Everywhere you look online, entrepreneurs are talking about a “freedom lifestyle”.
Many boast on social media of their fancy cars, big houses, and the countless trips to exotic places they’re able to take because of being an entrepreneur in the digital age.
How dare they flaunt their success for all to see?
The nerve of these new breed of entrepreneurs…
I’m no hater (and you shouldn’t be either).
You don’t have to agree with how they live or spend their money. However, you have to respect how they create cash flow, and build thriving businesses.
The question most entrepreneurs want to know is, how do they do it?
There is a difference between making a Shift in business verses Quitting your business.
Hang with me as I explain…
There are two types of people who this scenario relates to.
It’s those who know the purpose of their business. They have vision and clarity. Every so often, in order to stay within alignment of their purpose, they shift their focus and efforts on activities that draw them closer to their ultimate goal.
They embrace the potential to grow through leveraging new opportunities and relationships.
Entrepreneurs who understand how to recognize when it’s time to Shift, are able to determine the value and benefit of such a move. It is one that will help them do more, and expand upon the foundation they have committed to building.
Why do we often see so many women struggle with making their business successful? Why is it so difficult for some women to make money doing what they love? Over the past couple of years, I have noticed an imbalance between the number of women who are making entrepreneurship work, compared to those who aren’t.
It is a sad thing to see because a lot of women just don’t get it. It seems to me most of the women online today, have a particular way of thinking, I mindset that consists of them having to do it all and will only thrive in “hustle” mode.