#LIKEABOSS // ARE YOU WORKING LIKE A BOSS OR AN EMPLOYEE?
Hey hey pretty babes!👯
Let me ask you a very important question-- are you working like an employee or a BOSS in your business?
Are you focusing on getting ahead, or are you too busy just trying to "keep up"?
Today I wanted to chat a little about how we can all learn to not only start thinking, but also acting #LIKEABOSS.
The first step is to determine who we are now, and who we want to be!
Today, let's dig a little deep and look at some important things that make up who we are!
💗What are your values? – You can determine your values by your former actions when confronted with a problem or decision that you had to overcome or make. These are the times that your real values emerge, not just the ones you say you believe in. Look back on your own choices and determine your real values. If you have made mistakes and gone against your core values, identify those times and determine how you can make a different choice.
💁🏻What are your skills? – Even if you’re not currently an entrepreneur, you already have skills that you can put to use as an entrepreneur. Make a list of what you do today. Focus on the deliverables that you provide your employer without too much help from others. These are the skills that you have that should be the basis of your entrepreneurial venture.
💪🏻What are your strengths? – You’ve heard the idea that you need to leverage your strengths but how do you even know what they are? Using one of the self-assessments mentioned above, you can find out what your strengths are. When you know them, try to be honest so that your results come out realistic. Take off your rose colored glasses so that you can determine your real strengths. Try asking five of your closest friends to tell you the truth about what your strengths are, and then if more than three of them say the same thing, believe them.
🍩What are your weaknesses? – While you can improve upon your weaknesses, you should first leverage your strengths, but it’s important to know your weaknesses and accept them. It’s still more important to appreciate your efforts, and to understand that the past is a good indicator of how you’ll act in the future. If you know for example that you’re always five minutes late, accept it, instead focus on something positive. That doesn’t mean you don’t work on this habit, but don’t focus on it instead of your strengths.
Only when you know who you really are, the good and the bad, will you be able to truly know yourself enough to be brutally honest about your strengths and weaknesses. It’s important because you cannot move forward if you aren’t honest.
P.s. You don’t have to tell others, just yourself! So today I encourage you to assess who you are!
💗Later this week, we will chat more about who we want to be and traits of successful entrepreneurs!