Have you ever met anyone who said “I can’t do this because… (external factors)…” or “I have many problems in my life, because … (external factors)…?
I have met many people like that in my life and feel the compelling need to write this article to share with people who feel that way about what I have been practicing in my own personal life. I refer to this concept/philosophy as ” Life Entrepreneurship” on how to solve your life’s problems by taking full ownership of your life.
If you are willing to think that everything that happens to you happens because of you or at least has something to do with you, you will be able to take full responsiblity to change the situation you are in.
If you can do that, most of the problems in your life will get solved. I have been practicing life entrepreneurship myself and I see amazing results in my life and that’s why I am here to share with you about #LifeEntreprenueurship.
Imagine your life as a “company” that you have full ownership of it. As a company/business owner, you must do whatever it takes to make your business a success and everyone in your “company” and “clients” matters to your business’ success.
Your role as a “life business owner” is not to just impress or please your clients but also to be able to motivate your employees by maintianing good relationship with them.
If there are any problems in any “departments” of your life, you will do your best to investigate them to find out the root cause, to understand them, to solve them and to prevent similar problems from happening in the future.
If you view your “life company” from an employee’s perspectives, you may think someone else should solve the problems, especially if the problems isn’t within your job scope nor department.
The truth is, in our own life, we are not only responsible for our lives, but those around us as well.
If your boss, colleagues, friends, and family members are not treating you well, do you think it is their problems alone?
If you have been living life of a mediocre with unfulfilled wish and dreams, who should be responsible for it?
If you are single because you always have difficulty finding/maintaining meaningful relationships with anyone, is it really because of you are just unlucky in love?
Do you listen to your life’s employee and customers’ feedback or just ignore them?
Do you have a proper life management plan and strategies to live a successful and fulfilling life or just leave everything to fate?
If you aren’t getting the results you want in your life, will you be open to adjusting your approach?
Author and Coach: Natalie Guo
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