It is said that our brains process about 70,000 thoughts in a day. So what’s the story (or thought) that you’re telling yourself in your mind about your business?

Are you telling yourself that you are an overcomer, you’re making progress, you’re achieving your goals, earning a great income or profit, you’re expanding your territory and your team?

Or, is your story one of limiting belief?

Are you telling yourself:  we can’t go past here; we can’t get there; we’re stuck; we have a limited number of customers and resources?

What is the “real” story that’s running through your mind and you have repeatedly been telling yourself about your business today?

If you’re telling yourself a negative narrative, then I challenge you to change the story in your head.

A negative or false story isn’t going to lead you to where you want to be or help you achieve the goals you want.

Rewrite your story to be the goal, dream or vision that you WANT to have happen. Have a positive conversation with yourself about what you want to achieve or see happen in the future.

Focus on what you want to be true.

Are you limiting what you are doing by telling yourself a negative narrative? Then change, edit or rewrite your story right now.

If you feel your story already has a positive narrative, then keep it up and watch what happens. Keep speaking to yourself in the positive and projecting what you want to have happen. And stay positive even it you’re not there yet!!

Reach out if you’d like to have more of a conversation. We can help you rewrite the story you’ve been telling yourself.


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Being a leader comes with a lot of responsibilities. One of them being:  how do you keep your employees feeling engaged and motivated?

Here is a way we have found to further engage your employees, particularly if you have meetings or trainings.

At the beginning of every meeting, start by asking each employee to take 20-30 seconds to talk about what they are excited about right now. It could be a win they’ve recently had or progress that they’ve made at either work or in their personal life.

Doing this, will enhance your leadership, increase engagement and create enthusiasm within the company.

If you found this idea helpful, please share it with somebody that’s a fellow business owner. We’d love to hear back from you if you have any comments about this as well. To learn more about this or other ways to have a great meeting, schedule a free consultation or you can also subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Make it a great day!


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