How often do you feel like you’re behind?
That somehow you’re late to the race, to the party...that you’re not moving fast enough or good enough...or enough period!
If you’ve ever felt that push, the anxiety, that feeling that you’re somehow not enough no matter what you do or how hard you push, then keep reading and listening!
I love momentum.
Momentum to me almost always feels like I’ve got so much amazing stuff to share that I can’t get it out fast enough… When I’m feeling momentum, I don’t get hung up on what I haven’t done yet, but I literally start taking massive action toward whatever big focus or goal I’m working toward.
Momentum in your business might feel like:
> your list is growing finally
> people are interacting with your social media
> people are emailing you
> you’re easily responding to every request you get
> you’re creating content without any “blank page syndrome”
> everything feels easy and flowing
> you’re finally spending time on the important things
> you’re making money and it doesn’t feel like you killed yourself for it
I’m telling you when things are buzzing along like this, running your business feels easier.
You might be rolling your eyes right now, but I’m telling you these things because there is a way to kickstart momentum.
Here are 5 ways to kickstart momentum ASAP!
Have a happy 2016!
Another year is coming to a close.
How did it go? Did your busy grow? Did it stay the same? Did you launch? Were you happy?
Perfect time to take stock of all the things in your business and life that happened. The good and the bad.
Because I always look for the lesson in whatever challenges me and my wins too, I sat down and thought of the biggest ones from 2015. They are likely not the first or last time I have talked or will talk about these lessons…
Running a business requires constant, ongoing improvement. So, here’s what I was reminded to improve every year. Again.
If you’ve ever wondered why you aren’t making a bigger splash, more money, growing at the pace you think you should, you might need to learn some of these lesson too. Read the full post here:
You’ve got this launching thing down.
You did your first product launch – not a lot of sales, but your list grew, you’re getting rave reviews about your program. You done good.
You are excited – a little pumped – and extremely proud of yourself. You feel like finallyyyy “you get it”.
But you’re feeling something else too.
You keep thinking, “I’m supposed to do this again?”
How are you supposed to turn back around and do another one? I mean really?
Another one? This year?
The emotional rocking that happens during a launch can’t really be understood until you go through it. Putting yourself out there, putting your energy into a launch, being open to that success or failure. It’s draining on so many levels.
And – if it’s draining for you – it’s draining for your customers too.
But you can avoid launch exhaustion easily.
With what I like to call – A PLAN. (shocker, I know!)
Spend any time on social media, reading blogs, going to webinars, listening to business summits and you’ll hear one thing over and over.
You’ve got to outsource to grow.
And the idea is fine - it’s true. You need to delegate many things in your business.
But there are others who prefer to go it alone as long as they can - until they literally MUST hire people to help them.
Is this the wrong approach?
I say no...and maybe yes.
Today’s episode of the Fearless Launching show, I talk about three different paths you might choose depending on how new you are to business, your budget, your time frame and your experience with launching.
Hopefully, by the end you’ll know whether you’ll do it all alone, hire out completely, or take my third preferred option.