At the end of 2015 as I was doing my end of year business assessment I realized that I struggled in my business more than succeeding. I didn’t like the feelings and array of emotions I dealt with and was truly on the verge of giving up, throwing up my hands, and saying forget this. But I realized that struggles will happening and it’s how I deal with those struggles and what actions I take to ease those struggles.
Below is a video I did dealing with this subject and I will be doing a series of videos on this subject that will help those of us that are solo-entrepreneurs to get through this process and make 2016 a better year for us all.
Now that you’ve watched the video, I would appreciate a list of struggles you’ve experienced or is experiencing in your solo-entrepreneur business as to address them in the following video series, input your comments below
Don’t let last year’s mistakes or lack of accomplishments stop you from doing your best in 2015. Whatever did or didn’t happen in your life and business, know that you can start with a new slate, make it what you desire, how you want it to look and how you want to move forward. Life if too short not to life to the fullest and having fun in working your business!
Last week’s blog “Just Start” – http://giveyourselfpower.com/just-start/, I shared a powerful quote about getting started. This week I want to share a video by my accountability partner (AP) and friend Bonnie Pond, the author of, The Power of Three: How to Be Happy and Get What You Want in Life (Without Doing Anything Illegal, Immoral,or Unethical),” about getting up, dressing up, and showing up and the importance of that in your life. This is also important for you as this year ends and to help make next year a better year in your life as well as with your business.
All of us want to be more successful next year than we were this year, we want the best out of our lives and for our businesses as well as generate more income for our businesses. So for next year I want you to be prepared to Get Up, Dress Up, and Show Up for your business especially if you work from home. This will help you to treat your home based business as the business it is instead of turning it into a hobby.
Bonnie’s wesite is – www.bonniepond.com. There you can read more about her and connect with her via Social Media.