Archive | November, -0001
After you get up in the morning, set a 10 minute timer and do something productive.
This might be writing, outlining your day, replying to emails, writing the outline to your next blogpost, writing down 10 article ideas, etc.
Do it until the time runs out, and then carry on with your usual morning routine.
This sets a productive tone for the day and forms a good work habit.
Plus it gets your mind onto work, and makes it that much easier to resume work after you finish your morning routine.
“They’re always saying I should choose a niche I’m passionate about. But frankly I’m not passionate about any of the big money making niches like health, money, relationships and so forth.” “So how do I pick a niche?”
Choose something proven to make money that you are curious about.
You don’t need to be passionate if you’ve got curiosity.
Everything you do in marketing – research, interviewing experts, blogging, posting to social media, creating products – can be done really well as long as you’re curious to learn more about your topic and you want to share that information with others.
Follow your curiosity and your knowledge will grow. As it does, ideas will emerge that you’ll be inspired to implement. Do this consistently and you’ll have a growing business.
You may not be able to focus 100% on your target when you are planning on building a home business. There may be many reasons for this. Many other things constantly demand your attention and interrupt you repeatedly. That said, part of learning to focus is keeping your eye trained on the target no matter what else happens during the day.
You may have a stressful day job, a rough commute and family concerns which are all important and need to be dealt with first. You may really have to change some things so that you find time for your home business project and somehow squeeze this extra activity into your busy schedule.
It sounds like your home business will have the lowest priority, but as long as you at least see it as more important than watching TV or hanging out with friends, your business will have a chance to get off the ground. It doesn’t have to be today, but every day you wait is costing you valuable experience and progress toward the life you are truly dreaming of.
Take care of all your pressing priorities so that they will be out of the way and then you can better focus on what you need to do to develop your business. To begin with, there will be research and planning. The business you choose will be determined by your interests, but dependent on your skills and other resources you may have or need to acquire going forward.
It is always a good idea to analyze and then plan your actions. Start with why you want to start a business. Focus on this, because you will need to stay motivated throughout the process. Sometimes just a little self-talk will remind you there is something else to do before it is time to relax. Sometimes that is all it takes to trigger a nice jolt of energy to go the extra mile needed to make a business breakthrough, or just get the job done.
Take control of your future right now and push yourself to reach your target goal of financial independence today. Focus on your target of building a home business with every spare minute you have; and while it may not be your first priority, it has to be one of the top priorities if you want it to become successful. There is no better time than the present to get started, so roll up your sleeves, get to work and continue forward on your journey of building a successful business from home!