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Have you ever asked yourself the question who and where you are? If so, what was your answer? Depending who is asking, we describe the things we believe they would like to hear. So, if you have a destination in mind and are looking for ways to get there, make sure you know who and where you are.
Frustration is one of the biggest hang-ups for entrepreneurs, especially when starting a business. When things don’t go to plan, you get demoralized and your confidence falters. The experiences of one of clients proved that turning negatives into positives is one of the best ways of getting frustration out of your system and turning your life around.
Starting and successfully running a business without any competition might seem like an unusual – if not impossible – way of making money. And yet, it’s a concept that can and does work, if you know the ‘what’ and the ‘why’ of the business you’re actually getting into.
During my years as an entrepreneur there’s one subject that has been discussed the most: ‘How can I stay motivated?’ This is such an important
You can’t touch it and you can’t see it. But – wow – can you feel it when you’ve got it! Motivation is that inner feeling – driven by raw energy – that inspires you to act or behave in a particular way. But where does it come from? How do you find it? And how do you make the most of it?
Most of us can do multiple things at the same time. We can walk and have a conversation at the same time. We can shave or apply makeup while listening to music on the radio. No problem with that. Where it becomes more difficult is when we try to focus on two things at the same time. That’s when we realize; we can’t.
I started thinking about the possibility of making my improvised work space a place I could enjoy and hopefully boost my productivity as well. I learned that sometimes, the smallest change could refresh my point of view and help me see the situation from a completely new angle. When I feel refreshed, there is no room for stress.