Take the problems head-on
Entrepreneurship is daring and tasking. It is a jump that involves a lot of risks. And once in a while, a problem may surface. Rather than bypassing it, break it up into parts and fix it step by step. Are you still failing? Then try another approach or look for an experienced partner who will offer you a “mirror”. But whatever you do, don’t give up.
Surround yourself with positive people
People who complain or have a negative state of mind are everywhere, and it’s easy to get caught up in a downward spiral by these people. So try to surround yourself as much as possible with positive, ambitious, and inspiring people.
Organize your work
Making lists and setting daily goals will help you stay focused on a daily basis. When you run a business, there is often so much tension to deal with that you lose sight of the big picture. Use US President Eisenhower’s method to quickly distinguish the trivial from the essential. This will keep you focused on the right goals.
Preserve your work-life balance
As a self-employed person, the line between work and private life is very thin. Your passion becomes your job and often demands your space and time. Keep your limits in mind and give yourself time to recharge your batteries. Also, set aside enough time for your family, friends, and for your hobbies and sports activities. This free time and these distractions are extremely refreshing and absolutely essential.
The work continues to pile up and you run up against your own limits? Maybe it’s time to hire a collaborator. Are you facing a temporary spike in activity? There are solutions. Are these busy periods taking too long? Then consider recruiting a first employee.
culled from womenontopp