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Entrepreneur, investor and coach for CEOs, Entrepreneurs
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It's natural to be afraid. In fact, it can even be a good thing.
Leaders need to get their teams to adapt, adjust and execute.
Here's how to build momentum for your business.
Achieve the mindset that allows you to not just endure chaos, but to thrive in it.
Change starts with taking ownership of your circumstances.
Survey your accomplishments now, and reassess your goals, to conclude this year in kinetic alignment with where you want to go next.
A habituated mindset, probably created in the past, can lock a founder into wrongheaded decisions that can cripple a startup. Recognizing the pattern is the first step in breaking free.
When times are bad, you know they will get better. So don't fool yourself about what's coming when times are good.
Do you know who you are outside of your business?
Whether our kids become entrepreneurs, artists or anything they want, our job is to lead them on the path they want to go.