Looking back to the early days of my first business, I can hardly believe it survived as long as it did. I was undisciplined, arrogant, and lacked the necessary financial management skills. If only I had known then what I know now, I could have saved myself so much stress and heartache.
But I also realize that my mistakes and failures were necessary for my personal growth and development. If I hadn't experienced those struggles, I wouldn't be the person I am today. That said, I do regret not seeking out a mentor who could have guided me through those tough times. Unfortunately, my mindset was fixed, and I was too arrogant to take anyone else's advice.
Like I said in my book "It's All Your Fault", my goal is to help others avoid the mistakes I made and achieve success sooner. The most significant change I made that helped turn my business around was a shift in mindset. When I stopped blaming external factors and took responsibility for everything in my life, I started to see opportunities and improvements in my business.
If you're struggling in your business, what's your biggest concern? What questions do you have? I'm here to help, and I'd love to share any advice or insights that might be valuable to you.