Shared Vision Executives value a student mentality. The benefits of an individual that embodies a student mentality are endless. For one thing, you’re the person who constantly strives to be better than they were yesterday. “This type of mindset is what winners have. These individuals are the ones that make learning new skill-sets super important and integral to their routine. “Due to the fact that they constantly striving to learn new things, they become better and better each day,” mentions Mike Heldman of Shared Vision Executives. We all have doubts, fears and downfalls and we always want to be in another person’s shoes because they have it better. This feeling alone should make you want to be better for yourself. At Shared Vision Executives we value self-improvement and always encourage our crew to do the same.
“Self-improvement to use means that you are trying to make yourself better for your future. You aren’t just comfortable or stuck with your everyday routine. You want to push and make yourself better. In a general sense, this type of improvement comes from within. Consider these areas of improvement, for example, health, confidence, and skills (public speaking, etc.,) these are crucial for every survival and it’s important you want to be better so that you never lack in any areas,” says Shared Vision Executives. We believe that if an individual stays in one spot for too long, they will deteriorate. If you’re steadily improving that’s different, the deterioration aspect comes when you’re stuck and aren’t doing anything about it!
To make sure you stay on top of your potential it’s important to keep yourself active and motivated to be better. The best thing you can gain from self-improvement is the ability to be confident. Confidence is something many individuals lack which prevents them from many opportunities in life. However one way to feel better about this aspect is to identify what makes you insecure and tackle that. In some ways this is more active than temporarily telling yourself it’ll be okay. “Taking action against anything that is negative and making yourself better, trying to change is the first step to self-improvement” says Mike Heldman of Shared Vision Executives.