“Plan for it, but don’t worry about every possible outcome. You’ll spend more time worrying about every possible thing that could go wrong than just focusing on what you have to do to make it go right.”
There is a book that has been making waves among successful CEOs and Fortune 500 companies: “The Power of Now” by Eckhart Tolle. I recently reread the book, which focuses on the concept of living in the present moment. Too often we find ourselves dwelling on the past or worrying about the future. This mindset can lead to limiting beliefs, anxiety, and depression. In reality, at this exact moment, there is nothing wrong – and it’s a powerful realization.
The power comes when you focus on the present, rather than being consumed by future goals and past mistakes. Cassie and I discuss how embracing the now can free us from the anxieties and stresses of things we can’t control. By being fully present, we can find peace, clarity, and fulfillment in our lives and businesses.
Lifef is fleeting, and it’s essential to make the most of the current moment. Setting goals and planning for the future is important, but not at the expense of neglecting the present. If you haven’t yet read “The Power of Now” by Eckhart Tolle, we highly recommend giving it a go. It’s a powerful tool to help you shift your mindset and find greater peace and productivity in your entrepreneurial journey.
Make sure to listen to the full episode to gain a deeper understanding of how living in the present moment can positively impact your business. Shed unnecessary worries and anxieties, focus on what’s within our control, and embrace the power of the present moment in our business journeys.
[[00:01:31] The importance of living in the present and not dwelling on the past or future. [00:04:20] Experiencing anxiety over possibilities and fear of negative impacts..
[00:06:26] Unknowns in entrepreneurship require embracing the present.
[00:11:51] Active listening is essential for building relationships.
[00:15:55] Having a positive outlook and believing in yourself can lead to positive outcomes.
[00:17:34] Unobserved mind causes unnecessary pain.
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