How often do you procrastinate on important tasks? Don’t you wish you could just get to work and complete everything on your plate? If you are suffering from persistent procrastination, you may wonder if you will ever be able to get anything done. Rest assured that even though you may be a procrastinator you can reign in your tendency to put things off and start accomplishing your goals.
Being an entrepreneur can be an amazing adventure; similar to a roller coaster ride. You’ll have days where nothing seems to go your way and other days where everything from your client relationships to your bank account and your family relationships goes exceptionally well. I’m sure you can relate. It’s easy to stay motivated and on track when all things are in alignment and you feel a sense of fulfillment. But what about those days when you find it hard to be productive, creative and motivated to continue moving forward.
As an entrepreneur what you believe plays a major role in how you show up, serve, and prosper.
Your beliefs, and opinions give shape to the success of your business, bringing forth the large amounts of information and overwhelming amount of stimulation you receive every moment. As many of the modern day self-mastery gurus have advised us over the last few years, negative or limiting beliefs tend to close down possibilities, narrow our vision of the future, and put a lid on progress. There has been much written (and many fortunes built) on learning how to identify and eliminate limiting beliefs.
If your online marketing materials stimulate an image in your mind that is just not you, likely you’ve been trying to model your approach after someone else or you’ve been using work produced by someone else without giving them the benefit of knowing you, learning your approach, sharing your ideas and interjecting your personality into your marketing materials.
So, what’s the solution?
Even though we have all heard the saying “Your actions speak louder than your words”, many people still don’t understand the values of that statement, especially when you are in business. One of the most important aspects of building and keeping the trust of your clients and prospects is your ability to “Do” what you “Say”.