Whether you tell yourself, "I don’t belong here" or you constantly think, "I’m not good enough" negative self-talk affects how you feel and how you behave. In fact, the conversations you have with yourself often turn into a self-fulfilling prophecy.
For example, imagine someone who thinks, "I don’t have what it takes to start my own business.” To cope with this self-doubt, this person avoids really chasing their dreams and limits the opportunities presented to them.
Negative self-talk used to make up 90% of my inner dialogue. I’d say things to myself like “Why do I think I can be an entrepreneur,” “I will never be successful,” and “I always make mistakes.”
Your internal dialogue is continuous and does not shut off. Your internal dialogue is a part of you and shapes how you think, how you act, and how you see the world. While your internal dialogue is always running you can learn to ignore the negative self-talk....
When it comes to entrepreneurship, no one does it quite like my dear friend Regina Lawrence. Regina is a lawyer turned soulful business and life strategist who has cultivated a community of women who can be all the things - successful, spiritual, sexual, and wildly unique. As a business owner of 3 different companies, Regina knows a thing or two about the transition from employee to entrepreneur.
In this blog article, I’ll share her suggestions for creating a smooth transition from employee to entrepreneur, increasing your chances for the success of your new company.
After you’ve been employed for a few years, you probably have job security, a regular income, benefits, and a bright future. Even so, you may want more out of life, and starting your own business may be the way to get it. However, moving from employee to entrepreneur requires planning, a clear understanding of your career objectives, and confidence that you can do the job as an independent business...