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The Mindset of an Entrepreneur

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sales-300x225  If you’re an entrepreneur, you’re well aware that your brain is consistently running ten different ways and feeling like a chicken with your head cut off is nothing new.

Running your own business or becoming a startup founder can be overwhelming. Obviously it’s something you want and are pursuing, but it can still be difficult at times.

If you feel like you’re hitting a brick wall even though your brain is constantly thinking, it’s important to make sure that your mindset is on the right track. It’s easy to always worry about money, but that’s not all it takes to become successful.

The mindset of an entrepreneur is a lifestyle change, not just a business advancement.

Values and Assets

Yes, money can be a valuable asset, but it certainly isn’t your most important one; time is. Time is of the essence – manage it wisely. Create a strict and prompt schedule so that you are always working on one thing at a time.

Don’t forget your values as a business owner either. You have set out to create a product or service that will benefit the people. Don’t cut corners or put out a product that you wouldn’t use yourself or stand behind proudly. Whether you believe in karma or not, what goes around does come back around.

Once you’ve moved onto monetary value, be sure to remember that assets are not just things. Because you made a high profit one month does not necessarily mean that you need to immediately go out and purchase something to show that your hard work has paid off.

Turning money into assets such as investments, bonds and savings accounts can not only guarantee a relaxing future but it shows that your mindset has changed; stuff can easily be replaced. Saving money is a complete lifestyle makeover – spending unnecessary amounts of money can only lead to financial woes.

Focus and Control

Once you’ve realized that you are the only person who can make your dreams come true, it’s easy to want to make them all a reality – this is not good.

Taking risks is a part of owning a business, but it’s the smart gambles that will advance your company.

Slow down and focus on what you’re doing now. Remember that your business can only use improvements; it should never plateau or stop growing. Spend your time editing and revising to ensure that you’re putting out the best of the best and nothing less.

Speaking of improvements, this is where control shows its face. Whether or not you’ve hired a hundred employees or two employees, take responsibility for your actions and sometimes for theirs. The business is yours – when something goes wrong or needs to be fixed, it’s your job to assume the responsibility whether it was your fault or not.

If the business fails and falls apart, the employees will leave – but you will be stuck cleaning up the mess.


Growing does not simply apply to your business; it applies to your mindset. Give yourself room to grow and learn.

Once you get comfortable with the progress your business is making, it will begin to decrease. You must constantly be educating yourself and learning new things. There will always be someone competing with you and studying twice as hard, so it’s crucial to your success to never get comfortable with what you already know.

Refreshing and renewing your mind is an important key to growth, not only as an entrepreneur but as a person.

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