Here’s the point where we have to be brutally honest with ourselves. It’s no good or bad thing if you’re one of the other, that’s what makes us unique, but at the same time, knowing your true self will help you MASSIVELY in every step you take in life.
So here’s my advice…
The best maths equation is working out how your immediate steps are going to effect your future, right?
There are 2 types of people in the world, those who make decisions based logical methods and specific outcomes and those who make decisions based purely on emotion. Anyone that knows me, knows I think with logic, not emotion, in every situation. (this does me absolutely zero when it comes to dating lol but when it comes to business we’re all good!). I’ve been this way since I was a kid. Don’t get me wrong, I was a gobby little sh*t, but only because I had logical answers to most things! When running a business especially, logical thinking and decision making is key.
Emotional attachments to business ideas and decisions are great in terms of passion and commitment, but when it comes to the correct decisions being made that are going to benefit not yourself but your business, progression and business growth and looking at a business beyond everyone and everything but just yourself is where logic really has to come into play in my opinion.
Don’t get me wrong, everyone has an emotional limit which sends us over the edge sometimes. It gets to the point where there is only so much we can cope with before logical thinking goes out the window (I’ve been pushed to the limit a number of times, TRUST ME!) but if we become more mindful of our limit and what type of decisions we’re making, it will get better over the time. But to be honest, some people are just emotional thinkers who learn to think logically more… which is no bad thing, it depends what you do for a living, but it’s finding that balance!
You’ll have friends who will say to you ‘don’t worry about it, it’s going to be ok’, and to some people that is exactly what they need – reassurance. For me however, I’m like ‘wtf no, please give me REAL answers that will actually HELP ME!’ lol… I’m not afraid of the honest truth and I need to hear what’s right, now what SOUNDS right… Yes reassurance might make you feel better for a split second but how is that going to help you long term? There is no quick fix. If I give people advice, it’s always logical, methodical, solutions and tangible options. That way you have a solution to whatever is bothering you, you know what steps you need to take, and eventually you’ll know that I’m as real as it comes and I just simply want to cut the crap and do what’s best for you.
Again… what is best for me might not be what’s best for you, but we’re strictly talking business here.
Don’t get me wrong, crying and getting emotional is absolutely ok, but in my opinion, cry about something once, then find a solution to your problem! Don’t waste time crying about the same thing over and over again, ESPECIALLY if you can change it.
You have to live off of a logical mind rather than emotion sometimes in life, otherwise you will be worrying about unnecessary things that can be changed, wasting time dwelling and not reaching your full potential in your field. Don’t be that person! When someone comes at you with a negative opinion or comment and tries to break you… just delete it. There you go, there’s your solution! And it’s now your decision whether you want to do that or not, but that’s the logical solution, right? Ya know what I mean now…? Honestly, WEAK people are the ones trying to break STRONG people, but girlll I don’t let them!
If you want an emotional opinion, don’t come to me. BUT, if you want a logical opinion which is actually going to improve your mindset, your confidence and help you to release your inner fearless side that I know you have… I’m your girl.
I hope this helps you!