If your”get up and go” has got up and gone, here are a couple of suggestions to get your mojo back.
1. Stop Procrastinating
Chances are you may not be in the mood once you begin, however you’ll gradually relax into a groove and get on with your to-do list. However badly the job comes out, including a new blog post, you’ve got something that you can edit and enhance. Procrastinating won’t gain you anything.
2. Do not Try to Be”Perfect”
Many business owners overwhelm themselves by believing everything they do has to be perfect. It doesn’t. It just has to get done. Do your best, of course, spellcheck your job and be sure to have stated what you actually mean and won’t violate anyone before you hit the Send button. But doing your best is far better than doing nothing whatsoever.
3. Avoid Overwhelm
A great deal of people struggle to get their workday started because they are so overwhelmed they literally don’t have any clue where to begin – and so they do not do anything. If that is true, it is time for an honest appraisal of what you’re spending your time on every day. Look at outsourcing some of those jobs to cheap freelancers. But before you find the proper helper/s, just select anything from your to-do listing and just do it.
4. Outsource Tasks Which Drag You Down
There are always going to be tasks you love doing and look forward to daily. It’s likely that you are good at them, they’re interesting, and you’re pleased with your work. Then there are the activities which are boring, boring and you hate them. There are numerous salespeople online who can take these jobs off your plate so you can happily spend time doing the things you love.
5. Manage Your Time Better
1 reason you may feel unmotivated is that you are spending a lot of hours on your business, but do not appear to be getting the results you’re hoping for. There could be a few reasons for this. One is that your hours are actually not as successful as you think they are. Create a spreadsheet to monitor typical work days. Every 15 minutes, write down what you’ve accomplished. Then determine how much of your work sessions could be spent on things that actually grow your business.
6. Reward Yourself
Give yourself a little treat at the end of every task you complete. It might be a break, a nice hot cup of java, or five minutes of watching humorous videos online – just don’t get carried away.