This is no trite platitude. The most successful female entrepreneurs aren’t the ones that instantly succeed: They are the ones that get up, take notes of what didn’t work, brainstorm—and keep going!
True failure is never trying in the first place. Our worst worries, fear and paralysis behaviors and mindsets occur when we are focused inward—on ourselves.
Focus outward instead: On how you are going to help the person you are writing that book for; or how much it will help not just your client but other members of his team if you get your project in on time.
When we are focused on helping others, there is no room for worry.
There are many things in my life that work well, but many things just don’t and if you are like me these are the things that could be keeping you from your ultimate success and happiness. This is the year to make some big changes!
Please follow along and let’s stretch our limits and change our habits that no longer work – together. Over the next couple of months, I’m sharing some mind-hacks to help you create a whole new way of thinking geared to propel you towards not only your goals but a happier, successful life.
Are you ready to build your dream life? Even though it won’t happen overnight, it IS possible to make serious change, so you can recognize the right earning opportunities for your business.
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Talia Beckett Davis is the Founder of the Organization of American Women in Public Relations and the Organization of Canadian Women in Public Relations. She has worked with some of the largest brands in North America at her PR agency Pink Pearl PR to help them get featured in high profile media outlets and grow their sales.
Join the Public Relations Academy to take your creative ideas and put them into a systematic plan to help you deliver the content you need to succeed. You can also work with Talia one-on-one through monthly strategy calls.