April 19, 2016

Keep Your Eye On Your Prize

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I’m Lauren, I started my first business while trapped in a cubicle and dreaming about a better life for myself and my clients. I spent my days fixing issues I knew I could have prevented... if I'd just gotten to work with the client earlier. So I started - on an ancient laptop with a clipart logo and within 18 months was the owner of a thriving practice. 

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Are you always starting fabulous projects but never getting them to the end and launched.

Do you feel like everyone else is doing this better than you?

With so many distractions in your life, it is easy to take your eye of your goals and let them fall by the wayside.

In today’s episode, we talk about keeping your eye on your prize and how to make you goals a reality.

We all have different strengths and weaknesses. Seeing what others are doing can sometimes take us away from our why, mission and purpose.

It’s time to keep your eye on your prize.

But with all this constant information how can you stay on target?

Step One: Know your real vision.

If you don’t know where your heading you are already lost. Planning is key to your business success. Break your goals down into small quick steps to keep you inspired and on track.

Step Two: Schedule yourself.

Every business builder that I have worked with started growing and achieving their version of success only once they scheduled their day. This is because if you allow yourself a specific amount of time to achieve a desired task then you have a due day. If you don’t you can trick your mind into thinking you are achieving when you aren’t really.

Step Three: Analyse yourself.

Know what is your distractor. If starting out your day with checking your emails takes you off on that journey you have two choices – Set an alarm so you only do for your scheduled amount of time or do only after your have achieved a specific job.

Now it is over to you. In the comments below how do you start on target and keep your eye on your prize?