actions and your results.
“Devote yourself to an idea. Go make it happen. Struggle on it. Overcome your fears. Smile. Don’t forget: this is your dream.”
When you start your day with positive thoughts and end your day with positive thoughts, you enhance the probability of a positive day. String enough positive days together and you will build a successful business and a successful life.
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