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Why Having An Entrepreneur’s Mindset Will Future-Proof Your Success
Episode 24528th October 2022 • The Grief Code • Ian Hawkins
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In this episode, Ian talks about the valuable lessons you can get from having an entrepreneurial spirit and its importance in your growth journey.

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  • The importance of continuous progress, adaptation, and improvement can help you furnish your business.
  • Learn about the valuable lessons from business owners who have the ability to back themselves with their abilities, knowledge, and wisdom.
  • Learn to know how you operate at your best and be able to articulate yourself to others with a leading mindset.
  • Allow yourself to improve and grow because there is no limit your possibilities.

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Ian Hawkins is the Founder and Host of The Grief Code. Dealing with grief firsthand with the passing of his father back in 2005 planted the seed in Ian to discover what personal freedom and legacy truly are. This experience was the start of his journey to healing the unresolved and unknown grief that was negatively impacting every area of his life. Leaning into his own intuition led him to leave corporate and follow his purpose of creating connections for himself and others. 

The Grief Code is a divinely guided process that enables every living person to uncover their unresolved and unknown grief and dramatically change their lives and the lives of those they love. Thousands of people have now moved from loss to light following this exact process. 

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Are you ready, ready to release internal pain to find confidence, clarity and direction for your future, to live a life of meaning, fulfillment and contribution to trust your intuition again, but something's been holding you back, you've come to the right place. Welcome. I'm a Ian Hawkins, the host and founder of The Grief Code podcast. Together, let's heal your unresolved or unknown grief by unlocking your grief code. As you tune into each episode, you will receive insight into your own grief, how to eliminate it, and what to do next. Before we start by one request, if any new insights or awareness land with you, during this episode, please send me an email at info at the end Hawkins And let me know what you found. I know the power of this work, I love to hear the impact these conversations have. Okay, let's get into it.

The vast majority of my clients, business owners or have an entrepreneurial spirit, so maybe their CEOs, their leaders, maybe they have a potential business in their mind for the future. And what we can learn from them is they know how important it is to improve themselves. If they're a business owner, they're very future depends on them. There staff, their team, their family, it's crucial that they continue to be the best that they can and continue to improve, continue to adapt, continue to find new ways your business has taught us anything is the businesses that don't adapt and change with the times. Well, they don't succeed. In fact, they might disappear. You look at the Kodak's of the world, although they are making a fight back at the moment. They disappeared for a long time Nokia. They do they come to mind at the moment. But I'm sure you can think of many more businesses that they didn't adapt, oh, Blockbuster, they had a chance to buy Netflix in the very early days. But they said I won't make it streaming won't make it. They didn't they didn't see the trends, they didn't change, they didn't adapt. And now they're no longer. And so if you're looking at from a perspective of you're wanting to be the best you can, and you want to create that security for your family, for the most important people in your world, and for yourself, well then learning from business owners who prioritize their own growth, their own improvement, their only ability to increase their abilities, their knowledge, their wisdom, and their ability to back themselves. No matter what circumstances you are in, then you can take so much from that. Now, when I was at high school, the motto of the school was Know thyself. We used to make lots of jokes about it, but didn't really understand it, even if I didn't take the time to think about it. You think about a business owner though. And that entrepreneurial mindset is that it's crucial that they know themselves. They have to prioritize, making sure that they know they're going to be able to get through whatever's coming. They need to have the ability to deal with the most important person in their business, which is themselves. And it's a business can be an absolute roller coaster. Ups and downs at life can be as well. In business, they simply come thick and fast. And again, because there's so much riding on the owner, or the CEO or the leaders in there's a real dependency then there. So it's crucial to have those abilities to to know who you are, know how you operate at your best. Know how you're going to add the most value or the most strength to a situation and then be able to be able to adapt to the different situations in life. And those that don't adapt. We don't see them anymore. So if you're thinking yourself, how can I bring more of this to my world? What's often the best place to start is with yourself. What do I still not know about myself? You could ask yourself, what is it that I need to know to improve in this area? Where am I stuck? What is it actually want from all of this? And then building a plan to make it happen? Relying on a team be able to articulate who you are, what you do,

how you can be of value, what your strengths are. And then when you can identify what's good, how can you improve them, and then you can identify the areas where you're stuck. Take action towards changing, whatever you've got, you're stuck, then there's no limit to your possibilities. So wherever you are now, and you whenever you get in those situations where perhaps doesn't feel like things are going well see if you can adopt that entrepreneurial mindset that, okay, well, it's up to me here. I'm going to make this happen. What can I improve about myself? What do I need to change? What do I need to be able to shift in my behavior in my thinking, in my ability, so that I can be the best for myself and for the most important people in my life.

I hope you enjoyed this episode of The Grief Code podcast. Thank you so much for listening. Please share it with a friend or family member that you know would benefit from hearing it too. If you are truly ready to heal your unresolved or unknown grief, let's chat, email me at info at Ian Hawkins You can also stay connected with me by joining the Grief Code community at Ian Hawkins forward slash The Grief Code and remember, so that I can help even more people to heal. Please subscribe and leave a review on your favorite podcast platform