I am -daily entrepreneur affirmations


Being a business owner is not for the faint of heart.


90% of the time you have to pick up yourself and affirm your own success before the world claps for you.


Every day you have to look in the mirror and know-even though you might not feel like it- that you can do it.


Believe that you have amazing skill sets.


Believe you’re talented and creative.


Believe you have a skill set that people will pay good money for.


Believe that you can work with all people with all confidence.


If you want your business to be successful, you first have to see yourself as being successful.


If you’re scared about your pricing, then you will have clients that aren’t willing to see your worth.


If you’re scared about acting a fool and being ridiculous and not fitting in- you were never meant to fit in- entrepreneurs are trailblazers. They are pioneers! You are supposed to break out of the mold and think outside the box.


Welcome to the proud and the few- those that see a problem and visualize solutions that nobody else has before.


Print out reviews if you must and stick them all over your house to remind yourself of how much you do in this community.


Write down positive affirmations about yourself so that every single day you can repeat positive words.


You might not feel confident for years- but that shouldn’t stop you from pushing through.


Skills are just attained- equipment is just saved up and bought. But confidence has to be exercised- you can’t YouTube confidence. You must create it for yourself.


So when I say “I am an entrepreneur” I am already forfeiting my right to fit in with the world.

I’m already different.

I am a uniquely built person.

I am confident in my ability to create some thing that the world discards.

I have vision for things that people can’t see. I

can provide for my family with the work of my hands.

My art is valuable to this world.


Say these affirmations to yourself daily and you will soon see changes in your mindset and heart!

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