Have you tried to define what success and failure look like for you? I would assume that you will describe it differently than others.

How we define success and failure will solely rest in our perception of it in life and our business.

Because we all have a unique distinction of what success and failure mean for us.

We are solely capable of assigning the very meaning of success and failure in our lives.

Our thoughts are powerful.

Most of the time, we tend to be caught up in the circle of our thinking of how success or failure looks and feels through our lens, and our past experiences.

And not the actual representation of it in our present moment.

In business, how we choose to experience the meaning of success and failure can be associated with how caught up we are with our (over) thinking.

And seldom not about other factors like how the competitors perform, how the

market behaves, or even our capability as a leader.

We often react based on our emotions.

So we need to remind ourselves that our thinking is capable of triggering our body to produce such emotions.

What if we would look at our relationship with business leadership from a different perspective?

In most instances, we overthink because we seek to control the outcome.

The thing is, there is no need to force the idea that we need to master control and assert certainty to succeed in these uncertain times.

What we often need is the mind space to allow our energy for creativity and difference-making to take the helm and work wonders in our life.

Because how we decide to take action today is the only thing that counts as our best shot at achieving success.

How do you cultivate a mindset that invites creativity?

Let’s talk about it.