- Create Challenges for Yourself
Changing your approach can help you stay interested in what you’re doing. If you are doing the same assignment similar to what you’ve done in the past, think about it in a different way. Create challenges that will push you to get it done. Example: Take meetings only on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 9:00 – 11:00 am because we all know that meetings are time stealer. You may also challenge yourself to work on writing my book from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm Mon., Tues., Thur., Fri. for the next three weeks! Then reward yourself when you have been successful.2. Find a Social Support Network
2. Find a Social Support Network
Find groups that will help you stay accountable to your goals, like Meetups or Groupspace. If there isn’t a group out there then maybe create a group. When leaders lead it forces them to accomplish their goals because they are leading the team and will feel obligated to accomplish what they are pushing their team to do.
- Review your goals weekly
Taking out time to remind yourself about your goals will help you stay empowered and on track. It’s easy to let life and business happen as usual, by reviewing your goals it will allow you to rethink and refocus. You will question your production more.
- Find someone you can offer your service to for FREE that will benefit them. Yes FREE.
Give advice, do one thing that will help them get closer to their dream. The law of reciprocity is real, it states “what good you put out, will return to you.” Give of yourself and your business; it will encourage you.
- Write what you’re grateful for:
We can focus on what is not working that we sometimes miss what is working. By writing A Gratitude List, it reminds us that we are accomplishing things. Gratitude is not my natural disposition, it will take time and effort but it will benefit you greatly on this journey called entrepreneurship.
“It always seems impossible until it’s done.”- Nelson Mandela