I’m My Own C.E.O is about you making the executive decisions in your life. Being able to operate like a business even if you don’t have one. So take that first step and keep going. With enough determination and a few strong convictions, you can become the person you’ve always wanted to be and create a bright future for yourself. It will not be easy but, focus on making choices, rather than making choices about making choices. You will be surprised how making your own decisions will make you feel like you’re making your life, rather than you’re making someone else’s life. Be bold and proud of your own accomplishments and your ability to make your own decisions.
Determination is key
When you start a new business or set on an idea you want to see through, you have to be determined. Determination is key to success, for you to overcome obstacles and get the job done. Without determination, nothing gets done. When you’re determined to succeed, you won’t let anything get in your way. You’ll find a way around obstacles, solve problems and do the things that need to be done in order to get where you want to go.
Make the decision
Don’t be afraid to change your mind. The first step in making a decision is deciding what you want to do, which can be the most challenging part of the process. It may seem obvious that you want to go for a run after work, but how long will it take? How far should I run? What route should I take? These questions are important because they help define exactly what kind of workout you want by answering questions like “how much time do I have” and “how far am I willing to travel.” Once you know these things, it’s time to make a plan!
Your plan should be as detailed as possible so there are no surprises along the way. This means choosing an exact starting time (or choosing whether or not there’s flexibility in this area) and ending time (your session should not exceed one hour), deciding on your wardrobe choices so nothing goes awry while working out outdoors during colder months (long sleeves or gloves?), and even finding out where exactly all your equipment is located so that everything goes smoothly or because you prepared yourself even if there are mishaps you still make it work.
In the end, the decision is up to you and how confident you feel in your ability to make it. If you feel like you can’t, then maybe it’s time to seek help from someone else who has more experience than yourself. But if all else fails, don’t worry about making a bad choice because as long as you tried your best, nothing else matters.