Business Management Coaching Tip – Beliefs Doom Business Success

Business Management Coaching Tip – Beliefs Doom Business Success[EXTRACT]
With all the talk about a shrinking economy, a recession looming on the horizon, oil over $100 a barrel, a lot of business owners and those involved in management appear to be believing this talk. Accepting all of this negative business talk will eventually doom them.A wise man once said: No one can defeat us unless we first defeat ourselves. This individual understood through his own extensive experience that defeat starts within you, your thoughts and ultimately your beliefs.What happens when you believe something whether it is the talk of so called experts to the accepted traditional knowledge, you start aligning your actions to those beliefs. In business, you probably make less sales calls because why bother since business is bad for everyone. Business Management Coaching Tip: The major news networks predicted 40 of the last 3 actual recessions.

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Would Thomas Edison have continued his numerous experiments if he believed what everyone else believed? No! His response was “I learned 5,000 (or 10,000 depending upon whom you read) ways not to invent a light bulb.”Your daily behaviors demonstrate that you have less enthusiasm about selling, about conducting the purpose of business. People who meet you sense this about you and truly do not want to spend any time with you. Business Management Coaching Tip: Think Law of AttractionA cascade affect begins to kick in. This affect has been identified as the self-fulfilling prophecy. You now believe the record playing in your brain. Your thoughts drive your attitudes that direct your actions. Now, failure breeds failure as much as success breeds success.

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You are the architect of your success be it business or personal. Defeat comes to those who believe in defeat. And this wise man who uttered these words, understood the possibility of defeat probably better than anyone else in the 20th century. He was President and General Dwight D. Eisenhower who was responsible for the invasion of Normandy during WWII also know as “D” Day.