1. Fake it. You’ll make it.
The same principle is at play in “fake it till you make it.” If you act in a certain way, your feelings, emotions, confidence levels, and overall attitude will gravitate in that direction. The result? Eventually, you make it.
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Part 1: State Your Purpose In Life & Core Values (2 Things)
1. Define who you are.
So the first thing you need to understand is who you are as an individual and brand. Craft your personal vision statement and get clarity on who you are and what your unique contribution is. You want to be as authentic as possible. Of course, you are dynamic and changing, but there are things you have always loved and always will love.
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1. Commit yourself to your dream.
Having the desire for something to work vs. committing to it are vastly different. When you commit to your dream, you are making a binding obligation to see it through to success. It means you are “all in,” you find solutions when faced with obstacles and you don’t quit, no matter what. Make that pledge to yourself, and then tell the people in your life.
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It’s commonly assumed that successful entrepreneurs are driven by money.
But most will tell you they are fueled by a passion for their product or service, by the opportunity to solve a problem and make life easier, better, cheaper.
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Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Noelle L. Reagan
Founder& Owner of: Made Up by Reagan
Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Successful Living and Writing Writer
On the often slow success of a seasoned entrepreneur.
Rome wasn’t built in a day, and more often than not, neither is a successful small business. In order to be a business owner that lives as most hope to when launching a self employment venture, one must be ready to endure the days of ramen noodles and $2000 cars.
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