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The truth is that we don’t have a lot of time until 2011 is done and over. We’re more than halfway through the year, and so we’ve got to get cookin’ if we’re going to hit our goals. And of course my main concern is – and always will be – to help you reach your goals…so start using these home business tips…and start asking questions and leaving comments about what else you want/need to learn for your business.
Now That That’s Out of the Way…Here’s Today’s Home Business Tips
So one of the things that you need, in order to have success at anything, including having a successful home business…is DISCIPLINE!
Discipline is one of those words that make us sort of squirm when we hear it (or in this case read it) because it’s something that we all pretty much know that we need more of. If you say that you don’t need more discipline, then you’re either lying, or you’re Jesus! I’m guess on the former.
Alright so the first step is always admitting that we have a problem. Hopefully you’ve gotten that far now. So what’s next?
Well, it’s making it EASIER to have that discipline that we so desperately and clearly need more of.
So I want to tell you an easy and fast way to have more discipline on a regular daily basis…
Home Business Tips to Getting More Disciplined Fast and Easy…
First of all, there’s one thing that’s for sure. If you let yourself get overwhelmed then discipline tends to go straight out the window. That’s why a big old huge “to-do list” is such an eyesore. It’s almost as if you’ve written down a reminder of all the stuff that you won’t be getting to that day.
No way to stay motivated to do stuff.
However, we still need the discipline and friendly nudge to do things.
That’s why it’s always better to keep a shorter list of things to do in the beginning of the day, knock those things off the list, and then add to them throughout the day.
So instead of starting your day off adding 20 things to do on your list, each of them as difficult as ever, try adding just 5 things to your list. And make these five things the things that you can easily finish. Once you’ve gone through those items, add three more, and then three more.
You’ll soon find yourself getting much more done than you ever thought possible, and therefore discipline will begin to be a habit that you’re mastering, rather than something that you struggle with.