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Why I Am Allergic To The Word Hustle & A Business Hustle Antidote

Are you so busy hustling you've lost focus of what is really important and struggling to get clear in the sea of blur you find yourself in?

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Hustle.

Hustle.

Hustle.

Yeah… nah!

Honestly I think I read or heard this word shared a bazillion times last year and for every one of those time I felt a physical reaction. Shivers. Skin crawling. Tightness in my chest like I couldn’t breathe. Frustration. Annoyance. Physical and emotional responses you’d expect in an allergic reaction.

It is not a word that works for me. In fact I avoid it as much as possible and I am going to tell you why.

In a nutshell it is the opposite to every single thing I stand for. It creates an image of working waaaaaaaay to hard. It makes me feel like I have to spend every waking moment taking big, bold action if I am going to get anywhere. It makes me feel like I’m not doing enough…

“Get with the hustle…”
“Hustle your way to success…”
“It is all in the hustle…”

Says who? I’d honestly like to know because I do not subscribe to the word and all it stands for. In fact I think it is discouraging and even patronising as a word to use to motivate any business owner to take action. I am not voting for more business hustle, or life hustle.

With a huge focus on making things easier in business I am a lover of building confidence and resilience, taking action after considered planning, working with the best mentors you can find who will support you, not berate you when they decide what you are doing isn’t enough.

That is not ok.

It happens out there in the business world all the time.

Doesn’t mean it is ever going to be ok.

In all the years I’ve coached, taught and mentored business owners and worked with psychology (decades now) I know from personal experience that setting someone up to work hard can get results. Doing that in a way that implies they are not enough does not get results.

I do not exactly know why, but the use of the word hustle conjures up thoughts and feelings of not enough. Like it is somehow a label dictating you must do more, push more, be more, and keep flogging yourself until you get somewhere awesome. Then do it all again with more effort and more, dare I say, hustle!

Business Hustle Allergy | Shannon Bush Business Coach Perth Australia

To hustle: to push or force ones way!
To hustle: to try to persuade someone, especially to buy something, often illegally

I am true to my #MentorTeacher archetype and love to research to understand. When I googled the word hustle to explore its definition these are the words I found staring back at me;

“push roughly, jostle”

“swindle, fraud”

“obtain by forceful action”

Ok so I clearly see why my response is so allergic in nature each time I hear this word. Everything about those various definitions goes against the grain of who I am as a #LiberatorEngineer and #InspirerBeliever. Those two archetypes are about freedom and lifting others up. They are about doing things easier and celebrating action and success and knowing it is deserved in all its forms. They are also about doing less to achieve more, riding on the waves of excitement and actively using your strengths to create more effortlessness.

I looked for pictures related to the word hustle because I love a visual understanding of things too. All I saw were pics of people racing around, jostling to get ahead, struggling to crack the success ceiling, frustrated faces blurring through rush hour crowds, lost souls seeking connection and recognition.

Yeah more evidence for me to repel from all hustle. Don’t get me wrong. I work my butt off to achieve what I achieve. I put in the hours. I get results. I learn from the challenges I face or the mistakes I make.

I value every single day I get to lead a business.

I value my choices and my actions and know they lead to the results I experience. I get fristrated. I feel overwhelmed just like the rest of you. Yet I refuse to align myself with the business hustle or life hustle.

The daily grind hustle.

The side hustle.

The everyday hustle.

The focused hustle.

The get sh!t done hustle.

Business hustle like all the hustles just scream “too busy”, “too much”, “I don’t have time for me, or you, or anyone”, “I have to push, push, push” and so many more things that are overwhelming my head as I write this article.

I feel tired. Is it time for a nap to escape the business hustle for a moment?

If you listen to the hustle subscribers no naps are allowed. You are too busy!

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If you're not hustling, then what are you doing?
The business hustle antidote exists!

So I’ve gone on a lot about why the whole business hustle, or in fact just hustle doesn’t work for me.

True. But all that had a point.

I hope it got you thinking about what you’re really saying when you’re talking life hustle, family hustle, side hustle, business hustle, any hustle.

