Proactive- what it really means
adjective: proactive; adjective: pro-active
1 (of a person, policy, or action) creating or controlling a situation by causing something to happen rather than responding to it after it has happened.“be proactive in identifying and preventing potential problems”
3 enterprising, take-charge, energetic, driven, bold, dynamic, motivated, go-ahead “you need to be more proactive about the causes you care about”
I love the words above: energetic, driven, bold, dynamic.
These words excite me to continue to grow my business.
When you care about something, and you are not putting any time or energy into it, you can feel drained, tired, down, depressed….
When you create something for yourself, for your business, you feel empowered, like you are taking charge of the situation.
The times when you are especially not feeling active at all, are the best times to be proactive. Use that energy that is stored up inside of you to create a new program, enroll new clients, set up business meetings, make connections, write a blog, post an inspiration quote and picture on Instagram, call someone you haven’t spoken to in a while and tell them what you are up to.
Not only are you being proactive for yourself and your business, but you will also inspire others to keep on keeping on! Here is a free tool to get going: www.highlyprofitablepractice.com
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