How to do you compare to businesses like yours

In this episode, we're going to talk about the comparison game and defining success. We'll talk about why using a monetary goal to define your success will limit your dreams. I discuss how you can find success quickly and simply by adding a few things to your life through thinking of success differently.

 

Sometimes we make the mistake of letting someone else's definition of success define our own success. It's a comparison game that we've all been trapped in at some point. I'm going to help you get out of that mindset! 

 

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How to know when I've made it, what is successful business

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Episode Highlights:

  • What success looks like.
  • How you’ll know when you’ve made it.
  • When confidence is overwhelmed by worry.
  • What success should feel like.
  • How you can make one simple change to feel successful.
  • How hard work and dedication defines success.
  • What you can do to bring success into your life right now.
  • We make a pact to stop comparing and start doing.

 

Quotes From This Episode:

 

But, success isn’t about impressing others or reaching a monetary goal.  – Jennifer Faught

 

Success is not tangible. It’s a feeling. – Jennifer Faught

 

What success really looks like is hard work. – Jennifer Faught

 

We all hit bumps in the road. We all have struggles and declines. We must remember to spend time on what works and not acting on our emotions. Successful people start before they feel ready. You’re going to feel lost, unprepared, and unqualified… telling yourself, "I didn’t go to school for this. Who am I to....?" Remember, we all start in the same place: building a dream from the ground up with no time, money, resources, or experience. You are already a success because you are doing the work!  – Jennifer Faught

 

If you’re working on something important, then you’ll never feel ready. A side effect of doing challenging work is that you’re pulled by excitement and pushed by confusion at the same time. – James Clear

 

Stationery Academy can help you define what success looks like to you. You’re unique and so is your business. You have your own dreams, goals, values, and beliefs. We don't use a cookie-cutter approach at our conference - it's completely tailored to you and your specific needs, not a general discussion. You can visit our website to register.

 

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