No to Complacency

Entrepreneur Mindset: Just Say No to Complacency

As an entrepreneur, it is your job to just say no to complacency.

Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish

Complacency is your enemy my friend.

It’s easy to set those goals and initially be enthusiastic about achieving them.

We all do it.

We find ourselves all fired up and going for it.

For many of you, myself included we experience some growth and success.  We may even hit that upper limit that brings us right back down again to our comfort level.

Or we may find ourselves settling in and getting comfortable with this new level.  

And we end up forgetting that continual improvement is the key to continued success.  We stop innovating and changing because it’s easy and we are enjoying where we are.  

Failing to keep innovating and change suppresses the spirit of entrepreneurship.

To keep your spirit alive and experience growth, you need to continually learn, apply new methods and ideas in your business.

Haven’t you worked with someone who resisted change?  I’m sure you have, I know I have!  Think back and look at their spirit.  

Tell me were they excited about life, did they have big goals and did they get fired up about the future?

Probably not!

Let me ask you a question…are you content where you are right now?

Being complacent is easy, making change is hard…yet that is where bigger things are waiting for you.

Take a hard look at what you are doing in  your business and ask yourself:

Are there things that have outlived their usefulness?
Are there things that I can improve upon?
Are things new things that you can add to attract more clients?

Envision new potentials for yourself.

When you are actively reaching for something new and embracing change, you’ll find a surge of energy, creativity and feel more alive.

Just say no to complacency starting today.


Wondering If You Are Ready to Create an Online Course?

One of the questions I get from my clients and students when thinking about creating an online course is “should I create a digital course?”

The answer I give depends on where you are in your business and how you want to use it to grow to the next level — which is why I’ve put together this quick and easy 2-minute quiz to help you figure out if you’re ready!