The thing is, motivation is temporary. It’s a fleeting feeling that you must work on continuously in order to get it to work for you. In this video, I share with you the ONE thing that you must do in order to self-motivate even when you’re not feeling it:
Many of you have worked hard to be able to work from home…to be able to be able to call all the shots, be your own boss…perhaps “retire” the daycare. However you may be struggling with feelings of loneliness and isolation.
This in turn could affect your productivity and emotional well being. So in this short video I discuss how to overcome loneliness working from home:
If you want to crush it in your business but procrastination is holding you back, it behooves you to know what type you are. Basically there are two types: one is tense and the other is relaxed. The tense procrastinator is described as feeling overwhelmed by pressures, are unrealistic about time and uncertain about goals. Tense types lack confidence and many are very perfectionistic.
So you decided to share your business opportunity with people who you know. You expected supportive and constructive responses. Instead, they nearly crush your heart with hurtful remarks like: