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Entrepreneurs can find themselves stuck into cycles where they have a lot on their plates, and are not able to move forward - they are just treading water. All the tasks on the agenda coupled with the critical decisions to make can generate overwhelming situations without being able to see the light out of the tunnel.
Amelia Earhart, the American aviation pioneer said: “The most effective way to do it - is to do it.” She was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, so I guess her quote stands true.
We often get confused between being busy and getting things done. The best way to experience what I am talking about is to imagine a day when you come home after work with a clear sense of achievement. On that particular day, you get things done. On the other days, you are busy doing stuff.
The issue lies with planning: getting things done requires a plan. Lack of planning will increase stress and result in losing control.
The solution is simple: spend time planning ahead. I'd like to share an efficient model:
Embark on a journey you have control upon: Start with proper planning.
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A common difficulty that business owners face is finding clarity of purpose.
Many underestimate the need for a strategy, and put their businesses at risk. Watch this video to use the 5 key elements an efficient business strategy is comprised of.
Would you rather drive your business blindfolded, or craft the most efficient strategy for it?
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Given a choice, human beings often choose the easiest option. We tend to go for the instant reward or gratification instead of taking a more difficult long-term road. If you are a master procrastinator, I recommend to watch this TED talk by Tim Urban.
It makes sense: why would we take a more complex direction, especially if we are going to experience discomfort along the way? Why would we want to suffer?
"Be the change you want to see in the world" said Gandhi. The truth is profound change will be mentally or physically painful. So instead of resisting it, embrace the pain: it is a sign that you are actually moving into the right direction.
Discipline, day-by-day, month-by-month, one small step after the other, is the tool that will get you through the change process. Do not listen to the voice in your head that says you can't do this: it is lying.
Here are 3 steps you can take to be more disciplined:
PS: The underlying purpose of coaching is to build confidence and show you that your goals can be reached. You are ready to start a conversation? Then book a time with me, and we will discuss how success looks like for you.