The 2 Keys to Becoming an Elite Entrepreneur
This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous.
What are a few things that you would say encompass someone who has an elite entrepreneurial mind? In other words, what can I do to become an Elite Entrepreneur?
When we boil everything down to the basics, there are 2 key things that are a part of EVERY elite entrepreneur’s life.
- Always strive to better your best.
This means striving to always show up as a better version of yourself. And it also means that you learn from everything you do, so that you can constantly do better the next time.
When you better your best you're going to see what you're doing, what's working and what's not working. And you’ll constantly be asking the questions:
- How do we do it better next time?
- How can I respond better next time?
- How could I be a better leader next time?
- Always do what you say you're going to do.
This means always being your word. It’s about commitment. If you break your word, you lose trust with yourself. If you lose trust with yourself, suddenly you suffer from a lack of confidence, which bleeds into everything you do.
Do not EVER say that you’re going to do something that you don’t intend to do.
And trust me this seems very simple on the surface, but I challenge you to really think about all the times you break your word to yourself on a daily basis. It’s so so harmful.
If you make these two things a habit, they will affect everything else. They will positively impact everything you do and anyone you work alongside.
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