febrero 03, 2020

5 Top Secrets You Need To Know To Get Unstuck In Your Business

por Veronica Jeans
5 Top Secrets You Need To Know To Get Unstuck In Your Business | veronicajeans.com

Do you feel stuck in your business, and don't know how to move forward?

One of the biggest problems is just STARTING your business. Listening to so many ideas of how to do stuff and always thinking of only launching your business when it is perfect.

The second problem is, not knowing how to create a process to get to your goal. It is all great to have BHAG but, how do you get to achieve those goals.

Sometimes this can cause a feeling of not moving forward.

Here are 5 secrets on how to get unstuck to create a successful business!

1. Evaluate where you are

Why should we stop and evaluate where we are?

Life moves in a forward motion. We thrive on completing the things we set out to do so we can move on to the next big thing. When we feel lost and without direction, we lose motivation.

You cannot move forward if you don’t know where you’re going. As with every business, we can get lost in the details and the busy-ness of being an entrepreneur.

It’s important to stop, evaluate, plan, and move forward for the sake of your business and for the sake of your own well being.

2. Declutter your life

Do you jump onto new ideas before finishing the current one you are busy with?

Stop the noise. How many webinars, workshops, podcasts, Facebook groups, and other resources are your cramming into your day? If this is an area of clutter for you, trim it down and set a schedule. Decide on a frequency that works for you.

Listening to too much information creates a feeling of overwhelm!

Rank your workshops, blogs or podcasts and only attend the top session once a week.

Decide what is important in your business to move your business forward.

And only create ONE task or project to work on. Complete the project before you try to learn something new.

Plan your actions to get that task achieved. Finish the task before moving to the next one.

Don't try to learn everything at the same time.

You will be amazed at how much you can achieve.

3. Recharge your mind 

Carve out time to really ‘be’ with your business.

When you carve out time to ‘be’ with your business, I mean quite literally, time to sit and think, write down your ideas or sketch out product improvements.

You may want to ask yourself if you still passionate about your products or services or are you trying to distract yourself? Are you bored with what you are doing now?

We should all be trying to recreate the passion!

I personally use my time traveling (Houston is a vastly large city, so I am ALWAYS driving) to just think and let my mind wander. I keep the music off, I don’t listen to any news, I just zone into my thoughts to recharge my mind and hone in on the thoughts that develop.

I have found when you find that quiet time, those are the moments you come up with your best ideas.

Create a space and time for yourself when you can zone out.

Whether it is exercising, walking or just sitting and meditating.

It is important to get that quiet time for your brain to become more creative.

4. Guide your focus 

Earlier I talked about that feeling when you have so much going on, you end up treading water. We have all been there, or are there right now.

It’s important to guide our focus intentionally. Multitasking is great and can be beneficial, but it must be done correctly.

Try mapping out your big and small projects or tasks on priority, and then working on one big project simultaneously with a few smaller tasks.

Sometimes, checking off a few smaller tasks before you spend real time on a larger project can help you feel more productive and give you the momentum you need to dive into the rest of your day.

Now you’re ready to focus on your big project. Break it down into smaller chunks. Use a project timeline and stick with what you assign.

If you set two tasks to complete on Monday, complete those and don’t start on the next tasks until the next day of the assignment.

Soon you will feel focused and organized!

5. Ask for help 

If your arms are full and something starts slipping, would you let it fall or would you ask for help from someone nearby?

I would hope we can all ask for the same help in our businesses (and our personal lives). It’s important to have someone in your business life to give guidance, support, and accountability.

Generally, my rule on this is to keep the emotion out of it. Your mentor shouldn’t be your significant other or business partner, but rather someone in your industry with knowledge, experience and maybe a different point of view.

YOU are the expert on YOUR product, but there are others out there that are experts on their products and services.

This relationship can provide tremendous growth and advancement if you’re strategic about it.

Don’t be intimidated by reaching out to people. The least they can say is no, and you can move on.

Be clear and forthcoming about your intentions. Communicate and engage with your mentor.

Plan together.

You will forever forge a bond of success and growth!

Get some more information in these articles:

5 Top Secrets You Need To Know To Get Unstuck In Your Business

10 Reasons To Not Fail In Business & How To Survive 

How to Survive in Business

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