Questions

So I have money. I have business ideas. But when it comes time to execute on the elaborate plan I have written, covered all of the bases, etc - I come up with some excuse as to why I shouldn't do it. Perhaps I need a partner, maybe I think it won't work. Maybe it won't be as profitable as first thought. I get cold feet when I go to pull the trigger... How do I get over it and grow some balls?

Make yourself accountable to a 3rd party for the execution of your plan.

Clearly define what steps you will accomplish by what date and give that individual permission to not only follow up with you, but also give you tough love as needed.

It may also be helpful for you to speak with an objective party about these fear issues. Identifying the root of these fears will help to ensure that you overcome them, so that they do not continue to manifest in other ways even after you have implemented your plan.

If there are legitimate reasons for your concerns, you may need to seek the insights of a trusted adviser to shore up those areas of perceived weakness.

Schedule a call if you would like to explore this further.


Answered 7 years ago

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