What Role Does Your Attitude Play in the Success of Your Business

There are many distractions that business owners are faced with on a day to day basis. The challenge is when business owners get distracted by external elements they lose their focus and their ability to build and/or sustain a successful business.

Allowing distractions to control your actions can be a recipe for disaster whether the economy is thriving or suffering.

So today I would like to share with you the number one key that separates successful business owners from unsuccessful business owners.

What is it? Attitude!

No it isn’t earth shattering. And I know that you already know this. However, it doesn’t matter what you know, it matters what you do with what you know.

Why is attitude so important? Very simply put, life changes when you look at it differently. Instead of focusing on all the challenges you are faced with and telling yourself and others why you can’t be successful right now, how would you benefit from asking yourself, “How do I make my business work in this economy?”

In order to do this you need to follow three fundamental principles of success: Ownership, accountability and responsibility.

Moving forward you must take ownership of your life, hold yourself accountable for your actions and take responsibility for your results.

How good are you at taking ownership of your life, holding yourself accountable for your actions and taking responsibility for your results?

If you find yourself blaming others, making excuses and living in denial then you have plenty of room for improvement.

As soon as you are committed to taking action to improve your attitude and the success of your business, please contact me or the nearest ActionCOACH directly. Your success is our business!

Author: Jeremy L. Barbee, Certified Business Coach

Jeremy L. Barbee is a certified business coach with ActionCOACH and owner of an aviation insurance agency. Jeremy has worked in multiple industries from family owned businesses to global billion dollar corporations. He has coached, trained and lead organizations for over 15 years. Jeremy has been responsible for managing $125 million in annual revenue and cutting operating expenses by nearly 40 %. When he is not coaching organizations he enjoys spending time with his wife and 4 kids.

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