Have a posture of success. Play the game as if you’ve already won. Even if you haven’t done anything yet, you can still position yourself at the top through comp plans and associating with other leaders who are at the top. That posture of success will also have an impact on where you are coming from. Imagine this, your doorbell rings, it’s the mail-man with your residual earnings check for the month. You tell your partner or spouse that you’re going to the bank (who is now home with you as well), you get in your new car and drive away with the peace that everything is going to be Ok. It’s a good feeling and it’s just fine to know that you have the potential to create whatever your family needs.
If you feel like you don’t really know how to push that red hot button, I can tell you that it doesn’t take much more than a little digging. You probably won’t have to dig to deep either. You simply have to think about how you feel. In other words you have to dig within yourself.
Acknowledge your fear(s) – Starting your own business is scary. These days, almost everyone needs some kind of job to pay the bills. And starting your own business with no guaranteed pay check can be scary, especially if you have a family to support. But you can’t let your fear keep you from trying. Instead, to combat fear, educate yourself. Hit the library a couple days a week and read as many businesses and start up books as you can to educate yourself about all the aspects of running your own business.