What do you do?
We’ve all been asked this question before. How you answer it will either encourage further conversation or create a swift exit. If you want to capture the interest of your follower, you need to start by addressing their problem.
You had your great idea and spent all your time and energy working on it. You got the ball moving, but then all the excitement started to wear off. Now you face the reality that in order to move your business forward and actually make money, it will require consistent effort. I’ve been there, that phase where the reality is not as exciting as the initial burst of energy. Here are 7 ways I have found to find some motivation to continue working on your business when you just don’t feel like it.
You know you’re supposed to be online, spreading goodness and helping other people. But, what if you don’t feel like that means starting your own business? Have you considered the possibility of helping someone else build their business? Maybe you don’t want the non-stop ideas running through your mind. Maybe you don’t want to (or can’t) invest the time and/or money to grow a business. Maybe you just don’t have the support at home. Whatever the reason, perhaps becoming a virtual assistant is the right path for you. Today I’m chatting with MY virtual assistant about what it takes to be a great VA.
Being a mompreneur can be so incredibly hard at times. Especially as Latter-day Saint moms. The guilt of wondering if spending time growing a business is damaging our relationship with our children is real! After hearing some of your comments and concerns surrounding this, I asked my own kids what they do and don’t like about my business. I think we can all learn a lot from their honest responses.