I’ve found it challenging to find new business during the pandemic. In the past, most of my new business was the result of networking at in-person events. While there has been plenty of online events, the networking is either non-existent or limited.

In January, I was starting to wonder if it was time to go and find a ‘day job.’ I brought this up with my mentor, Bill, who helped me work through the problem. Bill helped me see that I don’t have a problem, other than the mindset I was applying to my business challenges.

The only reason I felt stuck is because of the stories I was telling myself. The resulting shift in mindset allowed me to let go of the idea that I have a problem. The result is that things are starting to happen, and before long, I’m optimistic I’ll be talking about managing my workload.

Your mindset truly defines your problems. Change your mindset, and you change your problems.

You’ve got this.

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