How To Get Rid of An Employee Mindset

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Are you an entrepreneur with an employee mindset? Well if you are and you try to operate your business while thinking like an employee then you my friend are setting yourself up for failure.

So in today’s post I want to tell you how to get rid of your employee mindset in order to start getting the results that you desire with your business.

…whether that’s making a few thousands of dollars a month or six-figures and beyond.

It’s really not your fault that you think like an employee. In a way we have all been brainwashed.

You see we have been conditioned since birth to believe that the only way to be successful in life is to get a college education, then get a high paying job, in order to make enough money to live a comfortable life until we can eventually retire.

We are taught in school to be employees and to follow “the system” so from the very start of our lives we develop an employee mindset.

We are not taught in school to be free thinkers or entrepreneurs and even discouraged to have an entrepreneur mindset.

What separates the masses from the top 3% of all the wealthy people in the world?

I believe its our MINDSET.

Now there’s a big difference between the mindset of an employee who makes, say, $50,000 a year, and an entrepreneur who makes that same amount every month.

There’s a difference between someone who’s happy to clock in and work their 9-to-5, and someone who makes six-figures a year working just 4 hours a day.

And there’s a gigantic difference between someone who takes control of their life and someone who leaves it up to their boss to decide.

employee mindset versus entrepreneurial mindset

Suppose that’s true, that your mindset has been holding you back from success, from making money, from living your dreams… how then do you go about replacing an employee mindset with a new way of thinking?

Exactly how do you get rid of an employee mindset and turn on your entrepreneur brain?

Well I have two suggestions for you today.

The first one is this:

If you truly want to become a successful entrepreneur, you must recognize that the “buck stops with you”.

You are responsible for your failure and success. For your good months and your bad. For your record breaking commission checks and for the times you’re broke.

It’s not your boss, your family or your friends that is responsible for your success. Everything is up to YOU.

Without a boss, there is no one to force you to work. To get up early in the morning, or to put in night-time hours.

There are no consequences if you don’t achieve your goal. I mean, you won’t fire yourself, right?

Sounds scary, but there’s also a magnificent upside to this new way of thinking.

Your business will flourish in line with your efforts. When you work hard – and smart – you’ll make way more money than any full-time job, and you’ll have the freedom to go along with.

So, that’s my first piece of advice.

The second is this:

Invest more of your money and your time into your own personal development.

Surround yourself with entrepreneur materials and stop reading the same thing that employees read.

Instead, read what entrepreneurs and successful people read. Read business books. Books on self-growth.

Skip all the Facebook posts, trashy magazines, romance novels, and other things that will keep you poor or broke.

Of course, there’s a place for entertainment, but the more time you can put into reading the right things, the quicker your mind will morph into that of an entrepreneur.

And as hard as it might be to believe, you’ll stop enjoying spending time on things that don’t bring you closer to your goals.

Exercise your brain muscle and you will see that shifting from an employee mindset to an entrepreneurial mindset is much easier than you think 🙂

To Your Success!
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