Business can be reinvented if you allow yourself the ability to rethink things. One of the keys in The 3 Laws of Empowerment is knowing that you can change your direction, that you can reset your course, that you are indeed empowered. You can execute plans the way you want.
Your business can be re-engineered. You are not stuck in one place. Regardless of where you are now, things can go differently in the future.
I have worked with business owners who have completely rethought their time investment and changed the way their businesses are run. They have freed themselves to go in different directions. They felt empowered and knew what the new direction was.
If you are starting to feel stuck, I encourage you to stop. Think about where you are, how you got there, and why. Build a new vision of the future. Think about what you want your future to be. Then start to work backward, and decide what you need to change now to start going from here to there.
Take that first step. Start moving towards that next thing that you want to accomplish, and start building in that direction. As you take that first step forward, you are going to start building momentum toward where you want to be.
What has been your process? Have you ever felt stuck? How did you break out of it? Join us in the comments below and let us know.
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This posting is intended to be a tool to familiarize readers with some of the issues discussed herein. This is not meant to be a comprehensive discussion and additional details should be discussed with your attorneys, accountants, consultants, bankers and other business planners who can provide advice for your circumstances. Each case is unique. Past results do not guarantee future outcomes. This article should not be treated as legal advice to any person or entity. Freeimages.com/photographer lionel gosseries.
About the Author
R. Shawn McBride is the Chief Innovation Officer at McBride For Business, LLC. His signature keynote, The 3 Laws of Empowerment, gives audiences an entertaining look at how they can prepare, plan and protect themselves. You can email R. Shawn McBride or (214) 418-0258.