Today’s post is about “When Is The Perfect Time To Build A Business”?
So you found a great company to join. You’re pumped about the opportunity of making a lot of money and selling a product that you believe in. However, when the time comes to promote your business, the time is never right. Life just seems to get in the way – ALL OF THE TIME!
So, having said that…
When is the perfect time to build a business? A business that sets people free from the doldrums of their daily jobs? Well… The answer to that question is an emphatic NOW!
The real question that needs to be asked is what are you willing to give up in your social life in order to get what most will not ever have.
Making The Perfect Time For Yourself To Succeed
I’ve found that many people will agree with the statements I made above and then dismiss them because they don’t see them making any difference in their lives. However, if you take a step back and look at how you treat your time, you’ll quickly understand how much time is wasted at the TV or browsing social media. It literally only takes an hour per day of action towards your goal. Hopefully, it’s a goal that will cause you to be more profitable!
Take a look at your life. Make the necessary adjustments such as cutting your social media time down. Start by decreasing your browsing time and doing business-oriented tasks that will set you financially free. You will also need to get a blog set up so that you have a home on the internet.
So just by narrowing down time, you’ll see the answer to your question of “when is the perfect time to build a business?”
REMEMBER: Your perfect time is now not “in a while” or “I already tried that and it doesn’t (insert excuse)“.
If you promise to yourself that you will succeed and you keep that mindset for 90 straight days by doing actions towards that you will see things growing in your business which is a sign of
Why you need a blog to start your business?
If you have been in the online space for a while, you know that blogging has been one of the constants for quite a while now. If you own
One of the many things you can do with a blog is to advertise your podcast on it along with a blog post. In fact, you need a blog in order to have a podcast. Did you know that?
Claiming Your Domain – You.com
Who owns all the content that you post on social media? It’s not you. Even though promises are made in the T’s and C’s (Terms and Conditions) that you do have rights to your content.
Imagine a day when social media doesn’t exist or perhaps your favorite social media outlet decides to close its doors.
What happens to all your photos, videos and your daily, weekly, or monthly posts? Ultimately, you have no control over the data. Sure, Facebook gives you a way to download your data from them, but truly how many of us do that on a regular basis?
Here’s a video that goes over this very excuse – because that’s what it really is.
I’ve created a 4-day mini course that takes you
then comment below on what you’re going to do about it.
Will you promise yourself to be true to your goals and not only that but actually respect and carry out those promises with yourself? hint: this is part of self-respect which also relates to your confidence you have in yourself.
In the comments section below, tell me your story and let’s get a dialog going right here!
Acquiring Business Tools
Better yet, let’s get you started making some money with your self-hosted blog.
For many, starting a blog can seem like one of those things on your list.
…way down that list!
But if you set things up on your blog, you can be on your way to making the money you could previously only dream about.If you can dream it, it already exists - Jon McCaw #Quote #Mindset Click To Tweet
Lately, I’ve been researching the power of our words. It’s actually quite interesting to read of stories where people are tagged with insurmountable odds. They someone are able to get the needed change by using their thoughts and words to change their situation.
I know this is very topical but if you would like to read more about healing, and the power of our words, there’s a book that I recommend called, “You are the Placebo”.
One of the main points in this book is that we as humans are at our best when we live in the present. Living in the past is bad because it can’t be changed. Living in the future sucks because it just brings fear, pain, anxiety and the list goes on. No wonder we all decide to procrastinate (meaning to put off pain).#Procrastination is just #fear of pain bundled up as an excuse. Learn to say NO to all fear and you will go very far Click To Tweet
So if you’re serious about making a difference in your life, your families life then take action now.
Using time as a barrier to what you should be doing now can no longer be an excuse because you now know when is the perfect time to build a business?