October 23rd, 2018

Setting Boundaries: Insights from the Conquer Entertainment Team

The Conquer team recently published a great blog article about the importance of setting boundaries which I feel could benefit all UnFranchise Owners. These are great tips and insights which can really help you reach your goals and stay focused on building for the future. It’s all about progress, maintaining momentum, and setting boundaries so you can keep your eyes on the prize. This advice is applicable for people in all walks of life, so feel free to share it with your friends and family! I’ve included an excerpt of the blog below, but you can continue reading the entire article on the Conquer Entertainment Blog.

Keep Growing!

-JR Ridinger

 

 

Why Not Setting Boundaries Is Limiting Your Success

 Have you found yourself burnt out lately? Spinning around on an endless un-merry-go-round trying to do what’s needed to “make it”?

When we have a dream we’re working our tail off to make a reality we can sometimes lose sight of where we’re putting our energy. We want this new reality so badly that we’re often willing to burn the candle at both ends and say yes to every opportunity hoping it will open “the” door we’ve been trying to walk through.

It’s common to think that since we don’t know how our dreams will come to fruition we should say yes to everything in order not to miss opportunity knocking. The truth of the matter is, if we don’t get clear on what we’ll say no to we’ll have no energy left by the time that dream opportunity comes calling.

It’s a lot like that saying, “Stand for nothing and you’ll fall for everything.” If you aren’t clear on your boundaries – who you’ll agree to work with, what price you’ll agree to work for, how many hours you’ll work – then you’ll find yourself getting involved in situations that don’t serve your goals with people who don’t respect your talents…

To Continue Reading Please Visit the Conquer Entertainment Blog

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