Breaking Down Barriers

Posted at October 19, 2022 Posted In Mindset, Investing, Newsletter, Strategies

This month, I want to talk about barrier breakers. In your own life, what would you define as your “glass ceiling”?

We each have a unique experience, tough hurdles that we’ve had to overcome. But how do you break that? How do you get through? We all know about “mindset”. We’ve heard it but wow, is it so powerful.

In my previous content, we’ve always talked about setting goals and having a vision.

Those are amazing tools to keep your mindset in check. But at the same time, it’s so important to just be present and not miss what’s happening around you.

Because you’re working non-stop… always on the phone… and you’ve got a Zoom on… you’ve got a webinar… You catch my drift?

Your attention isn’t always where it’s needed the most.

I want you to take a moment to reassess your mindset. Really look at those relationships around you and pour into some of the existing ones that you need to nurture.

How strong are your relationships?

That’s really important to know because strengthening your relationships will help you in breaking down barriers.

Here are a few inspiring statements that explain this:

  1. Your support system can get you through anything.
  2. It’s not always what you know, it’s who you know.
  3. Trust in the ‘Six Degrees of Separation’.

Let me expound on the last point.

We are all connected in a network of individuals.

Everyone knows 10 people you don’t know. 1 person, if they’re the right person, can lead you to a million people. We are all in the business of relationships.

Who are you connecting with today? What is the 1 thing that they can do for you — or that you can do for them — that will move the most lives?

When you operate in this mindset, you will realize that the relationship is so much more important than the transaction.

The last piece of advice I want to impart today is to take time to celebrate.

Celebrate your failures and your successes because without some failures, you’re not going to be as successful as you can be.

That being said, success is defined by your own criteria. This ties into us each having our own unique experience.

The hurdles that you’ve faced are also something uniquely your own. So don’t compare your journey to someone else’s. That’s so easy to say, but really hard to do.

Instead, set your criteria and celebrate your failures because it’ll make you a better person.

It will provide you with a lot of humility and you’ll be highly approachable.

If you’d like to talk about anything I discussed, let’s schedule a call!

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