As women entrepreneurs we are faced with making decisions, some of them are hard and we can get stuck. In these moments we have to “Choose our Hard”, acting on something is hard and not acting is also hard.
“If you think you can, or you can’t, you’re right.” ~ Henry Ford
Listen to this week’s Ready for More! Podcast weekly tip where I share 5 steps to help you choose your hard.
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The cost of Choosing Your Hard:
There is a cost to not doing something and there is a cost to doing something. It is important to understand both size of a hard choice.
|Not Doing it||Doing it|
|– It keeps getting bigger|
– You loose the opportunity
– You stop growing
|– It gets easier each step as your confidence grows|
– Acting will create growth for your business
5 Steps to Choosing your Hard:
Often once you choose your hard and act it becomes easier. Sometimes it even become second nature, like driving a car, we all remember how hard it seemed the 1st time you got behind the wheel. Here are 5 steps that you can follow when you choose your hard.
- Start it – create accountability and support
- Break it down to S.M.A.R.T. goals
- Celebrate each step
- Challenge the voice in your head
- Acknowledge when hard becomes easier
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