When entrepreneurs are confronted with adversity and uncertainty,they have the chance to reflect deeply on their previous actions, where theyare now, and the course they want to follow moving forward.
While the COVID-19 epidemic has caused significant changes in theway we do business, it has also forced entrepreneurs to view their businessesthrough new eyes, as we must now adapt to a new reality in order to succeed.
Five entrepreneurs from around the world share their stories and acrucial lesson they've learned about creating new chances in extraordinarytimes.
Make Your Mental Health A Priority
Leah Peters (M.S.) is a licensed nutritionist and fitnessprofessional who combines science and mindset work to promote long-term mind,body, and soul improvements. To establish the groundwork for deep thought-transformation, she uses a combination of meditation, subconscious reprogramming, and heightened self-awareness activities.
According to Leah, potential multiplies when entrepreneurs recognizethat business success and personal wellness are inextricably linked.
“Successful business owners recognize the need of consistency whenit comes to building a profitable company, but many miss out on money byneglecting their health.
Break Free From Your Self-Sabotaging Beliefs
Liam James Collins is the co-founder of The Coaching Masters, anonline coaching training platform with a multi-seven-figure revenue stream.
Liam is on a mission to make having a life coach as fashionable ashaving a personal trainer, and he works with businesses and others to overcomelimiting beliefs that have held them back for years. Our greatest opportunities lie just outside our limiting ideas, so it's critical to conquer them if we want to achieve our objectives and dreams.
Consider All Of Your Options Before Going All-In
Ryan Kalish is a former professional baseball outfielder who is nowa mental acuity coach, angel investor, and inventor in the United States. In 2010and 2012, he was a member of the Boston Red Sox, and in 2014 and 2016, he was a member of the Chicago Cubs. Ryan discovered Pilates to be an effective tool for maintaining a healthy body and mind, and now teaches it to individuals all around the world through mental acuity coaching. He emphasizes the need of learning from others rather than having a "know-it-all" mentality. “When you start to feel like you know everything, you lose the possibility for growth,” he says.
Look For Opportunities In The Midst Of Uncertainty
Chris Jenkins is the founder of Giovvani, a premium sneaker businessthat focuses on clean, luxury, and minimally designed shoes. Jenkins is aUK-born entrepreneur and E-commerce expert. He also owns and runs a number of drop shipping businesses.
Chris is a risk-taking entrepreneur who sees potential inunpredictability. “Grit and perseverance in achieving your objectives arecrucial. You must not allow it to tear you down, and you must have unwavering faith in yourself. I failed at roughly ten different enterprises before quitting to run something more profitable, and everything has evolved from there."