In place of this way of referencing your amazing commitment and how hard you might work I’d like to suggest you try using different language.

Language that focuses on the pure simplicity of support, mostly focused on your support of YOU!

Talk about your accomplishments. Start with the little things. Be your own cheerleader. Give credit where credit is due.

Celebrate all the wins.

Do so loudly.

Regularly.

Fiercely even.

Look at welcoming a state of simplicity by welcoming in a state of ease. Of effortlessness. Of flow and momentum. Do this by remembering you have choices to make, choices about your response, your actions, your beliefs.

Choose YOU. Don’t choose hustle.

Business Hustle Allergy | Shannon Bush Business Coach Perth Australia | lost in the hustle | simplicity

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What is the Amazon #1 Best-selling book The Thrive Factor about? The Thrive Factor book includes 12 personal leadership Archetypes for women in business, providing valuable information for each archetype on its expression of mindset, marketing, money and magnetism. 

You Thriving Is My Agenda

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With the recent release of my new book The Thrive Factor, writing has been something I have been doing a lot of lately. A couple of weeks back I felt compelled to share something I felt totally needed sharing. I did so in my awesome Facebook group for women in business, The Thriving Entrepreneur Circle. > you can join here if you like and read the post!

Well what I shared rang true for a lot of the Thrivers in the group and i also had a bit of a realisation. I haven’t been sharing much written work here on my blog so I am planning to do more of that moving forward. I have loads to say. Loads to share and what better place to do so in the written word that right here hey?

So between the numerous podcast episodes and sharing of the amazing business women in my community, you’ll find more mindset, money, marketing and magnetism focused articles from me.

And as I embark on a new manuscript (already underway) I’ll share how that is progressing and what it’s all about.

Stay tuned. For now, I hope what you read below inspires you to get out of your own darn way and get on with thriving.

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You Thriving Is My Agenda...
It always has been!

You know what… when you get out of your own darn way and simply allow yourself to be MORE of who you are incredible things happen

when I first began pulling the pieces of the puzzle together to create what is now known as The Thrive Factor archetypal profiling framework in 2010 I had a very clear vision of my intention

I was determined to change women’s lives for the better

I wanted you to have more confidence
I wanted you to have more joy
I wanted you to know your purpose and to express it without needing permission from anyone
I wanted you to be more creative
To be more connected
I wanted you to love who you are
I wanted more curiousity, play and acceptance for you
I wanted you to connect with your innate potential and show it to the world
I wanted you to celebrate more
I wanted you to celebrate YOU more
I wanted you to know your effortless success zone and to choose to be in that space as much as you wanted and needed to
I wanted the world for you, and the stars and every cosmos beyond
I wanted friendship and connection for you
I wanted you to totally thrive

What do I want for you (and every woman in business – in fact on this planet) now?

All of the above personified. I want all of that for you but on a much bigger, bolder scale.

How can you create this and more for yourself?

Get out of your own darn way.

Choose effortlessness.

Choose to totally thrive.

Choose to discover your Thrive Factor

You do not need anyone’s permission
Make the commitment and make it happen

Big love

#BusinessYoda

p.s. photo credit Tanita Seton – Tanita Seton Photography

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What is The Thrive Factor all about? 12 personal leadership Archetypes for women in business and how they impact your mindset, marketing, money and magnetism!

The Thrive Factor Book Launch is happening soon!

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Super excited to let you know about something very cool that is happening very soon. In fact in the next week or two…

My new book is launching!

After what seems like forever, this book is finally coming to life and the date my team and I are working towards is a Kindle launch for end of January 2019 swiftly followed by the launch of the paperback version.

The best way to be the first to hear how you can get your copy is to register your interest at www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au. We will send an email out as soon as we have more information, which should be very soon.

What’s the book about?  Well if you have followed me for any length of time you will know about the archetypal personal leadership framework I created in 2010 and 2011. It was featured in my Amazon best selling book in 2013, Personal Leadership Style.

Back then I was working with the archetypes with my female clients and focusing on their personal attributes, strengths and challenges. However I was nearly solely working with women in business and so began to map the things I was seeing repeated for each archetype in relation to mindset, marketing, money and magnetism. The information was consistently well received when I shared it with clients and participants in programs like Market To Thrive.

