As I have mentioned in previous posts, entrepreneurship is not for the faint-hearted. It takes hard work and dedication to be an effective entrepreneur. It takes even more to be an extraordinarily successful entrepreneur.
So, if you are looking for ways to level up your entrepreneurial game, take note of what some of the most successful entrepreneurs do. And start implementing these strategies in your everyday life in order to achieve optimal success.
Vibrate on a High Frequency
Extraordinarily successful people in any area of life vibrate on a high frequency. By high frequency, I mean that these individuals focus on the positive. And they stay away from people, places, things, and ideas that cause them to operate on a low-level vibration. They don’t get stuck in negativity. Instead, they use challenges to drive them forward. They also remain focused on their goals.
Successful entrepreneurs do the same thing. They don’t focus on what’s wrong in a situation. Instead, they find ways to make situations better. This is what makes them highly successful. They find solutions to everyday problems and use these solutions to propel the world forward through ingenuity and innovation.
Highly productive, successful entrepreneurs usually spend a good deal of time visualizing the future. Productive entrepreneurs also tend to spend time in natural environments as a means of refreshing their energy. These activities contribute to high vibrational input and output.
In general, successful entrepreneurs stay away from drama, gossip, and like. Instead, they focus their energy on generating positivity in their environments. Having a clear, free mind allows these individuals to continuously produce and create high-quality products and services.
Limit Unnecessary Distractions
In order to be successful, you must limit the number of distractions in your life. This includes social media, television, games, etc. You will find that the average entrepreneur who consistently produces high-quality goods or services spends little time engaged with social media. That is unless social media is a significant part of their work. Even then, they usually limit their consumption of personal social media to a great extent.
Most successful entrepreneurs that I know minimally engage with social media on a personal level. Few of them have active personal social media accounts. Instead, they spend the majority of their time honing their craft. They can easily spend 8-10 hours a day perfecting their business or improving their skillset. Outside of this time, they tend to be engaged in high-vibrational activities that refuel them with energy and innovative ideas.
So if you want your business to go to the next level, reduce unnecessary distractions from your life. Serious-minded people who want to take their lives to the next level don’t get caught up in diversions. They use their time wisely by engaging in activities that will propel them forward.
Limit Friendships and Social Connections
Socializing is probably the greatest barrier to being a highly productive entrepreneur. I know plenty of highly skilled individuals who can produce immaculately superior goods and services. I see this dynamic quite often with my clients. However, they have failed time and again at entrepreneurship. This is because they spend too much time and energy focused on their social life.
These same individuals can spend hours talking on the phone or dawdling on social media. They can spend even more time going out with their friends and engaging in meaningless activities. However, as soon as it is time to put in work, they run away from their responsibilities. They can’t seem to find a proper work-life balance that helps them achieve their entrepreneurship goals.
Being a successful entrepreneur takes hard work and dedication. It means spending as little time as possible engaged in mindless or nonproductive activities. This doesn’t mean that you have to let go of all of your friendships if you want to be a successful entrepreneur. But it does mean that you need to spend more time developing yourself and your business than on your social connections.
It may even mean letting go of certain people from your life. And this is not necessarily a bad thing if these people are not serving your highest good. That’s why it is important to examine who you have in your life.
The most successful entrepreneurs that I know ended up having to let go of many people from their tribe before they began to experience true success. This is often because those people were holding them back with apathetic, jealous, envious, or competitive beliefs and behaviors.
So if you find yourself in a similar situation as you begin your journey into entrepreneurship, don’t be afraid to let go of people who aren’t serving your greatest good. Be sure to exercise wisdom and diplomacy when making such decisions. But don’t hold on to people, places, things, or ideas that aren’t helping you to grow and progress.