How many times have you thought to yourself, wow this would be such a great business idea? Fast forward a few months and nothing, nada, zilch? Yeah, we’ve been there before and know what it’s like. You begin to kick yourself over taking no action and ultimately start to question yourself. We all have these “brilliant” ideas but they don’t mean anything without execution. So how do we take that first step?
The next step is to create a schedule for when you’ll be able to work on this idea. Make it realistic because consistency is key. The last thing you want to do is burn yourself out after a weekend of non-stop work. If you’re like most people, you have “9-5” or some kind of day job or obligation. This means your time is very limited and working on any type of project requires dedication and somehow hacking more time into your day. One of our favorite tricks is to properly plan out your week ahead of time. We recommend breaking out your priorities into high, medium and low items so that you’re able to jump right into your priorities for the week whenever you get the chance. It's okay if you can only allocate a few hours a week - slow progress is always better than no progress.
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