Our relationship with social media is a unique one. On one hand, it allows us to connect and engage with our audiences in ways that weren’t possible before. But on the other hand, it can become detrimental if you don’t set healthy boundaries.
It’s an easy but dangerous habit for people to blame others for their failures. It can be tempting to deflect responsibility onto someone else when things don’t work out, but it rarely solves the underlying issues.
Blaming others ensures that you will never have success. It’s pretty much what it sounds like, blaming your upline, blaming your downline, your sideline, your company, the product, nothing’s working.
If you are struggling to attract that ideal client, that Ideal customer, the person that you want to work with your business. Nine times out of 10 something is wrong with your branding and I’m not just talking about colors and fonts.