What is your Wow! factor?
What are the obstacles that you think are keeping you from innovating into becoming extraordinary?
Is it finding the right team? Is it capital? Is it your education?
Or is it your mindset?
Mindset is key.
Critical thinking and mindset are often talked about together.
But critical thinking and mindset are two different things.
Critical thinking is not mindset. Critical thinking is the process that produces your mindset.
An innovative business will find a way to become extraordinary.
Today’s world moves so quickly that just to keep pace you have to improve every day. Thinking you are the best, so hot that no one will knock you off your pedestal, will most likely lead to your decline.
• Why is extraordinary better than good? How do I go from good to extraordinary?
• What makes me extraordinary? What do I do that is extraordinary?
• What do I do that is amazing? What is my Wow! factor?
True leaders can admit they do not know everything and they need help and guidance.
Who are you learning from?
Who you spend time with is who you become. Spend time with smart people and ask the right questions. And start with ”Why?”
Write down the names of the five people you spend time with. Then ask if they are the best people to spend time with.
If you watch junk on television, your brain will become filled with junk. If you are reading the wrong type of books, you are filling your brain with the wrong type of information.
Your choices yesterday are why you are where you are today.
Make the right choices today to be where you want to be tomorrow.
How do you become so indispensable that your customers cannot live without you?
That is what extraordinary is.
Inspiration for this post came from JT Foxx.