How to make a difficult decision.

I’ve got a foolproof way to make a difficult decision.

The results it gets are phenomenal. I’ve never known it be wrong.

I’ve just used it myself, and, once again, it’s given me accurate answers.

The method is simple:

1) Focus on the question. Phrase it in such a way that it has a binary outcome: YES or NO. Give the question your full attention for at least 30 seconds. This question is important. The answer you seek is important. Make sure your mind is fully prepared for what it is about to experience.

2) Toss a coin – Heads is YES, Tails is NO.

3) Look at the coin. The coin is telling you YES or NO.

4) Feel your stomach. Your stomach is telling you whether the coin is right or wrong. And, right there, you have your answer.

You see what I mean? 100% Accuracy – every time.

Or do you have a better method?

How is the transition from giving up a stable job to starting a business?

If you’re thinking of quitting a stable job and starting a business, the transition can be one of the hardest things to deal with. There are a lot of things to think about – and at times, it can feel totally overwhelming.

Are you cut out for business ownership? At a fundamental level? At a financial level?

Do you have a realistic starting point to progress your idea from?

Are you happy to learn from your mistakes – or will you find the possibility of failure devastating?

Will you miss interacting with co-workers? Will you be able to deal with the loneliness?

What about slacking off for weeks and still getting paid? That’s not really an option when you work for yourself.

The thing is, you are told that it is much safer and more stable to work in a large company. But in reality, it’s the exact opposite.

Do you have an insight of the health of the company you’re in?

Are you petrified you could get fired or downsized at any time?

Are you at the mercy of an incompetent manager?

Are you constantly being asked to do stupid things? Do you find it intolerable?

Do you have to keep your arse in a chair between two arbitrary times, even though it has no correlation with your productive hours?

Could your company choose to change direction and lay off 400 employees, even though they’re really good at their jobs?

I can tell you, for myself, the journey has definitely been worth it.

My life is in my own hands, which always feels more secure.

I have independence and freedom. My fate is not in someone else’s hands.

And I’m constantly learning – it feels like every day I’m progressing.

So if you’re considering trading in that “stable” job for something more dynamic, more exciting, something more fulfilling – it doesn’t have to be terrifying.

If you’d like to take control of your time, escape the constant firefighting and build a business that works for you, the easy way to get started is to build a 12 Week Plan. My free planner shows you exactly what you need to do.

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How do you work through anxiety (and accompanying self-doubt and fear of failure) to start a business?

I’m sure you recognise the feeling.

Paralysed with anxiety.

Frozen with doubt.

Your stomach rolls, you feel nauseous and your palms go sweaty.

Because the thought of starting a business can be terrifying.

It doesn’t have to be like that though.

You can figure out the path you want to take, ahead of time.

You can learn where to find your clients, and understand what they’re looking for.

You can look beyond whatever is holding you back and take steps to move forwards.

Because if you plan it out, if you understand the way, if you have a roadmap – and then you take it one small step at a time, then whatever it is that you’re afraid of now will seem completely insignificant when you look back in a few months time.

If you’d like to take control of your time, escape the constant firefighting and build a business that works for you, the easy way to get started is to build a 12 Week Plan. My free planner shows you exactly what you need to do.

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