EP 321 | Above and Below the Line with Ekaterina Solomeina
April 25, 2023
All business owners must be leaders, with an ability to influence clients, trades, team members, suppliers etc. The good news is leadership skills can be learned. Listen in to this discussion about growth mindset, leadership mentality and how to operate from a position above the line.
In this episode we learn:
- anyone can be a strong leader, with the ability to influence others and take responsibility for projects
- a growth mindset teaches you to always assess and keep moving forward
- to strengthen a future forward attitude, connect it to your purpose and communicate it in a clear way
- build resilience, as a business owner, you’ll need it
- don’t label emotions as good or bad, just use them to see what you can learn
Curiosity is a muscle, and you need to train it every day. Michael Wolff:
Carol Dweck – Growth Mindset
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