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Trust yourself.

Ever hear the phrase ‘fake it till you make it’? It sounds cynical at first, but is a huge key to success, especially when applied to a mindset. This #MotivationMonday we’re going to give you some tips on how you can have that ‘fake it till you make it’ mindset, so you can learn to trust yourself in every business decision you make.

Trust is a difficult thing. It’s hard to trust others, but sometimes it’s even harder to trust ourselves, especially when it comes to trusting our big business decisions. Sometimes you make the best decisions, and other times, you wish you’d taken a different approach. But, you’ll never know the outcome if you don’t try, right?

Many entrepreneurs face a slew of self-doubt and the fear of failing. Guess what. You’re going to fail at least once at something – maybe a project, or managing a client or an internal matter. There! End of the world? Nope. So, what should you do when this happens? You should get back up, brush yourself off, learn from the situation and move on. Trust that you’re going to come back bigger, better and stronger after this learning experience.

Every once in awhile we need to get knocked down so that we can grow from the experience and become the best we can be. And, through this process, you’ll learn to trust yourself and the decisions you make. You’re good at what you do, trust it.

Our advice this #MotivationMonday is to take a breath and a step back and give yourself permission to mess up. Because the bigger picture is that the world won’t end and you’ll keep going, this time better equipped for the challenges ahead. When you believe in your success, you’re halfway there.

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