So in 2017 I began taking the dream of writing a new book and started to put the words together. It’s been a mamoth task that has involved many people and it is now so close to being no longer a dream, but a reality.

Over the last couple of years my fascination with thriving has also evolved and deepened/ It seemed only right to me to review what the framework was previously christened. So the archetypes are now referred to as the Thrive Factor Archetypes and this new book is all about you, as a business woman, getting to know yourself, unlocking your effortless success zone and totally thriving.

Cannot wait to hear what you think about it when you get to read it.

For now, though, head to www.thethrivefactorbook.com.au and register your interest.

Let’s get excited about thriving! Totally thriving!

LOE 074 | Recovering from Not Enough w/ Bronwen Sciortino


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074 | Recovering from Not Enough with Bronwen Sciortino and Shannon Bush

Welcome to episode 074 of the Law of Effortlessness Podcast with #businessyoda Shannon Bush and recovering perfectionist Bronwen Sciortino!

Bronwen is an internationally renowned Author, Simplicity Expert and Professional Speaker who spent almost two decades as a high-powered, award-winning executive before experiencing a life-changing event that forced her to stop and ask the question “What if there’s a better way to live?”

Bronwen spends every day teaching people there are other ways to live so they can reduce stress, build resilience and easily make changes in their everyday lives – building to a more meaningful life and improved mental and physical health and wellbeing. Bronwen blogs regularly for global platforms, and has been featured in ‘The Book of Amazing People’, ‘Reboot Your Life – Phoenix Edition’, and ‘Successful Women in Business – Winners Edition’. She is regularly invited as a guest interviewee on blogs, podcasts, radio, Facebook Live, YouTube and member sites situated throughout the world.

Bronwen works with people globally through corporate programs, conference platforms, retreats, professional mentoring and in the online environment. She shares her secrets to success and inspires individuals to simplify their lives and embrace the concept of an economy of enough.

Tune into this episode to hear how Bronwen began the process of recovery from “Not Enough” – you’ll hear how for four years she woke every day, exhausted and losing the dexterity in her hands to the extent she couldn’t hold a glass – and the incredibly powerful moments that changed her life and now have her sharing these insights, globally – and knowing and believing in her wholeness, that she is enough.

Shannon and Bronwen have a candid discussion on the idea of “Not Enough” including how it shows up in self-talk, and the sometimes shocking way we can unconsciously refer to ourselves – and of course, the small but practical ways we can take steps to begin the process of change. You’ll also hear about the heartwarming, and heartbreaking process of writing her books and a lively chat on why we need to stop following prescription self-help that doesn’t work, and learning who we are, and what works for us.

Stay tuned to the end to hear about a special give away for Thriving Entrepreneur Circle members!

Notable Quotes and Pearls of Wisdom

“Stop this following business – you’re stressed and exhausted. Don’t follow what someone else has done, because it hasn’t been made for you. Find your own answers.” – Bronwen

“Remember, you have decades of training in talking negatively to yourself. This will take time.” – Bronwen

“It’s tiny little steps that will make big changes in your life.” – Bronwen

Connect with Bronwen in these places

Facebook www.facebook.com/bronwensciortinoauthor

Website www.sheiqlife.com

Instagram @bronwensciortino_author

Connect with Shannon in these places:

Creative Possibility www.creativepossibility.com.au

Thriving Entrepreneur Circle Facebook group for women in business http://bit.ly/tecircle

Email thrive@creativepossibility.com.au with your comments, questions and episode suggestions!

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LOE 071 | Building a Thriving Business from Your Heart w/ Sonia Lyn

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Building a Thriving Business from the Heart

Have you ever been caught between doing what your heart desires, and effective business strategy? 

Welcome to episode 072 of LOE Podcast with your #businessyoda, Shannon Bush! Today’s episode features Sonia Lyne, from Dandelyne. Join Shannon in a brilliant discussion with Sonia around building thriving authentic maker business, chatting about creating an appreciation for your product, with open and genuine communication between herself and her audience, and talking heart over strategy.

