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Keep Your Business Momentum Going Strong

Keep Your Business Momentum Going Strong

What keeps your momentum alive?

For me, it’s all about keeping up with my work. I have a saying that goes like this:

Action activates your dream.

If you’re starting your own business, it can be really hard to take that first step, right? But when you do, you’re one step closer to your dreams than the person who chose to back out.

The same rule applies for long-time business owners, too.

Sometimes, it can be really hard put in more effort into learning more about your business and your customers. Or maybe you just celebrated a huge win – congrats by the way – and it’s so tempting to keep riding that wave.

So, what’s there to do now you ask?

Don’t stop learning.

Treat your business as if you were taking classes – there’s always something new to learn – and the best entrepreneurs are always ahead of the game.

But remember this: you are your own competition.

Not your friend. Not the business down the street. Not one of the big companies.

Just you.

Business is not a race but a marathon. You need to hydrate and jog sometimes.

Stop looking at the people to the side, to the left and right of you- and worry about your own pace.
Worry about your own movement.
Worry about you.
Be concerned with your own thing.

But most of all, do not quit.

P.S. Next week I’m excited to bring you one of my favorite online events, Crush Week. I’ve lined up the industry’s most brilliant minds in community building, marketing, and systems for an epic week of training and action steps… absolutely FREE. Come crush out with us and reserve your spot here.

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  • Lynne Maureen Hurdle

    Stop looking at people to the side, to the left or in front of you is such a good motivator for me. I need to move at my own pace and allow for the things that come up in my life. I am celebrating that I have kept moving regardless, even with breaks in the action. Thanks Jen.