Many conversation about entrepreneurial growth narrows in on sales objectives, hiring the right talent and other similar objectives. The importance of the entrepreneurial mindset is often missing from these conversations.

The entrepreneurial mindset is about a certain way of thinking — it is about the way in which you approach challenges and mistakes.

But why is this important? The entrepreneurial mindset is what you need to propel yourself forward. This mindset can dim as you get entrenched in the daily grind of entrepreneurship. 

By making an effort to embody this mindset, you position yourself to meet everyday challenges and experience growth.

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  1. ✅ It is critical to find the right people for the right roles and for your company. There must be a match in both skills needed for the role and the culture of your organization to scale your business the right way.

    ✅ Knowing your company, its people, its culture, its needs, and being transparent about it all is essential to hiring the right people and having those hires stick.

  2. Here’s how to shift to a resilient mindset:

    💥 Make Setbacks a KPI (key performance indicator)
    The old adage says that you can’t improve what you don’t track, and the same holds true with business challenges. Obstacles may not seem as cut and dry as revenue, margins, and market share, but it’s just as important to measure and review your setbacks.

    That, in turn, makes it easier to find, review, and choose potential solutions. If your setbacks seem vague and hard to pinpoint, potential solutions may feel that way as well.

    💥 Remember Your Mission
    Long before Simon Sinek urged today’s leaders to “find their why,” philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche claimed that anyone “who has a why to live can bear with almost anyhow”
    It may sound cliché, but it’s true. Focusing on your purpose is an effective way to deal with the hard times in life and maintain perspective. If resilience is about constantly adapting to change, then it helps to know that one thing will stay constant: your mission and meaning in the world.