You have outcome expectations
even if you don’t realize it.
Academy Award winner, Robert Duvall, was in a movie I enjoyed called “Secondhand Lions.” In one scene, his character tells his nephew, “If you wanna believe in something, believe in it. Just because something isn’t true doesn’t mean you can’t believe in it.” And there’s some truth in that for business owners. I call it outcome expectations.
Outcome expectations – you can believe what you choose to believe.
Even if it’s not currently true. Or even if it seems like there’s no way it’ll ever be true. And the outcome expectations you set for your business have a lot of influence on whether or not you’ll achieve your goals. I always tell my clients to focus on the outcomes they truly want. That’s the first, most powerful step, to make it all come true.
Your thoughts can have great power over your actions. And like I talked about in another article, your actions can conquer fear. Thoughts can control how you feel. And they can either be dark…or be a lighthouse in the dark. Good news is, you get to choose which way they’ll go. Wouldn’t you rather choose the lighthouse and go in the direction of your brightest hope? Well, that’s how you build your business better, too. First, focus on what you want. And then create a plan of action to get it.
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