10 Quick Tips To Stay Motivated!
by BB Lee (c)2002
Lack of incentive and motivation in running a home based business
will soon lead to big time business losses. Check out the
following motivational tips to keep the “fiz in your biz!”
Adapt them to fit your unique situation.
1. Change your routine. Do you hit the keyboards at noon? Try
working early mornings or in the evening. A simple change in
routine might be all you need to stay motivated.
2. Learn something new. Learning new things will drive up
that attention meter. Now is the time to flex that learning
muscle. Have you always wanted to learn a foreign language?
How to write computer programs? Rev up those brain cells
and get busy.
3. Network. Find others in your local community or Online
who are in the same profession. Exchange ideas or simply
correspond. This will give you a fresh prospective on
4. Join a group with similar interest. Are you into party
planning sales. Join a party planning or sales group
Online. Exchange sales ideas and new marketing techniques.
Check out relevant message boards.
5. Stay current. Read all the latest news on your business.
Return to school, take workshops. Study all the latest
gadgets, widgets. Your mind will be too busy to be bored.
6. Expand your business. That’s right. If you design
websites. Why not teach others to design websites.
Expanding the business might lift you out of the
old “I’m bored” syndrome.
7. Get Techie: Learn all you can about new technology.
Stay current with the latest trends in computers, electronics.
Find ways to apply your new tech knowledge to your business.
8. Teach others/Become a mentor. Experience a new zest
for your business. Share your ideas with young eager minds.
9. Improve a skill. This is a good one! Everyday try to
improve on a work habit. Write down several things that
you would like to improve. If you type 60 words per minute,
aim for 70 words per minute. Learn how to write a marketing
plan or a new business plan.
10. Vacation-Vacation-Vacation. You read it right! Give
up (at least for a few days or even hours.) Take a short
vacation away from your business. Get out in the fresh air,
interact with real live people instead of Internet contacts.
Enjoy the outdoors! Share quality time with your family.
Afterwards, you will certainly feel like a new person and
ready to settle down and manage your homebased business
with flair, style, and of course, lots of good old motivation!
BB Lee is Editor/Publisher of SmallBizBits FREE home business
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About the Author
BB Lee is Editor/Publisher of SmallBizBits Free Home Business Newsletter And A Published Freelance Writer Whose Articles Have Appeared In Business And Family Magazines.