The language that you use around scaling your business is important! In fact, it might be the difference between achieving your goals and not... I know what you are thinking, how does language have anything to do with my business?! Well, let me tell you.
If you are consistently setting goals for the future while saying things like, “I’m thinking about growing my business” or “I’m trying to make more money” or even “I want to become more successful,” this way of thinking is signaling your brain to think that these goals are not attainable right now! It automatically signals that these goals are in the future and not something that you are capable of achieving right now.
This applies to the way you speak to yourself and your daily thoughts… Our brains have over 70,000 thoughts a day! Most of those thoughts are unattended thoughts, so the goal is to make sure that your language and your thoughts are in alignment with one another to reach its main capacity because the language that we use is the foundation for everything that you do! Read that again – maybe even write in down in your notebook or planner! Your goal from this moment on should be to create a solid foundation focused on taking action, not planning action.
So, what can you do today to start seeing growth in your business?
1) Be aware of the language you are using when it comes to growth! Take time to recognize if you have any mindset blocks or limiting beliefs
2) Refrain yourself from thinking small! Sure, create an action plan with manageable steps but don't limit yourself with your words!
3) Speak to yourself in a way that suggests the change is already happening! For example, instead of saying “I want to scale my business” start saying, “I am creating a plan to scale my business and I am ready for the next level!”
If you are ready to start scaling but even those three steps feel overwhelming, drop a comment below or connect with me in my Facebook Group where I talk all things Mindset, Strategies, and Money!
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