This conversation will remind you to come back into your heart space, to remember why you’re doing what you’re doing, with Sonia’s best tips for checking back in with your heart when things aren’t perhaps going so well, or your making a big shift in your business whether it’s a creative leap or working through tough emotions. Shannon and Sonia chat about communicating with your people – connecting and networking with the right people, through the right format. Sonia is also celebrating becoming a published author of her first book – and, about the common fears round copy-cats and how to handle it gracefully.

You’ll also hear some incredible tips on how to get the support you need in your thriving business in the beginning, and where to look for help and support to grow your business.

Sonia is the designer and face behind Dandelyne™. The home of the original miniature embroidery hoop. Dandelyne™ is about small-scale embroidery projects that are satisfying, rewarding, soul-boosting and frankly, just look so darn cute on any outfit. Her business began in 2011. Sonia chose to design and stitch her first family portrait; her family’s. Sonia learned to embroider at the age of 7 and had not embroidered since. However, on numerous occasions over the years she remembered how it made her feel: EUPHORIC. The little flame that was ignited so many years ago suddenly became an enormous, crazy bushfire! As Sonia stitched, she found herself daydreaming not only about small and simple embroidery projects but also about small, teeny tiny embroidery hoops. To quote the film Robots, “See a need, fill a need.” Sonia thought if she wanted tiny projects and tiny hoops there must be others who wanted these too! At the time she designed the Dandelyne miniature hoop there was absolutely nothing like it out there, and Sonia is proud to say that she is the original designer. Now, Stitchers worldwide can frame their stitchy awesomeness and wear it loud and proud in a Dandelyne mini embroidery hoop.

Notable Quotes and Pearls of Wisdom

“My best business decisions come from my heart.”

“Consistency of communication and authenticity are instrumental for your business to grow.”

“Copy the bajeezus out of other people, it develops your style – but don’t sell it and leave it uncredited.”

“If you’ve got an idea and you want to do it, do it. Once that fire calms down, check in with your finances.”

“Our greatest strengths can often be our greatest challenges.”

Connect with Sonia in these Cool Places:

Website: http://dandelyne.com/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dandelyne/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dandelyne

Find out More About Effortless Business Events:

www.effortlessbusinessevents.com.au

www.facebook.com/effortlessbusinessevents

Connect with Shannon in these places

Join the Thriving Entrepreneur Facebook group for women entrepreneurs

Her Facebook business page and on Instagram

Do you have a question or idea for a podcast episode?  Submit your ideas and questions to thrive@creativepossibility.com.au

Find out more about the Thriving Business Academy, launching December 2018 here.

LOE 059 | Live Coaching Call w/ Dietitian & Sugar Truthteller Nicole Bathurst

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Welcome to episode 059 with Dietitian Nicole Bathurst in a brand new, Live Coaching Call!

During this episode, you’ll hear Nicole’s journey about overcoming breast cancer and giving up sugar and her philosophy for living a long healthy life with ease and meeting clients where they are at in their life, with their objectives.

Nicole brings questions around the Ideal Client – desiring to really drill down into who her ideal client is. After revising her services, Nicole and Shannon discuss more specifically about who the Ideal Client for Nicole is – including mindset and emotional hurdles, bringing up key distinctions that assist Nicole to form her marketing copy and content. Shannon encourages Nicole to collect feedback and testimonials from past and existing clients and to use them in her promotions and newsletters and sharing case studies.

Together, Shannon and Nicole talk about simple but effective strategies that will showcase Nicole’s work, and attract the right kind of clients to her business.

Nicole helps women embrace their relationship with food and is able to unravel the years of confusion around “What is Healthy Food?”.

She is able to bring clarity to what to eat, and more importantly help you start the real food journey! You will get off the dieting roller coaster forever.

More importantly, you will be given the tools to successfully implement your goals. You will experience the freedom that comes from not being controlled by food. She has a way of explaining nutrition jargon in everyday language.

Nicole delights in seeing the freedom her clients experience when they are no longer slaves to their food choices and embrace the real food lifestyle.

