I want you to remember this: regret tastes like crap.

In order to have not regret, you want to just say yes – but here’s the deal.

A couple years ago, I was launching a course called the Fast Start Dream Business Program (of which my teaching on getting more high-ticket clients was part of the curriculum).

Like any Dream Business entrepreneur, even a seasoned and successful coach like myself, I found myself asking “What if?”

As in…

What if it doesn’t work?

What if it goes wrong?

What if I put all this time into creating a sales page and it doesn’t convert?

What if someone beats me to it?

What if I do this?

What if I do that?

What if I raise my prices and I lose my current customers?

What if I regret doing this crap?

Your mind can get so embroiled in the negativity of “what if”, and it’s easy to just say no.

Because when you just say no, it keeps you right there in your comfort zone where at least, at least even if you’re struggling, you know what that struggle feels like.

Make a change, and the struggle might get worse.

But you know what?

In the end you’ll regret it even worse, and you’ll REALLY feel like crap.

You’ll be down the road of trying to cope with regret.

When you say yes to something that’s going to help your business grow, even if you’re a little frightened, that’s going to push you forward.

Winners just say yes.

Winners get outside their comfort zone.

They’re not afraid to take the shot.

When they hit headwinds, they adjust their sails.

If they ask “what if” – they’re asking “what if it DOES work?”

That sure won’t taste like crap!

Cap't Jim Palmer, The Dream Business Coach

Cap’t Jim Palmer, best known internationally as the Dream Business Coach, is creator of the Dream Business Mastermind and Coaching Program and host of Dream Business Radio – a weekly podcast based on Jim’s smart marketing and dream business building strategies. Claim your FREE Dream Business Transformation now!

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