How many times have you wished you had ‘more time in the day’ to get more things done?
Reality is, we all have the same 24 hours, but how you spend those hours makes all the difference.
Many entrepreneurs feel like they must work around the clock because they have to get things done. Not realizing that if they just slowed down and focused, they could get crystal clear about what their primary goals are, and be able to identify the activities that should be priority.
What it all boils down to is not really needing more time, but needing more clarity.
Do you have a hard time getting things done in your business?
Do you struggle with managing your time?
Do you spend more time hanging out online than you do working?
Life as a home based entrepreneur definitely has its perks, but it also has its challenges as well.
Having flexibility is nice. Time freedom, even better. But sometimes we get way to comfortable, and find ourselves doing very little to advance or dreams and visions.
For many years I struggled with finding a “balance” between my personal life, family life, and business life. To be honest, one area always seemed to get way more than the other two because I could never seem to get it together.
Are you one of the many entrepreneurs who started a business months ago, but are still planning your next business move? Still planning that strategy to reach your first, or next goal and then…planning how you are going to make it happen?
Of course, we have to create our road map to success. We have to have something in place that will guide us. However, a lot of entrepreneurs waste time and energy over planning, that they forget to do the most important task…execution.
This is self-sabotage at it’s finest!
Ask me how I know…
By nature, I’m a very organized and detailed person. I used to deal with being a perfectionist and really struggled with over planning. So much so, I barely got things done. I would spend hour upon hour being busy…but not very productive at all.
As an entrepreneur, there are specific skills you need to develop that will help you be successful. At the same time, there are certain habits that can stop you from experiencing business growth. If you struggle with any of the 3 habits I cover in this post, my hope is that you will see how they are in no way, contributing to your success so you can make some changes.
It doesn’t matter how great of a speaker you are or how persuasive you can be. It doesn’t make a difference if you have great sales experience or strategic abilities. The truth is, none of those skills will matter if your habits are not aligned with business growth.
Many of the women entrepreneurs I work with, many of whom are either moms, single moms or work a full-time job, share one common challenge. That is, believing they don’t have time to blog.
For some reason when it comes to blogging for business, far to many entrepreneurs feel the same way. However, when you are just starting out and have little influence online, blogging is the most effective way to quickly build your business brand and gain some much needed exposure.
There are many reasons why your business needs a blog. In this post, I want to share with you how blogging will not only help you grow your business faster, but won’t require the amount of time you may think, if you have a plan.