Committing to Your Success

Committing to Your Success

We all have at least one good idea that we can make become our reality. If this is true, then why are there not more successful people? Unfortunately, there can be a large amount of obstacles that entrepreneurs face. Even though becoming successful can be an uphill battle, it is important to not make excuses and to act on your plans.

Time: You may feel that you do not have any spare time for yourself to help grow your business and ideas. This might be true that you are sparse on extra time, but if you do not start accomplishing your goals, someone else will accomplish them in your place. Most people take too much time planning and waiting on others. You need to hire the right people to help you accomplish the projects that you cannot. While the other person that you hired is working on your task, do not wait for them! Continue to work on your end goal instead of focusing on where you are today.

Commitment: You need to make a full commitment to your business. This does not mean you need to quit your job as it may not be financially feasible. You do need to commit mentally and set goals for yourself daily. For example, you could commit to filming one video a week, or posting twice on your business social media page, or calling five leads each day. The possibilities are endless and will vary depending on your business. Lastly, it is important to create a schedule that is a roadmap of your entire day. This gives you the ability to commit to each task at the time scheduled so that you do not go off-course.

When you first begin to market your product or service, you will need to be PATIENT with your results. It takes time to produce exposure and leads but this is not time wasted! You should be IMPATIENT with your activities; continue to try new things. Many of your ideas will fail, but it is important that you continue to try new things. If an idea fails, have a backup plan so that you can avoid waiting and proceed toward your goals. If you continue to stay on the same path, you will never succeed. It is important to continuously look for opportunities to better your business.

By |2018-08-28T12:40:47+00:00August 28th, 2018|Get More Done|1 Comment

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  1. My initial problem as an entrepreneur was my daily task list, it kept me up at night! I always had a list of no less then 29 “TO DO’s” on my list. I would get SOME of MOST of it done. Never completing a task. It wasn’t working for me. I was exhausted, spinning my wheels and going nowhere. I learned to prioritize, and kept my list to 4 tasks a day. I am still trying to shave it to 3, but it is just not in the cards for me. By doing this, and accomplishing all 4 things on my daily list, my business has taken off on me 3 times! Catching up was fun and challenging! I’m still exhausted most of the time, failure is part of it, but I’m still here, moving ever forward and upward! I love my job!

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