Where you focus your thoughts will directly depict your actions. Effició Radio, Episode 14 with Sherese Duncan

Before you can fully engage and finish, you have to get focused.  In order to get focused, you have to treat and repair (if necessary) your mind and how you think.

Let’s get ready for the mental work necessary to increase mental stamina!

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Brief Show Notes:

 

We’ve been discussing transmogrification, now I want to dive into mindset so that you can understand where how to address mental stamina.

Mental stamina—there comes a time when you need to focus on hard, intellectual problems. This requires mental stamina, or the ability (mental capacity) to sustain prolonged mental effort.

In business, where you focus your thoughts directly depict your actions:

  • What you think is what you are
  • What you think is what you do,
  • What you think is your reality but not necessarily the reality of everyone around you.

Establishing mental stamina takes a healthy business mindset.  Before you can fully engage and finish, you have to get focused.  In order to get focused, you have to upgrade, manage, and repair (if necessary) your mind and how you think.

What is a Mindset?
Your mindset is the sum of your knowledge, including beliefs and thoughts about the world and yourself in it. It is your filter for the information you receive and the information you give. Moreover, your mindset determines how you receive and react to information.

In this episode, we are speaking of your mindset related to your “business mindset.”  Having the right business mindset is often the biggest factor in your entrepreneurial success.

Developing the right business mindset is created by engaging in continuous learning and stripping out the most relevant information that applies to you and your professional endeavors. Then you develop certain beliefs that are most helpful for where you want to go and how you want to be. This belief system is your business mindset.

First, find the beliefs that are most supportive of your entrepreneurial career

Second, Check if the beliefs are in harmony with (a potential) reality of where you see your career going (vision)

Listen to the show for full details!

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