SNM076: Confidence Can Grow Your Business 2

SNM076: Confidence Can Grow Your Business

I’ve been finishing my new product, Networking Empire this week.

It’s all about approaching big shots and getting them to help your business.

So many people network horribly that most of us think of it as a dirty word.

There is nothing more unappealing than attending a “Networking Event.”

And a big part of that is how socially awkward these forced interactions are.

You are stuck talking to people that are all looking for the same thing you are.

And you get nervous and uncomfortable.

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Lack of confidence leaks into every decision you make.

We only think about big decisions, like what we charge for coaching.

But if you don’t believe in yourself, you won’t put your business first.

You’ll watch TV or chill out with friends because you’re business will probably fail anyways.

That type of thinking will rip your business apart, but it happens to the majority of new entrepreneurs.

I Don’t Want to Get My Hopes Up

This is the refrain of the high school wallflower and has no place in your adult life.

Let go of this childish thought.

We wall have tough days and there are many obstacles you have to overcome if you want to reach the top of the mountain.

If you believe in yourself, that possibility becomes an inevitability.

Show Notes:

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Key Points:

  1. Self-confidence directly influences your income
  2. How do you stay strong on bad days?
  3. Prepare for the down days and the up days will be awesome.

Resources Mentioned:

Breaking Orbit

Serve No Master on Amazon

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1 thought on “SNM076: Confidence Can Grow Your Business”

  1. Another great post. I used confidence to close deals when I was a sales rep. For some reason I have less confidence about my writing skills. I think it’s because I see writing as my art and take it more personally.

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