Millions of people around the world have the dream of owning their own business and, perhaps even more importantly, controlling their own time.
The trade-off we started making 150 years ago – trading our farms and small businesses for the security of a corporate job – has had mixed results. It created 100 years of the most robust middle class in human history. However, many have come to see the corporate world as too confining, controlling, and thankless.
If you’re one of those people, you yearn for time freedom, financial independence, and a lifestyle that gives you more time to experience all life has to offer.
These affirmations are for you. Oh, and just in case no one else has reminded you today, you are AWESOME!
It’s my firm belief that every human being has at least one book in them. It’s probably equally true that most of us have a business within us, if we’re willing to take the risk and face the challenges associated with bringing it to fruition.
If you’re on that journey now or you’re contemplating ways to get out of the rat race, do something closer to your life’s mission, and seize control of your financial future, the quotes will inspire and inform.
Just in case no one else has reminded you today, you are awesome!
This latest video on my YouTube channel is a series of affirmations targeted to small business owner and entrepreneurs.
The affirmations promote a positive mindset regarding your business and an encouraging message of forward progress. The affirmations are recorded in first and second-person for maximum impact. It’s suggested you listen with headphones and for about three weeks every day for best results.
1. I am a successful business owner.
2. Excellence is my personal brand. My commitment to it is unwavering.
3. I am attracting and finding new customers for my business every day.
4. My business grows by word of mouth every day.
5. My revenue and profit is growing every month.
6. I am finding new ways to expand my business with existing customers every day.
7. I am always adapting to meet my customers’ needs.
8. I offer world-class service at reasonable prices.
Just in case no one else has reminded you today, you ARE awesome!
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Let’s start by acknowledging the bias of the popular phrase work-life balance. The conditioning clearly places the emphasis on work. We’ll begin by flipping these two into their proper perspective. Work is something you fit into your life. Life is not something you live around work.
Certainly, there are companies that have an authentic concern for their employees’ well-being. If you work for one, congratulations. Most companies today give lip-service to life-work balance. It’s kind of politically correct to say it. The main thrust, though, seems to be rejuvenating yourself so you can get back on the job and contribute to the bottom line.
The fact is, with our 24/7 devices, most 21st century employees only get the life-work balance they create for themselves.
This is not an attack on going after your career goals. It is a reminder that your career goals are a part of you. They are not you.
These affirmations help you to focus on maintaining your life-work balance. Use the ones that resonate with you.
I give my job a solid 8. The rest belongs to me!
I have a job, but I refuse to let my job have me!
In the balance between life and work, I choose life!
I work hard and I claim my just rewards for my hard work!
Today and every day, I make time for career AND personal success!
Today I make time for work and time for me!
I am a high-achiever, but when I need downtime I recognize it and I take it!
You’re in the driver’s seat in your life. Don’t just go along for the ride!
Just in case no one else has reminded you today, you’re awesome!
Conscious, ethical profit is a wonderful thing. It’s the return on your labor and your genius. It’s wonderful, that is, until it becomes the sole motive in society. That can turn the noblest endeavors into pure evil.
The wonder quickly becomes a massive negative incentivizing things that ought not be incentivized. We often refer to profit as the bottom line, forgetting that in an enlightened society people must always be the bottom line.