- Feel like business is a daily grind
- Lost enthusiasm and becoming unfit
- Fear of putting yourself out there
- Relationships suffering
- Constantly stressed with daily tasks
Lead yourself effectively!
Real life situations!
To make matters worse, this disconnection was really affecting my motivation and sleep. This led to me waking up tired most mornings, having little energy to do any exercise. This caused me to put on weight and feel even worse about myself. If I'm honest with myself, the most significant thing causing the disconnection was always thinking and talking about my business.
When I'm with my loved ones, I'm low on energy and not present with them or interested in their lives. But to be even more honest, the absolute truth. I'm working hard, not working smart. I'm overworking!
Being reactive, not proactive. I'm not organised and well planned. I'm not strategically thinking, so my time-management skills are lacking. As a business owner I have ambitions, but nothing is more soul-destroying than working hard and not seeing any progress and at the same time seeing my relationships and health suffer.
If yes, I'm here to say...
You don't need to work long hours...
You don't need to have sleepless nights...
You don't need to sacrifice your fitness and relationships to build your business. In fact, running those patterns will more than likely contribute to your downfall. What if one conversation could change the direction of your life?
WARNING SIGNS: If you're a business owner.
* Cannot switch off from business when with a loved one.
* Struggle to maintain healthy routines while meeting deadlines.
* No time to engage with friends or hobbies.
* Find it hard to recruit or keep good people.
These are some critical signs your mind management needs improving.
My mindset on what I could earn as a Dad in business was pretty low. I knew the only thing stopping me was my thinking. Doing the mojo program helped break through the ceiling of my old financial beliefs.
I have now gone on to buy my first home for my family, which at one point was not thought possible.
My partner wanted to be home more often to focus on motherhood. This put a strain on me to make more money. Being technician minded, since I can't remember, really put a ceiling on my income. Working on my psychology has helped me make the mindshifts where my business had to grow. I am now a confident provider.