In an environment like the one we’re in, it’s imperative that your personal development game is on point. The strongest leaders make sure they’re staying sharp
by reading books, watching videos, listening to audios, and masterminding with other, like-minded leaders. They understand the importance of staying sharp and keeping a watchful eye over the “gremlins” that can creep in and sabotage their mindset.
As part of this process, they also take great care of their physiology, which is the foundation of having great focus and a powerful mindset. To accomplish their goals of staying physically strong, top leaders make sure they eat well, exercise, stay hydrated, get enough sleep, and even meditate to physically strengthen their brains.
In addition to these practices, they also avoid people, places, and things that can be negative influences on maintaining a strong mindset. It takes great discipline, but the best leaders understand the importance of environment and culture and they make sure they
don’t put themselves in situations that could compromise the hard work they’ve done to build their inner and outer strength.
We are in challenging times. When situations like this arise, the strongest leaders run towards them and take them head on...they don’t run from them. And as they take on these new challenges, they raise their mindset to the necessary level so they can overcome whatever comes their way.
Be Wise With Money
To a certain extent, It’s not what you make, it’s what you keep that matters. Sure, you need to generate enough commission to fund your business and life. But once you have the money in your bank account, it’s how you spend it
that determines the next steps you can take in growing your business and caring for your family. If you spend every penny you make and don’t save for the proverbial rainy day, a crisis like the one we’re facing can be a very scary thing. Conversely, if you did put aside a portion of each commission check, then you’re able to weather the storm a bit better.