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Confidence, Crush, and Future: MAKE YOUR OWN RULES. Create your own rules to be successful in your business life but donโ€™t forget to include this 3!๐Ÿ‘‡ Rule 1: If it ainโ€™t broke, then don't fix it. For the entrepreneur, the temptation to innovate and try new things is strong, and you should, but itโ€™s also treacherous territory to forget that your customers buy from you for a reason. Rule 2: Always increase your confidence. The playing not-to-lose mindset comes from fear. Fear that you canโ€™t keep up with the competition. Fear that future changes are going to crush your success. Confidence gives you the will to perform at the top of your ability, as opposed to the not-to-lose mindset of just playing it safe. So increase your confidence by taking time to celebrate your successes. Rule 3: Attack obstacles that get in your way. You can choose to see an obstacle as a chance to prove your abilities and grow, or you can sit back and ask, โ€œWhy does this always happen to me?โ€ You can choose to say, โ€œIโ€™ll do whatever it takes and I know Iโ€™ll find a way,โ€ or you can just ponders the โ€œwhat ifs.โ€ Starting today, remember to take time to reflect on what got you here. And use that to build your confidence so that you can attack and overcome any obstacle in your way. ๐Ÿ”ฅ - rules life success millionairementor
Confidence, Crush, and Future: MAKE YOUR
 OWN RULES.
Create your own rules to be successful in your business life but donโ€™t forget to include this 3!๐Ÿ‘‡ Rule 1: If it ainโ€™t broke, then don't fix it. For the entrepreneur, the temptation to innovate and try new things is strong, and you should, but itโ€™s also treacherous territory to forget that your customers buy from you for a reason. Rule 2: Always increase your confidence. The playing not-to-lose mindset comes from fear. Fear that you canโ€™t keep up with the competition. Fear that future changes are going to crush your success. Confidence gives you the will to perform at the top of your ability, as opposed to the not-to-lose mindset of just playing it safe. So increase your confidence by taking time to celebrate your successes. Rule 3: Attack obstacles that get in your way. You can choose to see an obstacle as a chance to prove your abilities and grow, or you can sit back and ask, โ€œWhy does this always happen to me?โ€ You can choose to say, โ€œIโ€™ll do whatever it takes and I know Iโ€™ll find a way,โ€ or you can just ponders the โ€œwhat ifs.โ€ Starting today, remember to take time to reflect on what got you here. And use that to build your confidence so that you can attack and overcome any obstacle in your way. ๐Ÿ”ฅ - rules life success millionairementor

Create your own rules to be successful in your business life but donโ€™t forget to include this 3!๐Ÿ‘‡ Rule 1: If it ainโ€™t broke, then don't fix ...

Bad, Memes, and Control: 41 WORRYING WILL NEVER CHANGE THE OUTCOME @MILLIONAIRE MENTOR Who are the worriers? Why are some people so prone to "what if disease," while others merely worry about something when it happens? But you may askโ€ฆ why do they worry? People worry because they think something bad will happen or could happen, so they activate a โ€œhyper-vigilantโ€ strategy of worry and think that 'if I worry I can prevent this bad thing from happening or catch it early. (Which is BS) So here millmentor is bringing some WORRY-busting steps!๐Ÿ‘‡ โœ”๏ธMake a list of your worries. Identify what you are worried about. (Easy one) โœ”๏ธAnalyze the list. Look at whether your worry is productive or unproductive. - Productive worry is one that you can do something about right now. - Unproductive worry is one which you can't do anything about. โœ”๏ธEmbrace uncertainty. Once you have isolated your unproductive worries, it's time to identify what you need to accept in order to get over them. Acceptance means noticing that uncertainty exists and letting go and focusing on the things that you can control, enjoy, or appreciate. โœ”๏ธMake yourself uncomfortable. Worriers feel that they can't tolerate discomfort, but if you practice discomfort, you will accomplish a lot more. So GET UNCOMFORTABLE. โœ”๏ธRemember that it's never as bad as you think it will be. Anxiety or worry is all about anticipation. The 'what ifs' are always way worse than how you feel when something actually happens. - Did you like my millmentor tips? Drop a comment below and let me know what you think!๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡ - worry whatif success mindset millionairementor
Bad, Memes, and Control: 41
 WORRYING WILL NEVER
 CHANGE THE OUTCOME
 @MILLIONAIRE MENTOR
Who are the worriers? Why are some people so prone to "what if disease," while others merely worry about something when it happens? But you may askโ€ฆ why do they worry? People worry because they think something bad will happen or could happen, so they activate a โ€œhyper-vigilantโ€ strategy of worry and think that 'if I worry I can prevent this bad thing from happening or catch it early. (Which is BS) So here millmentor is bringing some WORRY-busting steps!๐Ÿ‘‡ โœ”๏ธMake a list of your worries. Identify what you are worried about. (Easy one) โœ”๏ธAnalyze the list. Look at whether your worry is productive or unproductive. - Productive worry is one that you can do something about right now. - Unproductive worry is one which you can't do anything about. โœ”๏ธEmbrace uncertainty. Once you have isolated your unproductive worries, it's time to identify what you need to accept in order to get over them. Acceptance means noticing that uncertainty exists and letting go and focusing on the things that you can control, enjoy, or appreciate. โœ”๏ธMake yourself uncomfortable. Worriers feel that they can't tolerate discomfort, but if you practice discomfort, you will accomplish a lot more. So GET UNCOMFORTABLE. โœ”๏ธRemember that it's never as bad as you think it will be. Anxiety or worry is all about anticipation. The 'what ifs' are always way worse than how you feel when something actually happens. - Did you like my millmentor tips? Drop a comment below and let me know what you think!๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡ - worry whatif success mindset millionairementor

Who are the worriers? Why are some people so prone to "what if disease," while others merely worry about something when it happens? But you ...