Have you been trying to figure out what you should be doing on a daily basis to grow your business?
You’d be surprised at how simple this can be (even though it sounds like it takes a ton of effort to design)
Your goal as a business owner is to get eyes on your product, service or opportunity…every single day. How you do that varies, depending on you and your goals.
To keep things simple. You should determine how many people (leads), you want to get in front of your offer. Set a goal for yourself. If you want to expose 5 people per day, let that be your daily focus and goal.
If you are feeling a bit overwhelmed, or burnt out in your business, it’s time to take a brief pause, and get back to the basics.
Don’t feel bad, all entrepreneurs get off track at times.
What’s important is that you recognize when things aren’t going quite right so you can make improvements.
Most times, it’s because we are doing way too much. We get so busy watching everyone else doing what they do. It gets us thinking, ‘maybe I should be doing that too.’
Next thing you know, you have veered so far off course, and didn’t even notice.
You forgot to keep it simple. You know, keeping the main thing…the main thing.
Do you ever wonder how home based moms are making a successful living working from home?
Ever thought how easily it seems, they can turn a passion into a profitable business in almost no time at all?
Though they may have toddlers or infants to care for, somehow they seem to know how to make working from home, really work!
What is it that these moms are doing different to get the ball rolling and bringing in the money so quickly?
The Home Based Work At Home Mom Priority
There is one thing that makes these moms successful, and it is where they place their focus.
You have this vision. You have an idea. You know that if you could just get in front of the right people, you can seriously, change some lives. You even know that what you’ve got has value, and if enough people know about it, your life would be so different.
The reality is, doing business online is not as easy as the experts make it sound. You know in order to reap the rewards of your labor, you’ve got to build an audience. But, not just any audience, an engaged and loyal one.
You’re no dummy, you know building this audience is going to take time and effort. You realize that there has to be order, a process to making it happen. That all takes time. So you start to wonder, what should I do in the meantime?
When I hear things like, “Social Media is a waste of time” or “Social Media doesn’t work” coming from the mouths (or emails) of entrepreneurs, it makes me shake my head in wonder. Maybe I’m out of line, but unless you are a hermit, I just can’t wrap my mind around how being social and connecting with people, doesn’t “work” for someone.
Maybe I’m a little biased since I built my entire online business on the principles of social media – connecting and building relationships with people, back in 2009.
The reason why many entrepreneurs and small businesses don’t see the benefit of using social media to build their business is because they have the wrong idea about what they should be doing.