Lets just go straight to the point without wasting your time. We offer you the advice for entrepreneurs struggling to stay the course:
1. Reclaim your head space first.
Until you learn your triggers and can calm and soothe yourself, you won’t be bringing your best self.
2. Acknowledge your situation.
Do a truly objective assessment of where you’re going and what’s in the way.
3. Be strategic in your approach.
How can you apply your scarce resources of dollars, time and focus for best return?
4. Spot the patterns.
What’s this like? Is this similar to another industry, time or situation?
5. Research the gap.
Who’s conquered this before? What can I learn from them?
6. Commit before setting off without getting attached.
Understand that the outcome might not be controllable, but the inputs are. So focus 100 percent on inputs, free from attaching your self-worth to the result.
7. Ask yourself who you need to be to get the result.
For just about anything good or bad in your life, you’re the common denominator. Greatness comes from understanding that who you are changes the effectiveness of what you’re doing.