Kelin Balian - Importance of Knowing Who You Are and Your Personal Contract


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In this episode I talk with my fellow entrepreneur and friend Kelin Balian about the mindset shifts that need to take place as you begin to journey into entrepreneurship realm and also the different ways an entrepreneur vs an employee thinks about risk and reward relationships.

Kelin compares entrepreneurs to people who are like motorcross riders who consistently go on these low and high jumps (referring to low and high moments in business as an entrepreneur) and though some may feel like how are they even completing one jump, entrepreneurs go on completing multiple jumps in their journey of building a business.

Most of the times, entrepreneurs are built because they cannot fit into the status quo, they want to create a life of freedom for themselves and their families, and most importantly they want to be their own boss instead of having someone tell them what to do all the time.

Entrepreneurs truly are a different breed of people in that they don't wait for payday for them to get paid but go out there and solve problems that in turn leads to creating more income and revenue.

If you yourself are an entrepreneur or have been looking to dive into entrepreneurship, I'd highly suggest you to read Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki or to start getting into self-development tapes and workshops by people like Jim Rohn, Tony Robbins, and Earl Nightingale.

Also a big reason why I'm a fan of entrepreneurship is that you get to decide your fate and destiny instead of relying on someone else to give you a paycheck after you complete building their dreams.

At the end of the day, it's all about becoming the best version of yourself whether it's through entrepreneurship or some other avenue of self-improvement and with Kelin we talk about the importance of establishing your own contract to yourself, basically a statement declaring who you are no matter how difficult or trying the situation or circumstance you're facing might seem.

You can make an "I AM a ..(traits).. Leader" as a way to powerfully assert and declare who you are to yourself and the universe no matter what situation you may find yourself in.

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