3 Habits That Kill Your Business Growth

lady holding a stop signAs an entrepreneur, there are specific skills you need to develop that will help you be successful. At the same time, there are certain habits that can stop you from experiencing business growth. If you struggle with any of the 3 habits I cover in this post, my hope is that you will see how they are in no way, contributing to your success so you can make some changes.

It doesn’t matter how great of a speaker you are or how persuasive you can be. It doesn’t make a difference if you have great sales experience or strategic abilities. The truth is, none of those skills will matter if your habits are not aligned with business growth.

Fear or Victory, the Choice is Yours

Erase FearIt doesn’t matter if you believe it or not, but if your focus is based around fear, you will not have victory in your life or business. Victory is defined as: An act of defeating an enemy or opponent in a battle, game, or other competition…

How do you plan to defeat fear and claim victory moving forward? I can certainly promise you it won’t be an easy task, however; it first starts with a simple decision. The choice is yours.

Fear or Victory…which do you choose?

As an entrepreneur, we cannot allow self-sabotaging beliefs to cloud our thinking, nor unintentional, yet premeditated defeats. Those “things” are better known as excuses.

Excuses are really fears we’ve determined to justify. (Tweet This)

Is This Your Time to Shift and Transition in Order to Grow?

small business growthAre you familiar with that “feeling”? You know the one, the somewhat restless, unshakable stirring in your spirit. That feeling that makes you almost question what it is you are doing and if in fact, it is what you are supposed to be doing?

Have you ever felt stuck in place? When everything you are doing to create change in your life and in the lives of those you desire to help seems to have come to a stand still?

When you decide to give in to that “feeling” and allow yourself to just BE…you are able realign and recognize, it is time for transition. In these sometimes undesirable and uncomfortable times, growing pains if you will, are very necessary for us to experience a shift that requires us to grow.