Entrepreneurs tend to treat business problems like nasty enemies.
Some fear even the mention of a business problem.
“We don’t talk about that stuff,” type deal.
Sweeping small business problems under the rug ensures the problems remain under the rug. Perhaps you cannot see the problem but the issue remains. Issues fester into even bigger business problems. Eventually, you either address the problems, or your business dissolves.
Stop treating problems like nasty enemies to fear. Allow your business issues to be friendly teachers.
Happy, successful entrepreneurs find a business difficulty interesting. Top pros do not cower in the corner at the mere mention of an issue concerning their venture.
Analyzing the issue for a few moments allows the obstacle or resistance to teaching the entrepreneur about themselves and their minds.
Successful lessons follow.Sweeping small business problems under the rug ensures the problems remain under the rug. #smallbusinesstips Click To Tweet
Fear is an illusion. Love is real.
Reframing problems through the filter of love, harmony, and peace – versus fear, scarcity, and chaos – lets problems teach you profitable lessons in a gentle, friendly fashion.
Everything is in your mind. Turn foe into a friend. Open your mind.
Learn from business problems. Seize opportunities for growth. Grow your business. Cultivate your peace of mind. Free yourself by developing a new, friendly relationship with business problems.Grow your business. Cultivate your peace of mind. #smallbusiness Click To Tweet
Imagine if you have suffered through zero business profits over the past two years. Frustration sets in. Why do you have such a big business profits problem?
Stop judging the problem through the fear prism of frustration, anger, and lost time. Take a deep breath. Ask yourself how the problem can teach you about yourself and your business.
For example, bloggers who netted zero profits over a two year period observe how the profits business problem teaches these bloggers to face:
- guest posting fears
- fears related to adding multiple streams of income
- networking fears
- money fears
Learning from Lessons
The list may grow but learning from these lessons both dissolve the problem and expands your poise as you begin guest posting, adding multiple streams of income, networking, and allowing in more money by facing, feeling, and releasing your money fears.
Learning from these friendly problem teachers may feel uncomfortable at times but freeing yourself from business problems increases your:
- peace of mind
- business growth
Allow in Lessons
Allow in lessons business problems teach you.
Lone wolf entrepreneurs learn how to network generously by struggling terribly with trying to do everything on their own.
Social media-obsessed entrepreneurs learn how to make their self-hosted WordPress blog their business hub after watching Facebook shut down their active, highly engaged, Page.
Move your ego to the side. The ego sees problems as enemies designed solely to force it outside of its familiar, safe but miserable comfort zone. Peel open your mind. Let lessons come in.Social media-obsessed entrepreneurs learn how to make their self-hosted WordPress blog their business hub after watching Facebook shut down their active, highly engaged, Page. #entrepreneurs Click To Tweet
Business Problems into Lessons
Problems prove to be the most effective business teachers because every problem simply mirrors back one or more of your fears back to you. Fears in your mind are the only source of all business problems affecting your venture.
Entrepreneurs who fear being criticized and rejected play small, shy away, and struggle terribly to increase business profits. Nudge into your fear of criticism and rejection. Promote your business freely.
Promote pros in your niche to build your friend network. Feel these uncomfortable emotions. Feel the fear and network anyway.Problems prove to be the most effective business teachers because every problem simply mirrors back one or more of your fears back to you. #businesstips Click To Tweet
Friendly Teacher Solutions to Business Problems
Promoting your business freely and building your entrepreneur friend network grows your business profits exponentially over the long haul. What made the difference?
You allowed the problem to be a friendly teacher versus being a nasty enemy.
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What has been your biggest lesson in business? We would love to hear your questions or lessons learned in the comments below!