What Mentally Strong Entrepreneurs Avoid

The habits of highly successful people are a topic that fascinate us. How are some entrepreneurs able to create a wildly successful business, but others with equally good ideas cannot.  It may come down to mental strength.

Host Mary McCarthy and Co-host Sharon DeLay talk about a Forbes article analyzing a list compiled by Amy Morin, a psychotherapist, who discusses “Mentally Strong People: The 13 Things They Avoid” and how it relates to entrepreneurs.

Mary McCarthy is the President of YMT Consultants, a small business consulting firm, and Co-Founder at the Women’s Small Business Accelerator, Inc. Sharon DeLay is the Founder and President of GO-HR, an outsourced Human Resources service for small businesses.

“I absolutely believe in positive thinking, and surrounding myself with successful people, and learning from others, the whole mentoring and learning relationship.” – Sharon DeLay

What You Will Learn:

  • Mary and Sharon’s key points from the article, why they affect entrepreneurs the most (and what to do about them)
  • What is “Imposter Syndrome” and why it’s bad for entrepreneurs
  • Mary and Sharon’s advice for beginning entrepreneurs and small business owners

Related Reading: Mentally Strong People: The 13 Things They Avoid

Sharon DeLay
GO-HR
4889 Sinclair Road, Suite 103
Columbus, Ohio 43229
P (614) 473-0122
sharon.delay@go-hr.biz
http://www.go-hr.biz/

About the Host:                                                                                                                                Mary McCarthy                                                                                                                               Host, The Successful Micropreneur Podcast                                                                           President of Your Management Team, Inc.                                                          Co-Founder of the Women’s Small Business Accelerator, Inc.

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