It’s easy to start. Easy to set grand goals. The tricky part is sticking with the project.
Back in January, business owners worldwide set goals. They committed to do what’s required, in order to significantly grow their business this year. By April, almost all of them had slipped back into old habits.
For most small business owners, the first day of January is not the start of a New Year. It’s simply another chance to relive the same disappointing year all over again.
If you’re sick of working hard and making too little progress, stop. Stop and ask yourself why you’re repeating the same errors. Ask yourself why you’re starving your business of the resources you know it needs. Ask yourself why you’ve accepted this totally unnecessary cycle of struggle… why it’s OK for you to waste year after year. None of us can afford to waste years going nowhere.
Then, if you are serious about improving things…
Don’t wait for January to come along before you get serious about the future of your business. Instead, give your business a head start. Get moving today.
The message here is clear — old ways won’t open new doors. So, let go of the old and embrace progress.