You are the CEO

Why do so many home business owners fail?

Have you ever asked yourself that question?

There are certainly a large number of potential reasons for why this is the case.

When everything boils down, however, there’s one main reason for why people struggle…

You are the CEO

You are the CEO

The reason is weakness.

Posture, self-confidence and swagger are real-life necessary traits.

I can’t tell you the number of business owners I’ve seen who approach a prospect or customer from a position of utter weakness. They act as if their opportunity is a limiting liability instead of a life-changing asset.

You are the CEO.

Your business lives and dies with YOU.

I always try to envision myself as Donald Trump when working (minus the funny hair of course).

Love him or hate him, Donald knows business. He knows how to behave and conduct himself in such a way as to command respect and admiration (or sometimes jealousy).

People work with Trump because of who he is. His reputation and accomplishments speak for themselves.

This is the attitude necessary for success.

You need to become like Donald Trump. When you show someone your opportunity, it is you who are doing them a favor.

You’re providing them with a chance to get out of the rat race. You’re giving them a road map to real financial freedom.

If they end up joining your team, they should actually be thanking you!

I think too often we approach things from a position of total weakness. We act desperate and pushy, not at all like a CEO.

All of this goes back to the idea of running your business like an actual business.

Do you feel as if you’re in charge?

Are you the one calling the shots?

Do you possess something that is valuable and worthwhile?

How you answer these questions is evident by your behavior. Deep down you know if you’re acting like a CEO.

I struggled for a long time with this same issue, and I came to understand that developing this mentality takes concentrated effort.

If you find that you’re currently struggling to express confidence and leadership in your business, then you might want to examine some things.

Are you doing something that you truly believe in?

Are you consistently working on your personal development?

Are you challenging yourself and pushing your comfort zone in an effort to expand your enterprise?

Your reason why should be driving you. It should be propelling you forward through any mental obstacles.

What made you want to start your own business? That reason should keep your fire burning!

What are your thoughts on this issue?

Do you think too many people run their business from a position of weakness?

Leave a comment below with your thoughts.

Yours in Financial Freedom,

Alex Levandoski

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