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How do you make people feel when you’re around them?
Are they inspired by your presence, or do you drag them down?
Do you whine, nitpick, nag and blame others for your circumstances or elevate others around you?
You see, this is a very hard truth to swallow, but there is no way to help an individual who can’t see or get past themselves. Everything and anything one could hope and wish for is outside of your own little world. All of your future potential is wrapped up in everything outside of you.
When you take your attention off yourself and see what’s right in front of you, a world with unlimited opportunity and every resource available at your fingertips to do and be awesome will open up to you.
Everyday you’re doing one of two things – you’re either empowering & energizing everything around you, or you’re sucking the life out of it.
Self-centeredness is the root of everything sour and sick. It’s the lowest possible view point to see and experience life from.
With the proper perspective and attitude, you can encourage, empower, and engage life confidently and purposefully to advance your plans, while leading others to excel and be all they can be.
Successful entrepreneurship is empowered by an individual’s perspective and attitude. There’s nothing that can stop these two things working together.
The key is your desires must benefit others. Selfish desires don’t attract resources and seldom provide satisfaction, because by nature enough is never enough. There’s always just one more thing you need that will make you happy.
If you focus on the world around you and contribute whatever you can to make it better everyday, all of those things you would love to have for your family and your future will come in due time.
To sum things up, if you have a vision & heart for others and are willing to invest your life into serving others, then you possess the right attitude and prospective for successful entrepreneurship.
There are many attributes of successful entrepreneurship and it would be awesome if you would share some of your experience, tips and advice on the subject below in the comments
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