Ask Me Anything: Staying on top of your mindset

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Staying on top of your mindset


Ask Me Anything: Staying on top of your mindset

Every day, I get questions from entrepreneurs about how to stay positive, stay on top of my mindset, or what to do when the inevitable blocks pop up. 

I’ve spent the last two decades helping people with their mindset in business because I know how crucial it is to your success and well-being. 

Working on your mindset is one of the only things in business that you can’t outsource to anyone else, and in my opinion, it is the number one thing we have to master as entrepreneurs.

When I talk about mindset work, I mean believing in yourself, nurturing an abundance mindset, and challenging your negative beliefs. 

It’s not a one-and-done thing, and it’s not one-size-fits-all. You must learn to continually watch your thoughts and feelings to ensure they don’t derail you. 

Because we all have negative thoughts, and you can’t ever truly get rid of them, but you can learn to dance with them so they don’t undermine the pursuit of your dreams. 

So, this is the topic we’re diving into on today’s podcast. 

Listen along to learn:

  • How to deal with overwhelm
  • How to balance ambition and guard against taking too much on
  • Tips to staying focused when you feel like it’s not working 
  • Overcoming setbacks and how to be gentle with yourself 


One of my most important lessons about staying on top of your mindset has been the value of masterminds and having a space to be vulnerable and honest. 

Because it’s okay for you to be vulnerable, have mindset wobbles, and ask if you need a little extra support. 

And if you need money mindset support, my Money Bootcamp community and I are waiting to welcome you when you’re ready. 

Take care,   
xx Denise

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