Why are you limiting your success in life?

We believe business mastery for self-employed or aspiring self-employed entrepreneurs is possible through personal excellence. This will help them to achieve their dreams of successful business growth and enjoy a balanced lifestyle.

Is your success limited by the “Lobster Effect”?

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter thirty eighth edition - Why are you limiting your success in life?

What is limiting your success?

You can place a number of lobsters in a shallow tray – and none of them will be able to get out, even if it is low enough for them to climb over. You know why?  Because every time one wants to climb over the side, another one pulls him back.  Sound familiar?  “You will never be able to pull it off” or “get that crap out of your head and just get a job” or “stop dreaming”. Their limited beliefs are holding you back. They are literally poisoning your mind with negative thoughts – destroying all the positive programming you have been trying to do.  So how do you handle it?  Click here.

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Thirty-Eighth Edition – Latest articles on Dream It! Plan It! Do It!

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter thirty eighth edition - Why are you limiting your success in life?

Finding passion before choosing a self-employment opportunity

One of the keys for a successful self-employed business, is to find your passion and then decide about the best self-employed business to get involved in.  Do not get involved in a self-employed business as a get-rich-quick scheme, or for any other reason, except living your passion.  The process of monetizing your passion will be the next step in your journey of finding true purpose in life. This is the integration of your personal passion and business. Click here to learn more.

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter thirty eighth edition - Why are you limiting your success in life?

How to live your passion and make money

So is a home-business for you? That’s something you have to ask yourself, but if you want to live life on your own terms and invest in your own vision instead of someone else’s, then – go for it and never look back.  Invest in yourself and your education and training and real-world experience and you will be set for life! Click here to watch a video that is breaking down all the necessary ingredients to a successful home-based business.

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Thirty-Eighth Edition – Interesting Reads

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter thirty eighth edition - Why are you limiting your success in life?

Reasons why starting a business is a great idea

If you have a desire to start a business, you should explore this seriously and avert the risk of wondering what could have been. It is often said that some are born entrepreneurs and some learn to be entrepreneurs. Either way, all agree that business comes with immense challenges, particularly when starting and growing one from scratch. But being an entrepreneur comes with great benefits and advantages. Click here to read about entrepreneurial benefits that make business an idea well worth pursuing.

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter thirty eighth edition - Why are you limiting your success in life?

Success story:  Chicken Licken – George Sombonos

If you have moments when, standing on the precipice before you take that leap of faith for your business, you question whether it’s really true that capitalism rewards risk, think of George Sombonos. Click here for the story of how a son of a Greek tea-room owner grew a roadhouse on the outskirts of Johannesburg into a R600 million business that boasts the biggest fried chicken franchised brand outside the United States.  It confirms that big rewards can follow big risks.

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Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Thirty-Eighth Edition: Inspirational quote

“I didn’t know it then but I wanted that shop so badly that I was prepared to die for it. This is perhaps the difference between an ordinary person and an entrepreneur – that you want something so badly you’d do almost anything for it.” -George Sombonos

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