Having been a Dietitian for over 25 years, and raising and home educating her 4 children during that time, Nicole has a depth of experience that translates into totally understanding where you are right now in your journey.

Mentioned Links and Links To Connect

Connect with Dietitian Nicole Bathurst via her website here and on Facebook here.

Connect with Shannon in these places

Join the Thriving Entrepreneur Facebook group for women entrepreneurs

Her Facebook business page and on Instagram

Do you have a question or idea for a podcast episode?  Submit your ideas and questions to thrive@creativepossibility.com.au

Notable Quotes & Pearls Of Wisdom

“The more you know, the more you realize you don’t know!” – Nicole Bathurst

“I don’t want to give you a diet-I want to educate and empower you so YOU can make the decisions that are right for you.” Nicole Bathurst

“The people you really want to work with – what else is going on with them emotionally?” – Shannon Bush

Engaging Customers Doesn’t Just Have To Be About New Customers

Tired Of Looking For New Customers?
Are Your Staying Connected With ALL The Customers Already In Your Business?

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Every business owner wants to know the strategy for engaging customers.

It’s been a month or so of very interesting conversations with small business owners in my network, including clients. I frequently find themes in these valuable interactions and recently there’s been an enthusiastic desire to attract more clients.

Reality for every business owner is we all need a regular stream of new customers or clients. It’s equality a reality this can be the biggest consistent challenge you face daily as a business owner.

I’m all ready to jump in and provide practical strategies to attract more customers, but I have found myself also bringing people back to something I see being missed. Missed all the time.

The question to ask at this point is “are you picking the low hanging fruit in your business?”

Let me explain why I ask, starting with what low hanging fruit refers to and why it matters.

Low Hanging Fruit by #businessyoda definition, is the easy pickings in your business. When I think what that might be I instantly think past and current customers and clients. It’s about engaging customers – or if you haven’t stayed in touch, re-engaging them

Why though? let me explain.

People you have already worked with already know you.

They probably also like you.

And you have built trust with them.

So the barriers (not a fav word of mine, but we are talking, things that could get in the eay) to them working with you again, or referring someone your way are lower than if you’re in the process of nurturing a prospect (someone looking for what you’re offering) along the steps to become a customer or client.

It takes a lot less energy, time, effort and expense to

  • re-engage a past client
  • offer them a new service or product you didn’t have when you worked together previously – be mindful the new offering MUST be of value to them before you share it
  • support these awesome people to refer to you

than it does to engage someone completely new into your business.

So how do you make this happen?

“Customers are assets to be cared for and nurtured” – Jeanne Bliss

Watch my recent Facebook Live about this very topic here!

Great question.

Here’s my top tips for reaching out and connecting with the low hanging fruit in your business

  1. Pick up the phone and give them a call
  2. Send an email to say hello
  3. Host a casual social event and invite a few people you know to join you
  4. Create a purposeful, value driven campaign to stay connected to past customers and clients (all of the above 3 steps are great things to include in your “campaign” BTW!

The most important part of the communication is to genuinely enquite how someone is and to ask if there’s something you can help them with.

Remember, these are people you know. You have worked with them. They’ve bought from you and possibly referred to you. Be personal and remember above all else, #peoplebuyfrompeople so be a human in your interaction.

With the number of sales pitches and all the repulsion marketing out there, be the person who stands out because you genuinely care. Let that lead the way and (in my experience), the rest of it becomes more effortless. Definitely magnetic to just be real and show you care.

Hope that helps? If you want to hear me chat about this in a short video I shared a Facebook Live on my business page recently. Have a watch.

p.s. the term “low hanging fruit” has been popular since the 1990’s and is often referred to as overuded business marketing speaK. I love a good cliche and can totally do a buzzword or four throwaround so I’ll keep using it 😉

Let me know what you think? what are you actively doing when it comes to engaging customers and clients you’ve worked with before?

When did you last reach out and say hello?

Comment below and let me know.

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Healthy Comparison Or Tired Of The Whole Comparison Thing?

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Healthy Comparison or Struck Down With Comparisonitis - are you Tired of the Whole Comparison Thing?

