How to turn any failure into gold
Have you ever been hesitant to do something to grow your business because of a past mistake or failure?
This is so much more common than you realize.
Recently, one of our students who owns a successful practice – we’ll call her Jennifer – expressed concern about growing her business to the next big level.
After digging a little deeper, I found out that she’d taken her practice to a much bigger size years ago, but saw it crashing down around her not too long after.
Why did the business collapse after such a massive growth spurt? A lack of systems and management that is required for this kind of fast growth.
This left Jennifer deflated and worried that she didn’t have what it takes to run a successful practice.
And because of it, frankly, she was really hesitant to attempt scaling her business again…
…until I took her through a transformational process I call The Groundhog Day Process™.
I shot this video to show you how to use this process to turn any failure or past mistake into a golden opportunity:
Here’s the deal…
To have the confidence to get things going again, it’s important that we learn from our mistakes, every single one of them.
In fact, I believe that there are NO mistakes when you use this Groundhog Day Process.
You see, when things don’t go the way we planned, we typically concentrate on the bad things.
But as we got to talking, Jennifer realized that there were so many things that she had done right, and if she concentrated on those things going forward (and remembered the things that didn’t work so well), then her business would succeed this time around, the right way.
Curious about how it works? This week’s 6-minute video takes you through my method for regaining entrepreneurial confidence and creating breakthroughs out of old breakdowns.
It’s really powerful.
And once you watch the video, my question for you today is:
What situation do you wish you could “Groundhog Day”? What priceless lessons have you learned from past mistakes that you can share with us?
Please share this with me in the comments and let’s start a conversation about this! I can’t wait to read your comments below.
Let’s grow your business the right way this time around!
Sending you big squeezy love,
P.S. Do you know of an entrepreneur who feels gun-shy about growing their business because of not-so-great-results in the past? Send them this blog and spread the love, ok? Thank you for being YOU. 😉