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Boost Your Productivity (And Self-Image) With These Tips

Successful business owners need more than just a great vision for their company and contribution to the world. Great ideas amount to nothing if they are never executed, so once your have an end goal and game plan for business success you still need one more piece: motivation. Lack of a drive to get things done can become your biggest obstacle to business success, so we would like to offer the tips for mustering your motivation.

  1. Choose Your Words Carefully: Are you all about success? That is great, but can become problematic when you encounter all the little human failings that happen each day. Instead of trying to embody success, work on becoming unstoppable. You may encounter a thousand little snafus each day, but none of them can stand in your way.
  2. What Would Mom Say?: Self-evaluation is important, but all too often our appraisal of ourselves leads us down a rabbit trail of focusing on our weak points. Experts report that the majority of us say a handful of negative things about ourselves for every positive thing. That kind of mentality is self-defeating, so work on having a more positive attitude. If you need some inspiration to love yourself more, your colleagues, friends and family can remind you of all the reasons they value you. Capture those thoughts, and go over them regularly so you can stay upbeat and motivated.
  3. Be The Best:If you have a hundred things to do that day, it can be tempting to rush through them all get your list checked off. Taking the time to do every task at hand excellently, though, will make you a standout in your career and help highlight your business in the industry. Make a commitment to yourself that you will do the best you can at all you do and your self-respect and personal motivation will increase dramatically.

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AMF: Always Moving Forward

Fear of not obtaining perfection can hold people and companies back. But the perfect outcome is protean and pliant. Action is the thing that energizes and engages. Once a product or plan is actualized and is gaining momentum, then it can be changed and modified. The good can be made better, but if you are holding back until the ideal is real, then you may very well miss something that is perfect — opportunity. This philosophy is what drives the Mike Stromsoe’s Unstoppable Profit Producer Program.

Failure is only failure if you walk away from the experience without learning or changing from the outcome. Some of the biggest failures, from the advent of penicillin to the discovery of champagne came about because their inventors set out for one goal, then when they saw what they had, they drew upon that success. Then there are things that came from a specific plan, from computers to cars, and are continuously improved upon; what was good was made great. Start where you are. Be fearless; failing is one of the paths to getting to where you need to be.

Start with drive, discipline and motivation. Do the work. Listen to feedback. Learn from your results. Fine tune. Discover what works and build on it; even if that means failing in the original attempt. Encourage yourself and the people on your team fail forward, to keep moving forward, and to grow towards success.

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Goal Setting: Developing a Vision and Succeeding

Successful people set high, but attainable goals. The key to setting an attainable goal largely has to do with specifying precisely what it is that you plan to accomplish. Setting a high goal will force you to align your corporate vision with the barely-possible and make it a reality.

A goal of “I’m going to exercise more” is too vague—easy to fail, yet ominous and intimidating at the same time. Instead, “I’m going to exercise 20 minutes a day, even if it’s walking” is a realistic and doable task. This principle applies to goal setting practices for your business as well.

Theodore Roosevelt once said, “Believe you can and you’re halfway there.”

By setting goals that you have to work to reach for, you push yourself to new heights. By setting goals that are well-defined, you are easily able to measure your success or failure in your attempts to complete these goals.

Mike Stromsoe’s Unstoppable Profit Producer Program is designed to help you create and set goals for your business. Use a trusted business coach to help you achieve solid success, empowering motivation and measurable growth! Contact Mike today to learn more about what he can do for you!