Your thoughts and mindset are powerful things that can not only affect your life and relationships but your business as well.
It’s amazing how much your mindset can affect your business. Proverbs 23:7 states “For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he:” In fact, having the right mindset can:
* Make you more motivated and productive, so you’ll get more done.
* Help you make better business decisions.
* Impress potential customers and clients, increasing the chances that they’ll hire you.
* Help you deal with—and recover from—business setbacks.
So, yes, mindset matters. And here are three things you can do to start improving your mindset right now.
This is nothing new, but it needs to be repeated from time to time. For some of us it should be repeated daily: your attitude has as much to do with how well you do in life as it is determined by how well you think you can do. In other words, your attitude determines your altitude and the dreams you are able to reach. How much of your own dream maker are you?
'To succeed in business, relying on a little or even a lot of intuition is more helpful than you might realize, recognize or like to acknowledge in your decision making process.'
Many times millionaires are quoted as have a hunch or a gut feeling about a particular successful venture. Then again, there are successful millionaires who dismiss intuition and simply say they developed a solution or new concept because they analyzed the thought and came to a logical conclusion. You find at work two divergent thoughts about intuition. In the one camp, the millionaires and successful business owners who listened to what their subconscious was telling them without even realizing it and certainly would not acknowledge it as intuition if they did realize it. In the other, the successful men and women who aren’t afraid to act on intuition and acknowledge the role it played; they value intuition. That is how divided the thinking is about intuition and success in business.