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Shifting Your Mindset From “Lucky” to “Capable”

by | Sep 29, 2020 | Leadership, Performance Metrics | 0 comments

Do you want to know one of my pet peeves 😠….⁠ ⁠

It’s when someone casually dismisses their own or someone else’s success by saying, “it was lucky.” ⁠ ⁠ ⁠

The truth is that rarely someone is just “lucky.” What you may think is luck, is really a lot of hard work, determination, and accountability finally paying off. When you see success, it is because someone believed they could, and they did!⁠ ⁠

When you say that someone is “lucky” it implies that their success is not repeatable. However, serial entrepreneurs are successful because they have developed the skill set they need to succeed. And because it’s their skills, choices, and character that makes them successful, they can tackle any venture and succeed repeatedly.⁠ ⁠

It is time for a major mindset shift. The concept of “lucky” is not empowering, and it does not put you in the driver seat of your business (or life for that matter). Rather than waiting to “get lucky” or lamenting the fact you are not “lucky,” take charge and develop the skills you need to succeed.⁠ ⁠

👉🏻⁠ ⁠Stop thinking “lucky” and start thinking “capable.”

You are capable of success if you are willing to invest the effort, assume the accountability, and seize the opportunity. ⁠ ⁠

The skills that I help aesthetic business owners develop make them wildly successful because they learn how to be successful, not how to get lucky.⁠ ⁠

If you are ready to develop the skills that will make you capable of success, consider joining me next month in my private coaching program, Advanced Acceleration.

Sign up here! https://mailchi.mp/d9424779ac52/the-resiliency-factor-course-waitlist

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