It’s something I have to ask myself often on my journey to my first $1 million dollar year. How uncomfortable am I willing to get? The answer – VERY!
I remember the first time I told my husband that I loved him. We’d been dating for a little while and I knew we both had strong feelings for one another, but we hadn’t told one another we’d loved each other yet.
Even though I knew we had strong emotions, I wasn’t sure we were completely on the same page, but I knew if I didn’t tell him how I felt, I might risk losing him.
Telling him meant I had to get uncomfortable, but I was willing to do it.
Why? Because I had so much to gain.
And what did I discover by getting uncomfortable? That he felt the exact same.
It’s the same for us in business.
If we want our businesses to be successful, we need to do things that will make us a little uncomfortable.
Now I don’t mean super high-risk things, but things that push our envelope a little to allow us to grow, get more clients, and make more money.
Listen, I don’t like being uncomfortable any more than the next person, but I do know that some is required if I want to reach my desired goals – it’s the same for you.
The question for you on your journey to 6-figures and beyond- is how willing are you to get uncomfortable too?
Here are my thoughts on the matter…let me know below what yours are too…
Looking forward to your comments!
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