If you find yourself stuck at a crossroads, one side lays your dreams and aspirations and the other side lays the familiar, then ask yourself a question: Is it time to reinvent myself? If you answered “yes,” then it may be time for you to begin the road to self-discovery and embrace a new You 2.0. Not sure where to start? Today, The Entrepreneur’s Source Franchise explains the process of moving from You 1.0 to You 2.0 with the help of a business coach.
What’s the Difference between 1.0 and 2.0?
You 1.0 can be considered everything that you have achieved and completed up to this point in your life. You 1.0 is the starting point: The foundation on which a person builds upon. This person isn’t necessarily the “worst” version of yourself because, hey, it got you to where you are today. However, are there other Possibilities, Opportunities and Dreams (POD) that you haven’t been able to discover or consider up to this point? Everyone has a skill or trait that can be built upon both personally and professionally, and this is where the difference between 1.0 and 2.0 lies.
The 2.0 version of yourself is the person that The Entrepreneur’s Source wants to help you become: The happier and more career-satisfied version. You 2.0 is based on building a blue print and moving in the direction of where you want to be – an upgrade of where you currently stand. Consulting with a business coach at The Entrepreneur’s Source is a great first step in achieving You 2.0.
How The Entrepreneur’s Source Franchise Can Help you Find You 2.0
Business coaches at The Entrepreneur’s source are experts on guiding their clients on the path to achieving You 2.0. E-Source coaches help clients identify setbacks, redefine their Income, Lifestyle, Wealth and Equity (I.L.W.E.) goals and identify the vehicle that will help them transform into this new self.
- Identify Setbacks: The rise of Battered Career Syndrome oftentimes brings feelings of fear and uncertainty among suffering workers. At this point, it becomes crucial for aspiring entrepreneurs to recognize that these feelings may just be potential setbacks, not deal breakers. Oftentimes entrepreneurs find themselves scared to move forward with their business plan in fear of failure. But in order to move forward with a new business venture, entrepreneurs must have faith in their skills and abilities and move forward full-throttle.
- Redefine short- and long-term goals: When looking to achieve self-sufficiency, one of the most important steps is identifying your I.L.W.E. goals. These goals can range in duration. For example, a common short-term goal of prospective franchisees includes spending more time with family and friends, and common long-term goals is to provide your family with future business equity. There are no right or wrong goals, so being honest with yourself when identifying your I.L.W.E. and recognizing what is important to you in gauging future success.
- Identify your vehicle: One of the final steps that an E-Source coach will take you through s helping you to research the business venture – the vehicle – that will be the best fit achieving your goals. This step can be quite tedious and overwhelming for prospective franchisees to do without a coach because there are thousands of franchise brands out there. E-Source coaches will help entrepreneurs sift through these various franchise concepts to help you find the right fit.
To learn more about how you can achieve You 2.0, contact a business coach at The Entrepreneur’s Source today.