OMGoodness I could get into a lengthy rant about this topic.

I spend far too much time talking with business owners who are crippling themselves because they continue to compare. Now I am all for healthy comparison, but when it stops you in your tracks the process is getting way to much attention.

In the past few months I have seen the following happen thanks to #comparisonitis

  • a program halted a week before kick-off, even though it was close to a sell out. The amazing leader decided it still wasn’t good enough, so she cancelled everything, refunded everyone and I’ve seen nothing from her since
  • a business owner threaten to close her business because she felt like someone else (whom she knew personally) had opened the same business
  • a successful and well regarded speaker cancel three speaking gigs because she didn’t think she measured up to the others on the bill
  • a highly experienced business man with decades of expertise in a niche field decide he should just give up because there was too much competition with new kids on the block offering competitive prices. He missed the point of his decades of expertise and the fact he wasn’t marketing that!

These are just the big ticket items I got to hear about, not the day to day comparison that gets hold of you and wreaks havoc with your confidence and motivation.

"Comparison is the thief of joy" Theodore Roosevelt

I have to agree Mr Roosevelt; well agree in most instances. I do know there are some occasions where comparison can be healthy and useful. I’ll get to those shortly.

Firstly, did you realise there was such a thing as Comparison Theory? It’s a psychological phenomenon with a social twist, which I am certain has been magnified with the rise of social media.

According to Psychology Today, “social comparison theory states that we determine our own social and personal worth based on how we stack up against others. As a result, we are constantly making self and other evaluations across a variety of domains (for example, attractiveness, wealth, intelligence, and success).”

Comparison Theory is attributed to psychologist Leon Festinger, who first wrote about it in 1954. I am certain it’s been a human condition for a lot longer than that though, don’t you?

As a business owner there are a few hundred opportunities for comparison every time you open social media. Spend a moment on Facebook and you’re bombarded with all the ins and outs of what everyone else is doing.

It seems as human beings we are hard wired to use all that information being thrown our way to determine if we are ok or not ok.

It frustrates me when comparison becomes a judgement practice.

I get it’s a real thing and I see how it can be healthy (read on) but in my experience it tends to do more damage than good. Not all comparison experiences are created equal. Yet comparison seems to pull us in and make us spend valuable time weighing things up to draw conculsions.

Conclusions that could be right. Or they could be very wrong.

Don’t be the little goldfish in a big bowl trying to work out why the goldfish in the bowl next to you looks so big and fabulous!

Health Comparison | Comparisonitis | Shannon Bush Business Coach Perth | Marketing Strategy | Mindset

Comparison; worth killer or a healthy motivator?

Comparison isn’t all bad and that’s something we can all do with remembering. Comoarison can be powerful in shaping your personal and business identity. It can be a motivation to improve yourself, give your self-esteem a healthy boost and it can assist with overall satisfaction with your accomplishments.

There is such a thing as healthy comparison. I know, because it’s the kind I choose to invest time in when swayed to compare.

How do you experience Health Comparison?

The way I see it, it all comes down to perception and mindset. View the world with a healthy lens and be willing to see things as factually as you can and you are in a great position to benefit from comparison.

I’d love to just say “ignore all that stuff you see!”

“Don’t be tempted to google and check out your competitors!”

“Stay away from your unsubscribe list!”

“Run, don’t walk, from the latest life changing share you just read on social media!”

But the thing is, I am a realist. I also believe knowing what your industry standards are is healthy, And I believe it’s smart to know what your competitors are up to.

Not to derail yourself and totally rewrite your sales page. Instead, to be informed and then be in a better position to choose the way you’re going to proceed. That’s healthy comparison at it’s best.

When you choose to use the comparing you naturally do as a motivator it can bring you focus and generate momentum to get on with the things you want to achieve in your business.

So next time you feel compelled to compare ask yourself one or more of the following questions

  • How can I use this to to motivate myself?
  • What am I already doing that is equally as awesome?
  • What can I learn from what I discovered?

Have fun comparing and use what you discover to your advantage! In my experience the best comparing I’ve done in business is with my self.

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