The Two Things As A Business Owner You Must Protect or Risk Failing…

It’s incredibly hard being an entrepreneur.

Anyone that pretends it’s easy, and that riches beyond your dreams are there for the taking is a charlatan. Getting even a single additional customer can often be the damned hardest thing.

Which is why you need a fortress. Not one formed from stone with flags on the battlements. No, you need a fortress to protect TWO THINGS:

Your MIND and your TIME…

How you think, and what you do.

When it comes to success and the attraction of wealth, pretty much nothing else is going to matter.

If you can’t protect your productivity and you can’t protect your thinking, you are stuffed. Properly stuffed. 

We are, all of us, constantly under attack – whether it’s email, phone calls, social media, and more. And if you allow the barbarians even an inch across the ramparts, all your goals, plans, and strategies could well wind up in ruins.

For me, it’s why my holidays and time away is so important. Time to think, you see. Clearly. Without distraction. 

Your mind and your time. The two most valuable things for every entrepreneur, everywhere in the world. Today and every day. 

They need guarding and protecting – pretty much with your life because the life you lead is determined to a very large extent by how well you look after and nurture the pair of ’em. 

Man the barricades…

By Alan Adams

About 

As an award-winning business coach and bestselling author, Alan S Adams has helped hundreds of businesses across the UK to move from simply surviving to positively thriving. The publication of his second book Passion To Profit: 7 Steps To Building A Kick-Ass Agency and his third book, The Beautiful Business: Secrets to Sculpting Your Ultimate Clinic, sees him focus very specifically on creative agencies and aesthetic clinic sector, sharing advice and guidance with the potential to revolutionise turnover, client retention and overall growth. Alan was also recognised by Enterprise Nation as one of the UK’s Top 50 Advisors and APCTC Coach of The Year Finalist.

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