Jay changed his mindset from that of an employee to that of a BOSS.

Q. What is the employee mindset?
A. Your boss is your client. You do all your work to keep the boss happy. The boss pays you and you are a dog on a leash!!

Q. What kinds of clients do you get with an employee mindset?
A. You pitch differently if the client is your boss. You don’t charge enough to cover your expenses because you want to please the boss. The client is on a pedestal.

When you think like this, you end up looking for jobs, rather than cool people. You’re not building long term client relationships.

Q. What is the boss mindset?
A. You’re the boss of your own enterprise. You have to be the driver. You are a business. Each situation is a problem and YOU have to provide the solution to the problem. You don’t compromise your own values.

Your job is to create opportunities for your business.

Q. What kinds of clients do you get with a boss mindset?
A. A group of people that you can give value to.

Q. How do I switch from employee to the boss mindset?
A. Get out there and look for relationships. Figure out your niche and figure out WHO you are and what type of person you are. That is going to attract the sort of people you want to work with.

Slowly, slowly, you BUILD the boss mindset. You have to kiss a few frogs to find your prince.

People love authenticity. Be yourself online. Ultimately, you will benefit from this.

Task: Do a monthly mindset check.

– What percentage of my clients are the types of clients I want to work with?
– Who am I?

Tip: To have a boss mindset, have a bit of money in the bank. Have a “say no” buffer.

It takes a lot of willpower to form new habits. But change your environment to support your habit.

Category: Goals

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