Often, we come up with new ideas, launch them, and then get disappointed that they don't work. So we shift to something else, create something new, and run through the whole cycle again.
But what if it was a great idea and you just didn't give it a chance to succeed?
Maybe you didn't give it enough time? Or devote enough resources to it? Or tell enough people about it? Maybe you didn't market it to the right people or in the right way.
Maybe this thing you created is actually a great thing and you just didn't have enough patience with it.
This month, we've been talking about all the various ways that founders can muck up their own success—ways that we get in our own way and the practical tools you can use to stop sabotaging your progress.
If you’ve been struggling to set up systems in your business, listen to the first episode in the series with Michelle Warner about how process can be a competitive advantage (always a good thing!)
Love overcommitting yourself with a to-do list that’s a mile long until you’re on the precipice of burnout? You’ll learn so much from the episode with Tonya Dalton.
For some of us, a healthy money mindset can be elusive. For practical tips to impact how you think and relate to money, check out the episode with Agnes Kowalski.
Last week, I talked to Nicole Lewis-Keeber about how to stop getting in your own way by letting your past create a wall you keep running into over and over again as you try to grow.
Today, we're talking about patience and purposeful experimentation with Jason Van Orden. He's a consultant, trainer, and strategist who helps thought leaders reach larger audiences. He's created multiple successful brands, launched over 60 online courses, taught more than 10,000 entrepreneurs, and has over 8 million podcast downloads.
So… he knows a little something about seeing things through.