There’s a hidden understanding that we should constantly be focused on the next goal, the next achievement, the next accomplishment. Never satiated… always wanting more. This secret desire to want more and more and more dictates many of our actions – whether we realize it or not. Not so sure… let’s take a look.
Money is our primary resource in life. We need it to survive and achieve many of the goals that we have for our lives. It’s right up there with water and air – because without it there is no shelter, food, clothing… etc. Over one-third of adults spend more than they make and about 70% live paycheck to paycheck.
Have your sales stalled? Do you feel like your business has plateaued after a promising start? Don’t worry. It’s very common for businesses to experience highs and lows, but to survive, you need to create momentum and interest.
Do you hold yourself and your business up to a certain standard? If you consider yourself a professional, you likely answered “yes”. But what if you were asked to write those standards down? The truth is that even if we believe we have high standards for ourselves it doesn’t mean we always implement them.
Networking – we’re often told that it’s the key to business success, and most of us are conscious that we should be doing more of it. But with the limited time and resources that usually characterize a new entrepreneur, how do we make sure that the connections we’re making are the right ones? How do we form meaningful relationships that will increase our effectiveness and profitability in business?
When starting out in business, saving money is a primary focus. If you’re an entrepreneur you likely understand the importance of low overhead and keeping costs down. What you might not realize is that with a little research and a good understanding of the options available to you, it’s possible to get more done with less than you think.