I was at a cocktail party once and I met a number of different professionals: doctors, attorneys, and CPAs. I was shocked that some of these professionals seemed offended by the labels of “entrepreneur” and “salesperson.” It struck me how the labels we put on ourselves can determine whether or not we reach greatness. Our deepest beliefs can cloud our judgment about our potential in business. I see clearly how these “professionals” who don’t want to be called “salespeople” or “entrepreneurs” are very limited in their mindset of what’s possible. Not only are they limited in marketing themselves, but also with the bottom line. Their poverty beliefs are costing them
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