You’ve been there before — a project looms before you like an imposing mountain peak. The path to the top is unclear. It’s certain to be littered with obstacles and ripe for procrastination. But not to worry, the journey becomes significantly smoother once you understand how to get a project across the finish line. So let’s arm you with practical strategies, resources, and the essential knowledge you need to tackle even the most ambitious projects. You’ll transform those intimidating peaks into manageable hills. This post may contain affiliate links. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links.
Category: Goal Setting and Achievement
As an entrepreneur you juggle multiple responsibilities and strive to be productive in your daily task management. This post may contain affiliate links. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. By prioritizing tasks, creating a daily and weekly task list, using productivity techniques, and leveraging task management tools, you can streamline your efforts and optimize your time. This means better, faster progress for you. And who does’t love that? So, let’s look at some of these strategies in depth, with a focus on how to plan your daily and weekly workload so you hit your targets.
Achieving your business goals shouldn’t be so hard, but all too often you find yourself nearing the end of your year only to find that you’re way off target. Before you know it, a new year has begun and you promise yourself that this year will be different. But will it really? It sure could be. But the question is, what will it take to get a different outcome? To make massive progress on your business goals? This post may contain affiliate links. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. Why You Need to Set Business
Setting appropriate goals is something that every business owner should prioritize. When you get it right, these goals will guide your actions — which saves you time and makes business easier. To get it right, you need to set both long term and short term goals for your small business. This post may contain affiliate links. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. Today, I’m deep diving into short terms goals. You’ll understand what they are, how they are different from long term goals, and why you need them. Plus, I’ll give you a few examples,
Last year, you put time and thought into the business goals you set. However, you got to the end of the year, looked back, and found yourself way off the mark. And this year? You’re on track to do much of the same. But why repeat the same old patterns only to get the same results? It’s time to do something different. Why Your Goals Matter Tony Robbins says, “Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.” I love this quote so much. And I think it gets to the heart of why it’s important
Failure is a given when it comes to business ownership. According to the US Small Business Administration, over 30% of businesses fail within the first two years. But what about the remaining 70% of businesses? While they may keep chugging along, they certainly aren’t immune to failure. That’s why in this post, I’m going to talk about how to handle failure in business. The following are five tips you can use next time you experience a failure – big or small! 5 Tips for How to Handle Failure in Business Being a solo entrepreneur can be hard, especially following a
The word pivot is used a lot in business circles. Many people use it to describe any major change or shift in direction that occurs in a business…or even giving up on the business entirely. But is that really what it is? In this post, we’re going to look at what a pivot actually is, and how to know if it’s time for you to pivot in your business. What is Pivoting? The term pivot is actually derived from the game of basketball. A pivot is when a player takes a step with one foot, while still keeping their other
You’ve probably heard a lot about the importance of setting goals in your business. But do you understand how to set goals in your business? As a small business owner, you may have found it hard to actually sit down and think about which goals you want to set. That’s totally normal. I’ve totally got you! Today I’m going to show you how to set goals in your business using a simple 3-step strategy. So, no more procrastinating… just a clear plan for setting and crushing your goals going forward! Step 1: Make Sure You’re Clear on Your Business Mission
Are you setting goals for your business? It’s something you know is necessary, yet somehow, it’s a struggle to actually do it. In my experience, the reason behind this is simple: you know that if you set goals, you can also fail at them. And while this is a very understandable fear, it’s also a surefire recipe for never moving ahead in your businesses. So, in this post, I’m going to share five goal-setting tips that will motivate and inspire you to not only set goals – but to set them in a way that will increase your productivity and