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Women Entrepreneurs: How can I boost my Self Confidence?


Paint a picture of the future to channel your inner Boss Woman. Being aware of your inner critic is essential. As life-long high achievers, we may be over-demanding, blaming and telling ourselves we are not good enough. This negative energy can affect all aspects of our business, from our team, associates and clients. Focusing on the big and small picture is paramount.

THE BIG PICTURE

Concentrate on your manifest and vision, writing down at least 3 to 5 things you desire to happen within 12 months your believable, achievable realities. Having this visible and reviewing it each day keeps you focused on your goals.

THE SMALL PICTURE

Seeking to do one new thing each day pushes your business forward, building confidence in your achievement. Daily efforts bring long-term success.

STAY FOCUSED AS YOU MOVE OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE

Develop work habits that accommodate your natural flow.

-Determine your best work hours

-Start your day browsing your business data and keeping in tune with what can

continue and what adjustments need to occur.

-Seek out your network of people building authentic relationships. Each

introduction and opportunity build into the future of your business.

-Pressing forward, discarding the idea of quitting or giving up. Focusing on troubleshooting and solving any problems is a distinguishing quality of a

successful entrepreneur.

FOSTER TEAM RELATIONSHIPS

Seeking to slow down allows you to show up on a human level in communication, becoming a better leader to your team.

PRIORITIZE SELFCARE AND MENTAL HEALTH

The following guardrails can protect your personal and team wellness:

-Set aside 3hrs per/day for deep work with no interruptions.

-End at 1 pm on Fridays, allowing for a personal adventure into one's unique

creativity.

-Workout 4 times a week

-Sleep 8-9hours five nights a week

-Weekends are strictly non-business

-Seek to have personal conversations with family and team members every

2nd week to foster authentic connections.

As an entrepreneur seeking to put your needs first benefits not only yourself but also your team members and clients.

During this global pandemic, virtual adjustments had to be made within one's business, team members and clients.


At BonseBonse Real-time Bookkeeping, we are continually readjusting where necessary within our team and service to you our clients.


Friday, March 12, 2021

Written by: Sally Cooper

Reference: Brit Morin




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