Action is the key to sustaining passion and purpose, and in fortifying and creating attitudes that serve you in your quest. You must, however, design your action plan to deliberately fortify your passion.
Your purpose is an externally focused manifestation of your skills, talents, passion, energy, and desires. The impact you make on the lives of others and the legacy you leave is a byproduct of living a life of purpose.
Your attitude is one of the most critical elements of mindset, but it's important to understand that attitude is not mindset but a critical element of mindset. Because attitude is so important, you must understand what it is and how it works. One of the most beautiful aspects of attitude is you can change it, and that can change your life!
Your mindset is uniquely you, so it should be no surprise that the foundation of an effective and serving mindset is to get in touch with "you."
Mindset is essential to success in any endeavor, and a prerequisite for reaching your full potential in any of life's endeavors. An effective, powerful, and serving mindset begins with understanding what mindset is. Often, those who teach mindset confuse it with attitude. While attitude is incredibly important and a foundational element of mindset, attitude is not mindset.
KLT is an acronym that stands for: Know - Like - Trust. The concept is that people engage and do business with those that they Know, Like, and Trust. KLT is, in fact, one of your prime objectives is you are to preserve the opportunity to add value to the lives of others now and in the future.
"Affirmation" in the context of marketing is a powerful practice that will contribute greater value to your customer or client. It is not the same as "affirmations" in the context of personal development Thus is the 8th of the 9 Influential Variables in Engagement and Buying Decisions.
A "Call to Action" is a common marketing practice and an essential one at that. But there is far more to a "call to action" than you might think. It is, in some respects, the beginning of a new phase of the relationship with your customer.
When you wake up one morning and your entrepreneurial dream feels more like a job, you need to go off the grid and figure out what's going on.
All too often, well-intended goals end up creating a lifestyle that feels more like that of an employee than that of an entrepreneur.
If you begin setting goals before you have crafted your vision, you are setting yourself up for disappointment!