I wanted to discuss something I’ve been seeing in many Muslims considering entrepreneurship or starting off.
This thing is getting in the way of their success and sabotaging the transformation of their lives, which has ultimately affected their businesses and stopped them from reaching their goals.
A few weeks back, we were taking the time to get on calls with people interested in starting their own businesses who signed up after watching our free training, where we explained the easiest business model to get started in your online entrepreneurship journey and really why we focus on helping you build a business that is you know essentially with high-profit margins that require low time low investment and get you started on the right foot is.
Many people watched the training, and they’re interested in connecting with us in a call. By the end of the call, one thing that I noticed which was lacking in some of them was that if they start to apply in their life and then, that’s going to be the difference between high-level entrepreneurs and people who make it in life and succeed in whatever it is that they do.
The biggest differentiator
This has been very common in many conversations that I’m having. The biggest difference between our students who see the highest level of success and who go on to make over 10k a month or hundreds of thousands of dollars and those who don’t see much success at all or even can take the leap to get started is…
The way they approach decision-making.
This is a differentiator between those who succeed and those who struggle and don’t see any success. This is not just for the students we work with or the people we mentor. We’ve noticed this in every person around us who is successful versus those who are still struggling in life and not really where they want to be.
The difference lies, at the core, in their decision-making.
Which path is for you?
An example is when you’re faced with a situation where you have a decision to make. You have two paths that lie before you. One looks like I can stay at my job and continue to be in the situation I’m in right now. The other path is we can get started and build this thing ultimately. When they have the option to take the leap, many people fall back towards hesitation. Well, wait, let me think about it. Let me take a week and marinate it, then I’ll get back to you.
I have noticed that this doesn’t only apply to a decision such as starting your own business but really applies to everything in life.
The people at the highest level of financial freedom and success are those who can quickly make decisions. They have trained themselves to assess a situation when presented with a conflict or with several options and choose what is best for them in their future.
The price of action is greater than the price of inaction
What I mean by that is that the price of action, you putting in the effort to start your business to undertake this new journey, will take out more of your energy than you staying where you are right now.
The people who’re unsatisfied with their job and who don’t move forward in life are the people who are always thinking about it. They take three years just thinking about starting their dream business without making any quick decision to start their business. Many people who are always stuck in their comfort zone are the ones who are stuck in life.
So if you’re among those people or near them, I want you to change how you make decisions in life. Next time you’re presented with a situation, I want you to be very firm and make a black or white decision, whether this will be a YES or a NO.
There will always be going to be fears or risks in life no matter what you undertake, but the difference between those who make it and those who don’t is they’re able to push forward despite the unknown, with the confidence that whatever comes up, they’ll be able to figure it out right.
So you need to trust yourself and trust that no matter what, if you make this decision right now, you’ll be able to figure it out if things don’t work out, and you’ll make the necessary adjustments and do what you need to do.
Ultimately you’ll be able to figure it out, and even if it doesn’t work out well, at least you tried. At least you can look back at your life and say that it was a well-lived life, and you gave it all with a sincere effort.
My advice to you today is to evaluate how you approach your decision-making in your life and understand that every single decision you make will have an inherent level of risk. That inherent level of risk will be directly correlated to how much that decision can change your life.
Thank you for reading. We hope you have benefited from it.