I am no stranger to atmosphere stuck in this journey . I began my online journey back in 2009 and over the years have been lucky enough to work with mentors such as Brendan Burchard, Tony Robbins and T Harv Eker to name a couple. In 2013 I was able to sack my own boss and quit my entire time Executive level Government Role I'd worked in for almost 17 decades.
Going full-time online is not straightforward. You need to give up the comforts of a steady income to delve into the unknown. A lot of things keep us from making the jump --things like panic and insecurity.
I decided to collect the classes I have discovered along the way and to share them with others, such as you, attempting to better themselves and develop a liberty laptop lifestyle.
1. Concentrate in your WHY.
How big is the WHY for starting an online business. Can it be to stop your job, have more time freedom to spend with family and friends or more money to go on such a luxury vacation or buy that new vehicle. How dedicated are you to your objective? How significant is it to you, and what are you willing to sacrifice in order to achieve it? If you find yourself fully focused and dedicated, motivation will soon follow.
2. Seek a Mentor and the Ideal knowledge.
Having a mentor can fast track your results and take you be the hand and show you the way. If you focus on the excitement of discovery, improving, experimenting and exploring, your motivation will always be fuelled. So the key is to get a Mentor, and enjoy the journey not focus on the destination. Keep thinking about what you are learning along the way and developing your own mindset and abilities.
3. Get rid of Negative beliefs and thoughts.
Thoughts influence feelings and feelings determine the best way to see the world. You have a Good Deal of ideas in your head, and you always have a choice of which ones to focus on: the ones which can make you emotionally stuck (fears, doubts) or those that will move you closer to your goals (excitement, experimenting, trying new things and stepping outside of your comfort zone)
4. Use your creativity.
Next step after eliminating unwanted thoughts is to use your imagination. Picture yourself already living the life that you want, driving the car you always wanted, residing in the house you dreamed of and travelling and enjoying that amazing holiday.
5. Eliminate distractions & take ACTION.
Meaningless things and distractions will always be in your way, particularly those simple, usual things you would rather do rather than focusing on new hard and income producing activities. Learn how to focus on what is the most essential and delegate the tasks which aren't to a digital assistant.
6. Plan and set Aims.
Know your monthly and weekly plan and establish your goals. Review how each day went by what you've learned, attained and revise what 4% you can improve.
7. Protect yourself from burnout.
Watch yourself to recognize any symptoms of tiredness and take some time to rest. Your body and head rest when you schedule comfort and fun time in your week. Diversify your tasks, keep shifting between something creative and logical, something bodily and still, working independently and with a team. Switch locations to provide yourself a fresh outlook.
I hope that these tips help your handle and succeed in your online journey.