By Maya Bailey
If you are currently suffering from procrastination, there is something you can do about it.
Try and remember that you are in a service business. When you wake up in the morning, you should be thinking, “Who can I help today?” If you really put your heart and soul into the joy of contributing to another person’s life, I guarantee that you will be proactive in everything you do and the procrastination will simply fade away.
You need to do whatever you can to love your business, to get excited about helping people, and release any mental blocks that get in the way. The sooner you do that the sooner your business will grow.
Right now you may be asking yourself, “Why am I not excited about my business?” The answer is simple.
You most likely have self-limiting beliefs that prevent your confidence, that make you afraid of success, that make you believe there is never enough money, and that make you believe that prospecting is begging.
Here are a few of the most common self-limiting beliefs that people have:
• I’m not good enough
• I need to be perfect to be okay
• I’m not worthy
• I need to push myself to succeed
• I don’t have what it takes to succeed
Remember, these are not facts, they are just beliefs and beliefs can be changed. Also remember that you may not feel these hundred percent of the time, you may only feel them 1 percent of the time but nevertheless they need to be checked. The third thing to remember is that these beliefs are in your subconscious mind.
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