073: How To Manage The Entrepreneurial Mindset When You’re In Survival Mode

Hosted by: Austin Brawner

We start a business because we want more freedom...but we often find ourselves with quite the opposite.

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We start a business because we want more freedom…but we often find ourselves with quite the opposite.

There are a lot of easier ways to make money than starting a business, but we don’t typically start a business for the money. We start them for the freedom a successful business can bring.

Yet we often find ourselves just trying to make it through the ups and downs, the highs and lows, the slow times and the overwhelming times, all of which make it feel like we’re always in that dreaded “survival mode”.

In this episode we’re going to discuss when we, personally, are stuck in survival mode, what it feels like for us, and how to get out of it, including our best tips, tricks, and habits for maximizing your mindset so you can better handle your business, your family, and other personal obligations.

Having the right entrepreneurial mindset is what keeps us going forward, but sometimes it’s easier said than done. We can help.

If you don’t change your mindset…don’t expect to see different results.

Key Takeaways from the Show

  • Where we’re at with Ecommerce Influence.
  • Why mindset has such a critical role in the entrepreneurial journey.
  • The most important piece of advice that Richard Branson gives and what that means for you.
  • What you should eliminate from your life and why.

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