Hi, this is D. Scott Lofthouse of Lofty Enterprises here in Anchorage, Alaska.

I wanted to talk for a few minutes today about the employee vs entrepreneur mindset.  This shift in mindset is very important for you to be successful as an entrepreneur.  You can do everything brilliantly in setting up your business and running your show, but if you hold on to the employee mindset, you limit your vision and soon sabotage your success. The good news is that the right mindset is powerful, and if you stay with it, you’ll have the hardest part of the puzzle figured out.

Here are 10 ways to drop the employee mindset and get inside the head of the successful entrepreneur you’re about to become:

Step 9. Invest in Yourself and Treat Your Time as Money. As an employee, you may not be used to investing in yourself, especially if your company pays for your education or certifications. As an entrepreneur, you have to invest in yourself. Get a mentor, join a mastermind, hang out with like-minded people who are three steps ahead of you, hire a coach and take courses. Stay on top of your education. You are your own biggest investment!

You’ve got it in you to be among the best entrepreneurs. It starts with the right mindset, and combined with hard work and perseverance, it will be the key that unlocks your success.

Well, that concludes this video.  If you have any questions you can reach me at [email protected].  This is D. Scott Lofthouse of Lofty Enterprises wishing you all the success you deserve.

And remember, “Reach for Your Peak.”

~D. Scott Lofthouse


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