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How the Things You Concentrate On Shape Your Startup Success

The things you concentrate on and dedicate your work on shape who you become as an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs take important decisions on everyday basis and this can be very stressful and exhausting part of the daily schedule. The decision making process is challenging yet very important for the future of all startups.

One of the most essential decisions that an entrepreneur have to make is not that much related with the actual business tasks, it is more of a personal decision: Will they concentrate on the things that they cannot control or will they focus on the things that they can actually change and make them work in their favor?

Entrepreneurs have the ability to choose the things they focus on and this choice is probably the most important one they make on daily basis. Why? Because your focus determines the way you think and your thoughts inspire your actions. The things you focus on can determine the future of your startup because it will shape the direction of your actions.

What most of the entrepreneurs tend to focus on? They often focus on the problems, on the failures, on the mistakes and the worries for the future. How about if you choose to focus on the other side of the coin: Let’s focus on the source of the problems and look for their solutions instead of obsessing about their existence. Let’s focus on the achievements, not on the failures. Let’s learn from the mistakes and think about the value of the lessons learned through failure.

The worries of the future will be still there tomorrow, but the work you can put in your startup today can’t be done tomorrow. Stay present at this very moment and learn to prepare for the future, not to worry about it. The business world is unpredictable and very uncertain, use your energy wisely and put the best work you can do today.

When entrepreneurs chose the things they concentrate on, they are shaping the future of their startup. Focus on the right attitude and you will have many reasons and proofs to believe that this approach really works.

─ February 25, 2015