I now realize you can be profit-minded and altruistic at the same time, and it’s a win-win. I’ve also realized that you have to really be specific in your mind about your goals but be very flexible about how you can to reach them. The results have been really good; I realized goals, including one I honestly did not think I would realize, and the business is much better for it. I’ve had lots of insight into how money and the way my parents treated money affected me and my belief in what I was capable of and deserving. I’ve had an inner shift about what’s important in business being, not just about the growth of everybody involved with the business, but the growth of the business as its own entity, which in some cases, is me, and another case is the entity. And, of course, I now realize that I am capable of, and deserving, of maximum growth and income. The first two quarters of 2020 (during the pandemic) have been better quarters for me than quarters prior to that.
by Sarah Banfield | Oct 18, 2021