Unless you can stay centered and grow through uncertainty you’ll be always suffering as an entrepreneur. I’m sorry, but this is something that I learned in the crisis of 2008 when I started my first business.
The truth and the matter are that (almost) anyone can start and grow a business when the economy is right, the markets are right, the right clients have money to pay you and your cashflow is looking spectacular.
The question is: can you be a good entrepreneur when you don’t have any of that?
Keeping your mind clear and focused running your business when you don’t know where your next client is going to come from sounds almost impossible. Bur trust me if you want to succeed and stay in business for the long term this is a skill that you need to learn.
Yes, I said a skill, because it can be learned and improved.
In this podcast episode, I am going to share with you four frameworks and strategies that I use to stay focus, especially in these chaotic days.
Also, I am sharing with you a relaxing breathing exercise that Ron Foglia has sent me to share with you all of you.